Raymond Sandvig in 1945 in China. Sandvig flew B-25 Mitchells while serving in the 14th Army Air Force, 22nd Bomb Squad. He flew combat missions over Indo-China, Burma, and South China.
Raymond Sandvig's military identification card that would allow him access to the Nuremberg trials of Nazi doctors who experimented on live victims. Sandvig was twenty six years old when this pass was issued in 1946.
A letter of commendation, from December 26, 1946, praising Sandvig's service during the Nuremberg trials. Sandvig served as a military liaison during the doctor trials.
A letter of commendation, from December 12, 1946, praising Sandvig's service during the Nuremberg trials. Sandvig was responsible for security and setting up a way for the German people to attend the doctor trials so that they could see that proceedings were fair and just.
An artist's portrait of Raymond Sandvig from 1946. Sandvig was in Marburg, Germany, on his way to Munich.