A poignant tribute to some of the most remarkable men to have served in the British Armed Forces during the two World Wars, by award-winning television journalist Ross Kemp
Born in Essex in 1964, Ross Kemp worked for the BBC for ten years and ITV for four years as an actor. e then had a change of career and started making documentaries. He has subsequently been nominated for three BAFTAs for his series on Afghanistan, Gangs and Africa. He and his team won the BAFTA for Best Factual Series in 2006. He is a patron of Help for Heroes and has spent time on the front line in Afghanistan with1 Royal Anglian, 5 Scots, 16 Air Assault and 45 Commando. Ross lives in London, is a keen rugby fan and is a Patron of Help for Heroes.
"This personal tribute makes for incredible reading and the tales of adventure and patriotic sacrifice are an inspiration" * Sun *