Belgian SS volunteer Henri Phillipet, who served in the SS Wallonien.
The title means 'And put on your dancing dress/ball robe', which were the words from a period song describing what girlfriends of SS soldiers were to do in case they found out their lover had been KIA.
Two volumes starting with Henri Phillipet's volunteering for the unit early in the war, and it ends when he is liberated from captivity.
Henri Phillipet explains a bit of the reasoning behind why he and other Belgians joined, describes the training, and then he is off to Russia, first southern Russia, then Tchekassy, then Estonia in 1944, with a bunch of other stuff going on in between. He ends the war in the SS officers training school at Bad Tolz. He manages to evade capture for a while, but ends up in a Belgian prison.
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