Churchill's Shadow Raiders: The Race to Develop Radar, World War II's Invisible Secret Weapon

Damien Lewis (Author)

Product Details

$27.00  $24.84
Citadel Press
Publish Date
April 28, 2020
6.3 X 9.0 X 1.5 inches | 1.35 pounds

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About the Author

Damien Lewis is an award-winning historian, war reporter, and bestselling author. He spent over two decades reporting from war, disaster, and conflict zones around the world, winning numerous awards. He has written more than a dozen books about WWII, including The Ministry for Ungentlemanly Warfare, The Dog Who Could Fly, SAS Ghost Patrol, and The Nazi Hunters. His work has been published in over forty languages, and many of his books have been made, or are being developed as feature films, TV series, or as plays for the stage.



"Intensely researched and powerfully written. One of the great untold stories of WWII."
--Bear Grylls on SAS Ghost Patrol

"You couldn't make these stories up, yet they're true, and Lewis does the memory of these extraordinary men full justice in a tale that is both heart-stopping and moving."
--Evening Standard on Hunting Hitler's Nukes

"A valuable addition to World War II history, and a harbinger of the sort of war that the United States and other countries are learning to wage in the 21st century."
--Washington Times on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

"One of the most extraordinary stories of World War II . . . a Howitzer of a tale."
--The Daily Mail on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

"An enjoyable, thought-provoking read."
--Soldier Magazine on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

"A truly astonishing story."
--Weekend Sport on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

"Takes us into into the heart of clandestine battles."
--Frederick Forsyth on Bloody Heroes

"A gripping story."
--General Sir Mike Jackson on Bloody Heroes

"Suspensful and well-written . . . vividly recounts the soldier's fatigue, stress and fear." --Kirkus Reviews on Zero Six Bravo

"Lewis presents a richly detailed and nail-biting tale. For readers who enjoy well-told history and scholars of World War II."
--Library Journal