ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul McCue is a British military historian and author.

 

Born in Wombwell, near Barnsley, Yorkshire, Paul McCue was educated at Wath Grammar School, Yorkshire; The County Grammar School, Godalming, Surrey; and the University of Birmingham, where he graduated in International Studies. After over 40 years of public service he became Managing Director of the London-based leisure and culture company, Enable, until retirement in 2018. He is Armed Forces Advisor to the London Borough of Wandsworth, and a member of several organisations with military and historical interests, including the Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association for Greater London, Paris-based Fédération Nationale Libre Résistance, the Brookwood Last Post Association, the Gallipoli & Dardanelles International and the WW2 Escape Lines Memorial Society. He is also a Supporter of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Much of his time is now devoted to the activities of The Secret WW2 Learning Network, of which he is a Trustee. He lives in Surrey with his wife and daughter.

Fédération Nationale Libre Résistance