Tales of Hazard is the only record of some unique broadcasts organised by the BBC in the summer of 1932, under the title of the 'Hazard Series'.
Each broadcast was given by a man who had risked his life fighting for his country or was simply fighting to stay alive in the face of uneven odds.
They are extraordinary first-hand accounts of true bravery and derring-do and will prompt you to consider how ordinary and safe most of our lives have now become.
This Daredevil Books edition includes carefully selected photographs and illustrations, and we are indebted to John Blashford- Snell CBE, no stranger to danger himself, for his perceptive preface on the nature of bravery.
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