F. W. D. Deakin
F. W. D. Deakin (1913-2005) was a Special Operations Officer in the Second World War, historian (in his own right and also as principal assistant to Churchill in his six volume history of the Second World War) and college head being the first Warden of St Antony's College, Oxford. Faber Finds is reissuing three of his titles: The Brutal Friendship: Mussolini, Hitler and the Fall of Italian Fascism, The Embattled Mountain (his account of his S. O. E. experiences) and The Case of Richard Sorge which he co-wrote with G. R. Storry.
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Preface to 'The Brutal Friendship' Click Here
On Bill Deakin Click Here
The Embattled Mountain: A New Introduction Click Here
Books by F. W. D. Deakin
F. W. Deakin and G. R. Storry
Richard Sorge was a spy, a Russian spy and an extraordinarily successful one. Two quotes illustrate this.
The first is by Larry Collins, ‘Richard Sorge’s brilliant espionage work saved ...