About Keith Lowe
Keith Lowe was born in 1970 and studied English at Manchester University. After twelve years as a history publisher, he embarked on a full-time career as a writer and historian, and is now recognised on both sides of the Atlantic as an authority on the Second World War and its aftermath.
He is the author of the critically acclaimed Inferno: The Devastation of Hamburg, 1943 and the Sunday Times top ten bestseller Savage Continent, which is currently being translated into eight languages. He has also written two novels, the first of which (Tunnel Vision) was short-listed for the Author’s Club First Novel Prize. He lives in north London with his wife and two children.
To listen to a podcast of Keith Lowe talking about conditions in postwar Germany, created by History Today magazine,
To watch a video of Keith Lowe talking about his book Savage Continent,
To watch a video of Keith Lowe in a PBS documentary about Second World War bombing,