World War I by PolinskyL

Question 11

Henry Tandey, a British soldier, received a Distinguished Conduct Medal and a Victoria Cross for his service in the war. His biggest claim to fame, however, was for something he (supposedly - it's far from proven) had an opportunity to do, but didn't. What didn't he do? (Needless to say, never-been-in-my-kitchen type answers will not be accepted.)

Shoot Adolf Hitler