Tim Tate

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TIM TATE SPEAKING AT INAUGURAL CONFERENCE ON RIGHT WING STUDIES

I’m deeply honoured to have been invited to speak at the Inaugural Conference on Right Wing Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, this weekend.

 

The conference – link here: https://crws.berkeley.edu/right-wing-studies – is a fantastic opportunity for those concerned by the history of fascism and the global growth of neo-fascism to hear academics and experts from around the world present detailed analyses of how, 80 years after the outbreak of World War Two, we are in today’s dangerous waters.

 

On Saturday afternoon I’ll be presenting a précis of my paper, Treason, Treachery and pro-Nazi activities by the British ruling classes during World War Two. It’s downloadable at the Conference’s e-scholarhsip website – link here: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/99w0p17j –   but, for ease, it’s also viewable below.

PAPER FOR CONFERENCE ON RIGHT-WING STUDIES – v.7 - FINAL

 

The research which informed this paper was undertaken for my book, published last September in the UK by Icon Books, Hitler’s British Traitors. I’m delighted to announce that a US edition, entitled Hitler’s Secret Army, will be released by Pegasus Books on July 2. The team at Pegasus have done an outstanding job on the cover (below).

 

 

So, too, has Duncan Heath and everyone at Icon Books. The hardback cover was stunning, and the paperback edition – which will be published in the UK on July 4 – is just as strong.

 

               

I’m very much looking forward to the conference this weekend. If you’re in – or can get to – Berkeley – do come along. I guarantee it will be worth your time.

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TRUE CRIME MUSEUM TALK – NOV 13 2015

Yorkshire Ripper - The Secret Murders flyer

 

I’m flattered to have been asked to speak at The True Crime Museum in Hastings about my most recent book, Yorkshire Ripper – The Secret Murders.

The book was prompted by extraordinarily diligent and painstaking research by a former police intelligence officer, Chris Clark.  Chris’ work showed quite clearly that Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, was the most likely perpetrator of 23 additional murders, as well as several more attempts.  The victims were men as well as women; and far from being an exclusively northern predator, the evidence suggests that Sutcliffe struck all over the country – from London to the Midlands as well as Yorkshire and Manchester.

These crimes have never – officially – been solved.  That has caused immense distress to some of the victims families (as well as the surviving victims).  But worse even that this, three entirely innocent men each spent half a lifetime in prison for murders which Sutcliffe almost certainly carried out. They were eventually freed – but the cases remain open.

My talk at the Crime Museum will detail these unsolved murders and attempted murders.  But it will also examine how Sutcliffe was – wrongly –  excluded as a suspect, and how a blanket of official secrecy has been thrown over these cold cases.

YORKSHIRE RIPPER – THE SECRET MURDERS

Where:  The True Crime Museum, Seafront, Hastings, TN34 1JP

When:  7pm: Friday, November 13, 2015

 

 

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Broadcast Interview

Broadcast interview with Tim about his investigation into child pornography: Channel 4 – The Paedophile Next Door.

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International Justice Mission

Tim interviewing Sean Litton of the International Justice Mission, on stage at the 2011 Not For Sale Global Conference, California.

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