Peter Caddick-Adams in is one of the leading military historians of his generation and is often compared to James Holland, John Keegan, Anthony Beevor and Max Hastings. In this, his third book, he reviews one of the great final engagements of WW2- The Battle of the Bulge.
Peter Caddick-Adams is a writer and broadcaster who specialises in military history, defence and security issues. He previously lectured in Military and Security Studies at the UK Defence Academy for twenty years, and in Air Power for the Royal Air Force. A Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Geographical Society, he also spent thirty five years as an officer in the UK Regular and Reserve Forces, and has extensive experience of various war zones, including the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan. He was educated at Shrewsbury School, Sandhurst and Wolverhampton University, where he gained First Class Honours in War Studies; he received his PhD from Cranfield University. His previous works include Monty and Rommel- Parallel Lives (2011), Monte Cassino- Ten Armies in Hell (2012), and Snow and Steel- The Battle of the Bulge 1944-45 (2014).