Dr. Helen Fry is a highly accomplished author and historian, with a particular interest in the 10,000 Germans and Austrians who fought for Britain during World War II. She is an expert in the 'Secret Listeners' and has extensive knowledge in 20th century spies and espionage.
In addition to her extensive work, Helen also provides consultancy services to TV and documentary companies, acting as a historical consultant for location filming of WWII scenes for major channels such as the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4.
Helen is also involved in a range of wider historical projects, including curriculum development for schools and educational programs related to WWI, WWII, and the Cold War.
She is a passionate advocate and official ambassador for the National Centre for Military Intelligence (NCMI); a new national museum that shares the secrets of the country's military intelligence, and serves as a trustee of the Medmenham Collection.
Helen is also an honorary member of The Association of Jewish Refugees.
Her latest book on 'Women in Intelligence' and their roles throughout WWI and WWII was published in September 2023 and is a Waterstones Best Book of 2023 in Military History.