Dr Martin D. Brown, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of International History at Richmond, has recently had a two part interview posted on the ‘Historyweb’ website about the British and American Special Forces’ involvement in the Slovak National Uprising of 1944, as part of a research project partly funded by the British Embassy in Bratislava:
The articles follow a television interview with Dr Brown which focused on, ‘The Slovak National Uprising and British participation in it’, conducted in September by Radio and Television of Slovakia (RTVS), a nationwide public broadcasting, state-funded organisation with its headquarters in Bratislava, Slovakia.
A link to the TV interview can be found here: – at 21:55”
His earlier article on the subject, in English, can be found here: THE S.O.E. AND THE FAILURE OF THE SLOVAK NATIONAL UPRISING, History Today, 00182753, Dec2004, Vol. 54, Issue 12