Will Iredale

Will Iredale

Will Iredale joined The Sunday Times in 1999, working first on the foreign news desk and subsequently the home news desk, where as a staff reporter he specialised in general news and undercover investigations. He is currently a media consultant and lives in London with his wife and daughter. His first book, The Kamikaze Hunters, was a Sunday Times bestseller. His second book, The Pathfinders, is about the coastal forces in World War Two.

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  1. 33. THE PATHFINDERS: THE ELITE RAF FORCE THAT TURNED THE TIDE OF WWII
    33. THE PATHFINDERS: THE ELITE RAF FORCE THAT TURNED THE TIDE OF WWII

    The Pathfinders were ordinary men and women from a range of nations who revolutionised the efficiency of the Allies’ air campaign over mainland Europe. They elevated RAF's Bomber Command from an impotent force on the cusp of disintegration in 1942, to one capable of razing whole German cities to the ground in a single night. Will Iredale, author of the award-winning book The Pathfinders, will be in conversation with acclaimed aviation historian Paul Beaver.

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