Search - List of Books by Christopher Hale
Christopher Hale is a British writer and documentary producer.
Total Books: 5
He was educated at the University of Sussex and Slade School of Fine Art - and began his television career as a film editor. He made some apprentice films at the BBC, including a One Pair of Eyes called Nationality Uncertain - and was offered the opportunity to make a major documentary for Channel 4 called Is there Anybody There, with the psychologist Nicholas Humphrey. He has since made some series and many one off programmes, including Search for the Sons of Abraham. Hale won a Special Award from the British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS).
Hale is a contributor to Archaeological Fantasies published in 2006 by Routledge.
In 2002, Hale was commissioned by Bantam Books to write a book about an SS-sponsored expedition to Tibet. Research in archives in the UK and Germany, as well as visits to India and Tibet. led to Himmler's Crusade. Hale has featured in a Secret History for Channel 4 and ZDF.
Hale is now researching and writing Hitler's Foreign Executioners- an ambitious analysis of SS recruitment of non German police and Waffen and their part in the Nazi genocide.