The Dutch Caper

The Dutch Caper The First in the acclaimed Cormack and Woodward series On May while World War II raged in Europe a German Ju night fighter landed at Dyce Airfield Aberdeen Scotland equipped with the ne

  • Title: The Dutch Caper
  • Author: James Baddock
  • ISBN: 9781782346128
  • Page: 284
  • Format: ebook
  • The First in the acclaimed Cormack and Woodward series On May 9, 1943, while World War II raged in Europe, a German Ju88 night fighter landed at Dyce Airfield, Aberdeen, Scotland, equipped with the new FuG202 Liechtenstein airborne radar The authorities have never disclosed the story of where this plane came from and how it reached the UK Originally published as The RadThe First in the acclaimed Cormack and Woodward series On May 9, 1943, while World War II raged in Europe, a German Ju88 night fighter landed at Dyce Airfield, Aberdeen, Scotland, equipped with the new FuG202 Liechtenstein airborne radar The authorities have never disclosed the story of where this plane came from and how it reached the UK Originally published as The Radar Job in the UK, The Dutch Caper weaves fact and fiction into a gripping story of what might have happened British losses of aircraft and men were mounting at such an alarming rate, because of the new German radar, that the order came down that at all costs the RAF had to get its hands on one and study it if they were to maintain their hard won victory during the Battle of Britain So two men, Royal Marine Commando Captain Alan Cormack, and Flight Lieutenant Tony Woodward, are sent to Nazi occupied Holland to work with the Dutch Resistance Their mission To steal one of the German night fighters with the new ra

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    1. World War II historical fiction appeals to me because the War was a significant event in the lives of my parents. Alan Cormack, an " average" working class man from London with a talent for languages, is introduced. Cormack is asked to lead an undercover mission to Holland. He meets members of the Dutch Resistance. There are also several German characters, many of whom are portrayed as arrogant, and one well developed German character who is easy to like. I look forward to reading other books in [...]

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