Richard Freeman

Richard Freeman

Richard Freeman writes books on naval history and the people who made that history. Amazon readers have greeted his style with phrases such as ‘Freeman makes military history interesting’ ... ‘Freeman’s accounts are so engaging’ ... ‘The excellent writing skills of Richard Freeman’ ... ‘Freeman is a master of scene setting’. His books regularly receive praise for combining accurate research with a compelling narrative: The Great Edwardian Naval Feud: ‘Best book on the subject’ … ‘Hard to put down’ Admiral Insubordinate: ‘Intensively professionally researched’ … ‘Freeman is brilliant’ ‘Unsinkable’: Churchill & the First World War: ‘A wonderful addition to anyone’s collection of books about Winston Churchill’ … ‘A must read for anyone interested in Churchill’ Coral Sea: ‘Well written and delight to follow the action’ … ‘A very good book on a crucial battle of WWII’ … ‘A true WWII “eye opener” to the importance the Coral Sea’ Midway: ‘Should be compulsory reading for younger generations’ … ‘His analysis is excellent, bringing out extraordinarily well the key facts about the battle’ Dardanelles: ‘A powerful, intense, almost day-by-day description of one of the most famous and bloody campaigns of The Great War. Highly recommended.’
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