Eric Lee was born in New York City, lived most of his adult life on a kibbutz in Israel, and today lives in London.
Eric Lee was born in New York City, lived most of his adult life on a kibbutz in Israel, and today lives in London. His most recent books are Night of the Bayonets: The Texel Uprising and Hitler’s Revenge, April-May 1945 and The Experiment: Georgia’s Forgotten Revolution, 1918-21. Both concern the 20th century history of Georgia. He is also the author of two books of military history (Saigon to Jerusalem: Conversations with Israel’s Vietnam Veterans and Operation Basalt: The British Raid on Sark and Hitler’s Commando Order) and several books about the labour movement and the Internet. His next book is about the ‘Eremin Letter’ controversy. He is also the founding editor of LabourStart, the news and campaigning website of the international trade union movement.