Clare is chair of the judges for the Historical Writers Association Non-Fiction Crown 2021
Alongside Luke Pepera, Dan Jones, Jessie Childs and Jagjeet Lally.
2 March 2021
Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, The Spy Who Loved, receives an English Heritage Blue Plaque as her post-war London home, 1 Lexham Gardens Hotel, South Kensington, London.
2 February 2021
Italy becomes 6th country to publish The Spy Who Loved
Clare helps launch the Italian edition of The Spy Who Loved; ‘La Spia Che Amava’.
20 July 2020
Mouse enjoys reading Clare Mulley’s books on women in war!
Good to see that even a mouse can get lost in stamp-sized editions of my books!
18 July 2020
Dermot Turing given Polish honour
The Republic of Poland today awarded Dermot Turing, nephew of the Second World War cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the Knight Cross of the Order of Merit, for his work on the history of the Polish eniga breakers, led by Marian Rejewski, on which his uncle built at Bletchley Park.
5 July 2020
La Mujer Que Salvaba a Los Niños
Save the Children hosts the launch of The Spanish edition of The Woman Who Saved the Children
20 February 2020
Joely Richardson narrates the audiobook of The Woman Who Saved the Children
What a laugh narrating the preface to The Woman Who Saved the Children before Joely Richardson got stuck in with the main recording!
9 October 2019
Andante Travel / Historical Trips
Clare leads her fourth historical trip. Follow in the footsteps on SOE agents Krystyna Skarbek/Christine Granville, Noor Inayat Khan, Eileen Nearne, Lilian Rolfe and Pearl Witherington in London, Paris and rural France.
20 September 2019
Krystyna Skarbek aka Christine Granville, The Spy Who Loved, gets one step closer to receiving an English Heritage Blue Plaque after Clare’s campaign is supported by the Sunday Times.
18 August 2019
History on Newsnight with Kirsty Wark
As Russia asks the west to reconsider how Second World War history is remembered, I talk about how history is always being re-presented and each nation has its own version of the past to tell.
16 June 2019