Very few men have a more exciting and dramatic story of their
wartime activities to tell than Patrick Dalzel-Job. In 1940 using
his special knowledge of North Norway's coast line he landed and
moved over 10,000 Allied soldiers in local boats without the loss
of a single life. Acting against specific orders he evacuated
civilians from Narvik just before it was bombed - only the King of
Norway's intervention halted his court martial. Thereafter his many
adventures included spying on enemy shipping and operating behind
the lines in France and Germany with Ian Fleming's special force
unit '30AU'. As soon as he could, he returned to Norway to seek out
the girl he had fallen in love with in 1940. After surviving more
hazards, they were re-united, married and lived together in
Scotland until her death.
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