Will Iredale joined The Sunday Times in 1999, working first on foreign affairs and subsequently the home news section, where as a staff reporter he specialized in domestic news and undercover investigations. He currently advises some of Britain's leading businesses and brands on their profile in the media. His extraordinary story of the young British airmen who fought the Japanese suicide pilots, The Kamikaze Hunters, was a Sunday Times top ten bestseller. He lives in London with his wife.
Will Iredale’s book The Kamikaze Hunters tells the extraordinary story of the young British airmen who fought the Japanese suicide pilots in World War Two. In May 1945, with victory in Europe established, the war was all but over. But on the other side of the world, the Allies were still en...
Kate Wathall from ForcesTV interviews veterans who fought in Japan during World War Two at the launch of Will Iredale's book The Kamikaze Hunters.
This is truly lovely — a proper Valentine's Day story among the dross and drivel in most of the papers today. https://t.co/G5l7ngvpqt
by @WIredale - 7 days ago
@sarah_mcvittie @dressipi @donnanorth @everywomanUK Congratulations!
by @WIredale - 11 days ago
3/3 And with squadrons due to deploy to the new Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier the FAA has a very bright future indeed.
by @WIredale - 16 days ago
2/3 Just as inspiring was meeting the naval aviators of today and hearing their considerable contribution in operations around the world
1/3 Great honour to be a guest @RNASCuldrose on Thursday night commemorating the Palembang raids in 1945 — the biggest FAA ops of WW2
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