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DALDERUP, Leo and John MURDOCH. The Other Side. The Story of Leo Dalderup as told to John Murdoch. (London) : Hodder and Stoughton, (1957). Pp (8),9-255,(1). Sm 8vo (pocketbook), illustrated wrappers. “This is the astonishing, almost incredible, true story of a young Dutchman who joined the Nazi army because he preferred Germany to Russia. He was captured by the Americans and taken to a prisoner-of-war camp in Cheshire. He escaped to Ireland, buteventually, fearing discovery – for the authorities were hot on his trail – he forged a birth certificate and joined the R.A.F., the last place in which the police would be likely to look for an escaped prisoner. After nearly three years in the R.A.F. When he feared that his recommendation for a commission would unmask his sham, Dalderup deserted to Ireland and then sent the R.A.F. A full confession of what he had done.” - from the rear cover. Edges rubbed, front cover creased, else very good. 30.00
Title: Other Side. The Story of Leo Dalderup as told to John Murdoch.
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1957,:
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