Army & Navy: Nazi Bent

Dale Maple is a tall, quick-witted young man with a ruddy face and ready grin. Covered with scholastic honors from San Diego High at 16, he later went to Harvard. There he was bounced out of a German club for singing Nazi hymns, out of the R.O.T.C. for Nazi sympathies. The FBI looked him over, turned a fishy eye on him, but all was forgiven when Harvard-man Maple enlisted in the Army.

Private Maple was finally detailed to Colorado's Camp Hale, where some German prisoners of war were confined. As might have been expected,...

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