Untold escapes from the Second World War

Stories of SAS rescues and escapes during the Second World War, including an operation across the Sahara desert are the focus of the latest book by the bestselling author and historian Damien Lewis.

As part of his SAS series, Lewis focuses on seven missions in his latest work, including Operation Colossus – Britain’s first ever airborne raid which took place in February 1941.

Damien has been speaking to London Live News about the process of gathering the information, and the elite soldiers that played a vital role in the fight against German forces during the conflict.




Tanya Francis 26th May 2021


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