is a military historian specialising in the work of
the Corps of Royal Engineers and its predecessor Corps.
He served in the Corps of Royal Engineers from 1963 until 1970.
His interest in military history was sparked by one of his GCE English
Literature examination texts: Winston Churchill: My Early Life.
On joining the Junior Leaders Regiment Royal Engineers
he was immersed in the history of the Corps.
On completion of his regular service engagement he joined the National Health Service
taking early retirement from a senior management position in 1995.
He then established his own business as a computer specialist working from his home.
He is now working solely on researching, writing and speaking about military history.
Martin is Chairman of the Friends of the Royal Engineers Museum, and
on the committees of the Royal Engineers Museum
and the Royal Engineers Historical Society.
He is a Member of the Institution of Royal Engineers, a Companion of the
Institute of Healthcare Management, a Member of the Chartered Institute
of Purchasing and Supply, a Member of the Chartered Management Institute
and various military history associations.
He is a regular visitor to the Western Front and the Normandy beaches,
he has also visited the major Peninsular War battlefield sites.
He is actively involved with the Royal British Legion and ABF: The Soldiers’ Charity.
In addition to writing for journals he gives illustrated talks on
various topics details of which can be found on the next page.
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Based near Sevenoaks, Kent UK