Described as ‘a rich and unflinching oral history’, Unlikely Warriors is a comprehensive account of the Britons who volunteered to fight in the Spanish Civil War.
The book tells the story of the the ordinary British men and women who were forced to make an extraordinary choice. Drawing upon numerous memoirs, amny of them unpublished and interviews and documents held in archives in Britain, Spain, America and Russia, this book tells the story of the fight against fascism in Britain and Europe from 1932 to 1945.
Published by Aurum Press, a hardback edition is available from all good bookshops at £25.00 or less.
Due to space limitations, the book will be published with an abridged bibliography. There is a full bibliography for Unlikely Warriors here.