Louis Archard lives in Gloucestershire. With a degree in medieval history, Louis has long been fascinated by history, from the Roman Empire up to the Cold War and from the United States to the Mediterranean to the Far East with a particular interest in the First and Second World Wars and the periods immediately around them. His interest in Hungary and the Hungarian Uprising was sparked by a trip to Budapest in October 2007, the fifty-first anniversary of the Uprising, where he saw the bullet holes and other damage from the fighting. His previous titles include a series of books covering the Second World War in the air year by year, a guide to the three main RAF heavy bombers of the Second World War and an image-based book on First World War fighter ace, the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen.
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