Clare Mulley

Clare Mulley, FRHistS, is an award-winning author and broadcaster, primarily focused on female experience during the Second World War. Books include The Woman Who Saved the Children about Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children; The Spy Who Loved on the Polish-born British special agent Krystyna Skarbek aka Christine Granville; and The Women Who Flew for Hitler, which tells the story of Nazi Germany’s only two female test pilots, one of whom tried to save Hitler’s life while the other tried to kill him. All are all under option, and have been widely translated. Clare writes for various papers, reviews for the Spectator and TLS among other journals, and has judged three history non-fiction prizes. A regular on TV, radio and pods, she has recently contributed to the BBC’s ‘Rise of the Nazis’ series, ‘Newsnight’ and ‘Songs of Praise’, as well as many series for Channel 5, Channel 4, the History Channel and Sky. Clare and is a recipient of the Bene Merito cultural honour of the Republic of Poland, and the Daily Mail Biographers Club Prize. Her new book, Agent Zo, will be published in 2024.

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