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There is no direct evidence that the Japanese Army executed Amelia Earhart. Earhart was a popular figure in Japan, and her disappearance occurred 4 years before WW2. There are many competing theories as to her disappearance. The one thing they all have in common is there is no DNA or physical evidence that any of them are true.

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The reason that Noonan and Earhart disappeared is not known. Earhart disappeared on July 2, 1937.


Fred Noonan was with Amelia Earhart when she disappeared.


Amelia Earhart worked with Fred Noonan.


When Noonan and Earhart disappeared, they had almost no gas in the plane. It is likely that they went down in the water and did not survive the crash.


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No, Fred Noonan was not married to Amelia.He was her navigator for the final flight.



yes she was with her navigator, Fred Noonan


When she was on her final flight her navigator was Fred Noonan.


to help Amelia Earhart navigate her way around the world


She took Fred Noonan. He also disappeared with her.



She was with her navigator Fred Noonan on the final flight.



Amelia Earhart ran out of fuel and she and her navigator Fred Noonan, died in a ultimate crash toward the ocean.



No, there has been no found report of her body or her navigator Fred Noonan.



No, just her navigator, Fred Noonan.


On the fatal final flight she was with famous navigator Fred Noonan.


No, neither she nor Fred Noonan, her navigator, were ever found.


The conclusion is that Amelia and her navigator Fred Noonan were lost at sea.



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