Shadow Knights: The Secret War Against Hitler by Gary KamiyaPulp History brings to life extraordinary feats of bravery, violence, and redemption that history has forgotten. These stories are so dramatic and thrilling they have to be true.
In SHADOW KNIGHTS, everyday men and women risk their lives on top-secret missions to sabotage Adolf Hitlerâ€™s Third Reich.
Hell-bent on conquering Europe, Hitler had just set his sights on England when Winston Churchill reached into his bag of tricks and invented a secret spy network of ordinary citizens. These schoolteachers, housewives, prostitutes, and farmers abandoned their former lives, trained in covert black ops, and set Europe ablaze. Parachuting into Nazi territory under the cover of night, they destroyed factories, armed resistance networks, and turned Hitlerâ€™s juggernaut on its head.
Soham Murders: Holly Wells & Jessica Chapman - Eleena Jane
Parents of murdered Soham schoolgirl: 'Holly would be an aunt now'
By Victoria Ward. Kevin Wells disclosed that the murder of his ten-year-old daughter and her friend Jessica Chapman by their school care taker, Ian Huntley, had tested his marriage to the limit. I chose to believe in the future, a future that I could craft from the life we once had. Really, all I wanted was for us to be the ones who'd make it out the other side. Soham murders: Ian Huntley refuses to apologise ten years. Manhunt launched for gunman after off-duty policeman shot dead.
Holly and best friend Jessica Chapman, both aged 10, were murdered by school caretaker Ian Huntley in The couple are expecting their second child in June - two months before the 13th anniversary of Holly's murder. Kevin, 51, revealed the news as he announced he will trek along the Great Wall of China for bereavement charity Grief Encounter. In a rare interview Kevin and wife Nicola, 48, said: "After losing Holly we both witnessed and experienced the effects that bereavement and the grieving process can have on your life. Holly and Jessica vanished after leaving a family barbecue at Holly's home in Soham, Cambs, in August Their bodies were found nearly a fortnight later, around 14 miles away in a ditch near Lakenheath, Suffolk. Mr Wells, who runs a window cleaning business, agreed to become the founding patron of the Grief Encounter charity in
Saturday 21 September UK News feed. By Donna Bowater. In his first interview to mark the 10th anniversary of her death, Mr Wells, 22, said he thought about her frequently. It's strange being three of us, when there used to be a fourth. Soham murders: parents finally able to move back home. Soham murders: Ian Huntley refuses to apologise ten years. Father: I am no longer haunted by photo of Holly and Jessica.
The bodies of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman were set on fire after they were laid side by side in a ditch, the Old Bailey heard today. Photographs shown on giant screens around the courtroom showed leaves, branches, banks and undergrowth all scorched by the ferocity of the flames. The bodies of the year-olds were found near the Lakenheath air base in Suffolk, 13 miles from Soham, nearly a fortnight after they disappeared from Soham. A pathologist said it was not possible to "exclude sexual assault" on the girls because of the degree of decomposition of the bodies, Richard Latham, QC, told the court. The area surrounding the site was taped off but Mr Latham prosecuting, repeatedly reassured the seven women five man jury they would nto be forced to look at pictures of the bodies themselves. The grave site had been deliberately chosen by Ian Huntley, 29, because it was so remote and the bottom of the ditch could not be seen from the track through the woods, the court heard.