Dr Ajit Mann and Mr Paul Cobaugh explain Narrative Warfare and discuss some of the security issues associated with this often misunderstood form of warfare.
Month: Jul 2020
Film footage – USAAF Fighters escorting B17 Bombers over Germany 1943
Film made by USAAF showing airfields in England preparing for bombing raid on Germany. Part 2 American fighter escorts (P-47’s and P-38’s) and B17 Flying Fortresses’s battling German fighters and flying through heavy air defences.
Modern Day Minutemen and Women: or how to save the 2020 election Kindle Edition
Another informative publication the contents of which are important anytime but especially now! By Paul Cobaugh
In the wake of foreign interference in the 2016 election, America’s 2020 election is still under assault by foreign enemies. This book, a first of its kind walks readers through Russian Narrative Warfare, why it worked and why we must mobilize true patriots in order to protect our birthright of free and fair 2020 elections. Influence operations are one of the single most effective weapons against the US and one in which we are grossly unprepared.
Now it can be told: School for Danger (public information film)
The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was an ultra-secret branch of the British military and this public information film released in 1947, one-year after the executive was disbanded, is one of the first public acknowledgements of SOE’s existence during the war.
Every member of the cast were former members of SOE’s French Section, hence the poor acting, and each scene was based on actual events during the war.
Those familiar with this Section will recognise the two main characters: Harry Ree and Jaqueline Nearne whose sister Eileen also served with SOE and escaped from Ravensbruck Concentration camp.
War Memories of John Mellor, RAF Bomber Command
Through a chance encounter I came across 95-year-old John Mellor a veteran of RAF Bomber Command during WW2 who has just self-published his memoirs. John is one of the few who survived the bombing sorties and described himself as “one of the lucky.”
Over 76 years later few who served during WW2 remain alive and I believe John’s recollection of his war service is of major historical importance, and after receiving the following message from John I decided to do whatever I could to promote his war memoir ‘The Boy with one shoe’.
“Thank you, Alan all proceeds go to the RAF Benevolent Fund, but for my sake I want this book to be read so that the sacrifice my friends made will not be forgotten or misunderstood.”
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