‘Renegades’ is the standard and authoritative account of the small numbers of Britons who actively collaborated with the Third Reich during the Second World War. Written and researched entirely from primary sources, it charts the careers of well known traitors like William Joyce, alias Lord Haw-Haw, as well as lesser known individuals and groups, including the only complete history of the British Free Corps; the small British unit of the Waffen-SS. Originally published in 1994, a new updated edition was published in 2001 based on recent releases of new intelligence documents.
Adrian Weale was born in London in 1964 and educated at the Latymer Upper School, York University and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He served for several years as a military intelligence officer in the regular Army, before leaving to pursue a career as a writer and historian.
Since then he has written eight non-fiction books under his own name, and ghost written several more, primarily for former Special Forces personnel.
In addition, he has written widely for the UK national press and is a regular broadcaster on BBC TV and radio, specialising in military and intelligence related ...
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