“Billie’s folks and I decided to accept that he was back in the United States. We were trusting that he was in an emergency clinic some place, and perhaps simply didn’t have the foggiest idea what his identity was or had lost his memory. We had known about cases that way.”
Was this the case? Did Billie lose his memory?
Time to Play Hardball
Next, Peggy reached Congressman Ed Gossett of Washington D.C., who, once reached by Peggy, sent the request to the International Red Cross Headquarters in Switzerland.
And keeping in mind that the entirety of the military’s muddled missteps up until this point could at last be credited to the outcomes of a turbulent time ever, there is just no real way to understand the bogus reports uncovered because of the Congressman’s request.
As indicated by the International Red Cross, Lt. Harris at first was said to be lost without a trace, at that point executed in real life, at that point once more long gone (after, obviously, becoming alive once again).
What’s more, in addition, Lt. Harris was likewise said to have been covered at a few unique graveyards before it was affirmed that Billie Harris’ remaining parts were rarely found.
One basically can’t start to envision the rollercoaster of feelings that Peggy more likely than not experienced starting with one minute then onto the next while battling her own one of a kind war for the sake of her genuine romance’s memory.
Be that as it may, at last, after some classic’ examining, Peggy in the long run came to discover that Billie had stayed away forever back to his base after his last planned strategic, was over Nazi-involved Northern France, around July 17, 1944.
While this absolutely wasn’t the news Peggy was seeking after, she at long last had a solid snippet of data with respect to Billie’s vanishing.
Keeping the Light On
The war finished in May of 1945 and as loved ones were brought together with their friends and family, Peggy kept on sitting tight for Billie to get back.