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One Allied Sailor by Carol Ann Lindsay
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One Allied Sailor

by Carol Ann Lindsay

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In this book, which reads like a novel, Dirk Baatenburg de Jong, a Dutch Merchant Marine, is involved with a war he never signed up for after the Nazis invaded his native country, The Netherlands. After being part of the Battle of the Atlantic, fighting in the Mediterranean and Pacific Theatres, Dirk settled in the United States where he confronted another, more insidious threat, a corrupt labor union that threatened the life of his family. This is a must read for anyone interested in history, human survival, love, and unknown heroes.

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