A thrilling World War II story that breaks new ground

Weakening the Nazis’ Gothic Line from behind

Churchill’s Hellraisers: The Secret WWII Mission to Storm a Forbidden Nazi Fortress by Damien Lewis (2020) 291 pages ★★★★☆

World War II Italian partisans.

Two extraordinary members of the British special forces

Michael Lees

Roy Farran

British special forces soldiers in World War II. Image: British Army Museum

Perspective on unfamiliar aspects of the war

The role of propaganda

Betrayal of the Italian partisans

Multinational character of the fighting forces

Churchill’s Hellraisers doesn’t read like a thriller

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