Adrian Weale

Adrian Weale

Adrian Weale (born 9 February 1964 in Knightsbridge, London) is an English writer, journalist, illustrator and photographer of Welsh origin. He was educated at the Latymer Upper School, University of York and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Prior to becoming a professional author, he served as an officer in the British Army Intelligence Corps.

One of his books, "Renegades: Hitler's Englishmen" gives a detailed account of British traitors and collaborators during World War II, including William Joyce, John Amery and the British Free Corps

Weale is a founder member of the British Armed Forces Federation (BAFF).

He is the author of:

*'Fighting Fit: The SAS Fitness Guide' (1993) (ISBN 0-7528-0589-4)
*'Renegades: Hitler's Englishmen' (1994) (ISBN 0-297-81488-5)
*'Eyewitness: Hiroshima' (1995) (ISBN 1-85487-392-X)
*'Green-Eyed Boys: 3 Para and the Battle for Mount Longdon' (1996) (ISBN 0-00-255590-5)

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