Dr Luke Daly-Groves, Historian & Author

“I’m an award-winning Historian, Author and Lecturer. I find all history fascinating, from Ancient Rome to Nazi Germany and beyond. I enjoy travelling to visit historical sites throughout the world. I like to read, write and publish widely. So far, I’ve written about Rome (ancient and modern), Napoleon, Adolf Hitler and secret intelligence. On television, I’ve talked about Malta, the CIA, Mussolini and the Nazis. I’m most well-known for writing my critically acclaimed book ‘Hitler’s Death: The Case Against Conspiracy’ but I have also published about Napoleon, secret intelligence, post-war Germany and Ancient Rome. I regularly write for popular magazines and appear on podcasts. I often lecture in public and at multiple universities. I have won several prizes for my history work and been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.”