Graham A. Thomas is a historian and editor of British Army Review, the British Army’s journal of military thought. He is a military historian specializing in aerial warfare, land-based twentieth-century campaigns and British naval and maritime history in the eighteenth century. His most recent publications include The Man with No Face and Other Strange Terrifying Tales, The Buccaneer King: The Story of Captain Henry Morgan, Operation Big Ben: The Anti-V2 Spitfire Missions, Pirate Killers, The Royal Navy and the African Pirates and Terror from the Sky: The Battle against the Flying Bombs.
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