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Triumph or disaster? After Daybreak brilliantly investigates the emergency operation following the British liberation of Belsen.
Ben Shephard was born in 1948 and read History at Oxford University. He was a producer on the television series The World at War and The Nuclear Age and has made numerous historical and scientific documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four. He is the author of the critically acclaimed A War of Nerves- Soldiers and Psychiatrists 1914-1994 (published by Cape and Pimlico). He lives in Bristol.
"In his excellent and lucid account, Shephard fully makes his case that the aftermath of the liberation of Belsen was an episode in which the British can take pride...a powerful and dramatic narrative" -- Frank McLynn Independent "A solidly researched, scrupulously balanced and sensitive account of the liberation that will serve as a fitting tribute and a guide to future generations about how best to remember Belsen" -- David Cesarini Guardian "A moving story" Times Literary Supplement "Contributors to the ever-growing opus of Holocaust historiography have been accused by some of creating an industry. However, Shephard's contribution is not superfluous and he negotiates his harrowing material surefootedly" -- Katrina Goldstone Irish Times