’Brings history to life’ Guardian
Edward Enderby has never spoken about being an RAF fighter pilot. But fifty years after the greatest conflict the world has ever seen, he must finally confront the memories he has tried so hard to forget.
From the bright skies over England in 1941, through the dark days of the Siege of Malta, to a bitter partisan struggle in Italy, his takes a momentous journey that will change him forever.
And despite the damage the war has wrought, Edward has one last chance to save himself from his past…
He has presented – and written – a large number of television programmes and series, including the film Normandy 44 for the BBC, and is a mainstay of the internationally successful Nazi Megastrucutres. He has scripted and is producing a feature film of his novel, A Pair of Silver Wings.
He is also Chair of the Chalke Valley History Festival, a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and a Research Fellow at Swansea University. He can be found on Twitter as @James1940.
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