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Stephen Bungay
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'The most exhaustive and detailed account of the Battle of Britain that has yet appeared'- ; - --Times Lietrary Supplement

'A fascinating case history in illusion and reality. He dispels the myths and kills the cliches... Admirable' --Godfrey Smith, Sunday Times

From the Publisher

A compelling read for the military scholar and general reader alike, this is a classic of military history. Stephen Bungay's magisterial account of the Battle of Britain questions the truth behind the myths and his investigation affords some surprising revelations about the battle for the skies. `The Most Dangerous Enemy' provides a comprehensive and thoughtful insight into one of the most important events in our country's past.

About the Author

Stephen Bungay was born in Kent in 1954 and educated at Oxford and Tübingen. He has spent his career working for the Boston Consulting Group in London and Munich as a chief executive in an insurance company. He is now working in executive education, specialising in military history and modern management practice. His first book, The Most Dangerous Enemy: A History of the Battle of Britain, published by Aurum in 2001 has now become accepted as the definitive book on the subject. His subsequent book, Alamein, also published by Aurum, was praised by Lawrence James in the Daily Mail as ‘a brilliant balance between lucid analysis and piquant detail’, and by John Lukacs in the Los Angeles Times as ‘terse and brilliantly written by a thorough master of his subject’. He regularly appears on TV documentaries about the Second World War. He lives in Kent.
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