Drawing on hundreds of declassified files, author of "Hitler's Forgotten Children" Tim Tate uncovers the history of the seventy British traitors convicted of assisting the German war effort, with these convictions often occurring in secret trials. Exposes the extent of how aristocratic Nazi sympathisers were protected compared with working class fifth columnists.
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Tim Tate is an award-winning documentary
film-maker, investigative journalist and author of numerous books of
non-fiction, including the best-selling Slave
Girl (John Blake, 2009) and Hitler's
Forgotten Children (Elliott & Thompson, 2015) telling the story of the
largely-secret Nazi Lebensborn programme through the life of one of its
victims. He lives in Wiltshire.
'The extent to which the British far right supported Hitler, even after the outbreak of the second world war, has largely been suppressed. Now Tim Tate's absorbing study offers a bracing reappraisal of their sympathies. ... Tate reveals the widespread existence of a fifth column in Britain, using hitherto unseen archival material.' * The Observer * 'Tim Tate, in Hitler's British Traitors, [explores] the entire grimy landscape of British treachery during the Second World War and the astonishing rogues' gallery of traitors working to help Nazi Germany win. [He makes] excellent use of the vast trove of material declassified by MI5 in recent years.' -- Ben Macintyre * The Times * 'Fascinating' * The Observer * '[A] fascinating, shocking and -- given our times -- slightly worrying read' * Sunday Sport *
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