ABOUT THE 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, in 2015 until his retirement in 2018. He was Armed Forces Advisor to the London Borough of Wandsworth for many years, and is a member of several organisations with military and historical interests, including the Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association for Greater London, 56 Div (City of London Signals) OCA, 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 and a Civilian Instructor with the Air Training Corps of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. 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