Rudi Harold Cormane was born on April 7, 1925 in Bandung, Indonesia, at that time the Dutch East Indies, to a plantation manager and his wife. His school education partly took place during wartime. When the Second World War reached the Dutch East Indies in 1942, he was imprisoned in one of the Japanese camps, where he received schooling from the older prisoners. Despite this unconventional education, it was possible for him to gain a coveted place at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands after the war [PE].
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