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Lewis, Damien

Works: 128 works in 459 publications in 5 languages and 14,238 library holdings
Genres: Biography  History  Fiction  Personal narratives‡vBritish  Suspense fiction 
Roles: Author, Actor, Director, Editor, Contributor, Creator, Performer
Classifications: HT1384.K48, B
Publication Timeline
Publications about Damien Lewis
Publications by Damien Lewis
Most widely held works by Damien Lewis
Tears of the desert : a memoir of survival in Darfur by Halima Bashir( Book )
21 editions published between 2008 and 2010 in English and Dutch and held by 1,500 libraries worldwide
A Sudanese doctor describes the horrors of the civil war between black Africans and the Arab-led Sudanese government as she relates her outrage over the treatment of female prisoners, the retaliation she faced after speaking out, and her personal struggle for survival
Slave by Mende Nazer( Book )
16 editions published between 2003 and 2009 in English and Danish and held by 1,389 libraries worldwide
The author describes the years she spent as a slave to a wealthy Arab family in Khartoum and her subsequent break for freedom after she was sent to work for a diplomat in London
The dog who could fly : the incredible true story of a WWII airman and the four-legged hero who flew at his side by Damien Lewis( Book )
8 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 1,081 libraries worldwide
"An instant hit in the UK, this is the true account of a German shepherd who was adopted by the Royal Air Force during World War II, joined in flight missions, and survived everything from crash-landings to parachute bailouts--ultimately saving the life of his owner and dearest friend. In the winter of 1939 in the cold snow of no-man's-land, two loners met and began an extraordinary journey that would turn them into lifelong friends. One was an orphaned puppy, abandoned by his owners as they fled Nazi forces. The other was a different kind of lost soul--a Czech airman bound for the Royal Air Force and the country that he would come to call home. Airman Robert Bozdech stumbled across the tiny German shepherd--whom he named Ant--after being shot down on a daring mission over enemy lines. Unable to desert his charge, Robert hid Ant inside his jacket as he escaped. In the months that followed the pair would save each other's lives countless times as they flew together with Bomber Command. And though Ant was eventually grounded due to injury, he refused to abandon his duty, waiting patiently beside the runway for his master's return from every sortie, and refusing food and sleep until they were reunited. By the end of the war Robert and Ant had become Britishwar heroes, and Ant was justly awarded the Dickin Medal, the 'Animal VC.' With beautiful vintage black-and-white photos of Robert and Ant, The Dog Who Could Fly is a deeply moving story of loyalty in the face of adversity and the unshakable bond betweena man and his best friend"--
Forbidden lessons in a Kabul guesthouse : the true story of a woman who risked everything to bring hope to Afghanistan by Suraya Sadeed( Book )
8 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 833 libraries worldwide
From her first humanitarian visit to Afghanistan in 1994, Suraya Sadeed has been personally delivering relief and hope to Afghan orphans and refugees, to women and girls in inhuman situations deemed too dangerous for other aid workers or for journalists. Her memoir of these missions is as unconventional as the woman who has lived it. Born the daughter of the governor of Kabul amid beautiful gardens and peace, Suraya fled to the United States with her husband and daughter in the aftermath of the 1979 Soviet invasion. In America, she became a prosperous workaholic, but a personal tragedy led her to question the direction of her life. Now, dedicated to the education and welfare of Afghan women and children, she founded Help the Afghan Children (HTAC) to fund her efforts. Here, she shares her story of passion, courage, and love, painting a complex portrait of Afghanistan and its people that defies every stereotype and invites us all to hope.--From publisher description
Homeland : an extraordinary story of hope and survival by George Hussein Obama( Book )
4 editions published between 2010 and 2014 in English and held by 709 libraries worldwide
The remarkable memoir of George Obama, President Obama's Kenyan half brother, who found the inspiration to strive for his goal--to better the lives of his own people--in his elder brother's example. The father they shared died when George was six months old. George was a star pupil at a top boarding school, but after his mother and stepfather separated when he was fifteen, his life crashed and burned. He dropped out of school and soon gravitated to Nairobi's vast ghetto, where he discovered a special affinity with the slum kids, whom he helped survive amid grinding poverty and despair. In 2006, George met his older half brother, then-U.S. senator Barack Obama, for the first time since he was five. He was inspired by his older brother's example to try to change the lives of his people, the ghetto-dwellers, for the better.--From publisher description
Apache dawn : always outnumbered, never outgunned by Damien Lewis( Book )
7 editions published between 2008 and 2014 in English and held by 611 libraries worldwide
Presents the experiences of Flight Ugly, a British two Apache attack helicopter team that supported allied and American forces in Afghanistan in 2007, describing the heroism of the pilots, rescues of wounded soldiers, and its combat successes
Undaunted : my struggle for freedom and survival in Burma by Zoya Phan( Book )
6 editions published between 2010 and 2014 in English and held by 427 libraries worldwide
Zoya Phan escaped the Burmese army in her native jungle and a Thai refugee camp to become the spokesperson of the Free Burma movement.--Publisher description
Slave : the true story of a girl's lost childhood and her fight for survival by Mende Nazer( Book )
13 editions published between 2004 and 2008 in English and held by 393 libraries worldwide
Nuba childhood - Slavery - Freedom
War dog : the no-man's land puppy who took to the skies by Damien Lewis( Book )
7 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 361 libraries worldwide
Thrilling and moving in equal measure, 'War Dog' is a story of loyalty in the face of extraordinary adversity, and of the unshakeable bond between a man and his best friend
Little daughter : a memoir of survival in Burma and the West by Zoya Phan( Book )
14 editions published between 2009 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 352 libraries worldwide
A gripping and dramatic true story of a young Burmese girl growing up in the jungle and forced to flee from the approaching Burmese army
Tears of the desert : a memoir of survival in Darfur by Halima Bashir( Sound Recording )
12 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 346 libraries worldwide
Halima Bashir was born into the remote western deserts of Sudan. She grew up in a wonderfully rich environment and later went on to study medicine. At 24 she returned to her tribe to begin practicing as their first ever qualified doctor. However, shortly after her arrival, Janjaweed Arab militias began savagely assaulting her village
Judy : a dog in a million by Damien Lewis( Book )
4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 288 libraries worldwide
Shares the story of Judy, the first-ever animal to gain formal status as a prisoner of war, who during World War II saved countless lives and became a friend and protector to Allied soldiers in the Japanese prison camps in Indonesia
The Embassy House by Morgan Jones( Book )
2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 285 libraries worldwide
Discover what happened in Benghazi from the British soldier who saw the horror unfold. Morgan Jones recounts the September 11, 2012 attack on on Libya's American Embassy compound. Set on saving whatever American brothers-in-arms he could find, it was Jones who found the murdered US Ambassador's body and confirmed the man's vicious death
Cobra gold by Damien Lewis( Book )
6 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 270 libraries worldwide
Based on a set of real-life events, Cobra Gold tells the story of the world's biggest ever bank robbery. Beirut, 1976. An SAS Major has tasked his men with stealing terrorist documents hidden in a bank vault. But when SAS veteran Luke Kilbride presents his plan for the mission, the Major tears it to pieces. Kilbride doesn't appreciate this jumped-up officer telling him he is a fool. Neither do the men in his unit. Together, they decide to prove the Major wrong and rob the bank anyway, becoming fabulously rich in the process. But whilst the robbery goes like clockwork, the escape goes badly wrong and they are forced to hide the loot and make a spectacular getaway. Two decades later, Kilbride and his team return to recover their hidden gold. But unbeknown to them, a powerful and ruthless adversary is hell bent on finding it first
Zero six bravo : 60 special forces, 100,000 enemy, the explosive true story by Damien Lewis( Book )
10 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 252 libraries worldwide
In February 2003 60 elite operators from the SBS, with SAS and Delta Force embeds, were sent 1000km behind enemy lines to take the surrender of a 120,000-strong Iraqi army in a mission that seemed lunatic from the start. This is the untold true story of the most desperate battle fought by British and allied Special Forces trapped behind enemy lines since World War Two
Judy : the unforgettable story of the dog who went to war and became a true hero by Damien Lewis( Book )
3 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 251 libraries worldwide
"Judy, a beautiful liver and white English pointer, and the only animal POW of WWII, truly was a dog in a million. Whether she was dragging men to safety from the wreckage of a torpedoed ship, scavenging food to help feed the starving inmates of a hellish Japanese POW camp, or by her presence alone bringing inspiration and hope to men living through the 20th century's darkest days, she was cherished and adored by the British, Australian, American and other Allied servicemen who fought to survive alongside her. Viewed largely as human by those who shared her extraordinary life, Judy's uncanny ability to sense danger, matched with her quick-thinking and impossible daring saved countless lives. She was a close companion to men who became like a family to her, sharing in both the tragedies and joys they faced. It was in recognition of the extraordinary friendship and protection she offered amidst the unforgiving and savage environment of a Japanese prison camp in Indonesia that she gained her formal status as a POW. Judy's unique combination of courage, kindness and fun repaid that honour a thousand times over and her incredible story is one of the most heartwarming and inspiring tales you will ever read"--Publisher
Desert claw by Damien Lewis( Book )
10 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 246 libraries worldwide
Iraq: the present day. Terrorists have seized a Van Gogh painting worth 25 million from one of Saddam's palaces. The original owner, a Kuwaiti prince, has asked for the British government's help in retrieving it. They send in a team of hardened ex-Special Forces, led by Mick Kilbride and his sidekick, 'East End' Eddie
Operation certain death by Damien Lewis( Book )
8 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and held by 238 libraries worldwide
Homeland : an extraordinary story of hope and survival by George Hussein Obama( Sound Recording )
11 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 204 libraries worldwide
In this remarkable memoir, President Obama's Kenyan half-brother, twenty-seven-year-old George Obama, describes his unique struggles with family, tribe, inheritance, and redemption and the seminal influence his brother had on his own future
Zero six bravo : the explosive true story of how 60 special forces survived against an Iraqi army of 100,000 by Damien Lewis( Book )
4 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 189 libraries worldwide
Damien Lewis has spent twenty years reporting from conflict zones around the world. Zero Six Bravo'a Sunday Times number one bestseller'tells the story of "sixty special forces against 100,000'a feat of arms to take the breath away." (Frederick Forsythe) They were branded as cowards and accused desertion. But nothing could be further from the truth. Ten years on, the story of these sixty men can finally be told. In March 2003, M Squadron'an SBS unit with SAS embeds'was sent 1,000 kilometers behind enemy lines on a true mission impossible, to take the surrender of the 100,000-strong Iraqi Army 5th Corps, an operation so risky it earned the nickname 'Operation No Return' right out of the gate. Caught in a ferocious ambush by Saddam Hussein's Fedayeen, plus the awesome firepower of the 5th Corps' heavy armor, and with eight of their vehicles bogged in Iraqi swamps, M Squadron launched a desperate bid to escape, inflicting massive damage on their enemies. Running low on fuel and ammunition, outnumbered, and outgunned, the elite operators destroyed sensitive information and prepared for death or capture as the Iraqis closed their deadly trap. Zero Six Bravo contains previously unpublished information detailing the essential involvement of American troops in this astonishing military feat. Zero Six Bravo recounts in vivid and compelling detail the most desperate battle fought by British and allied Special Forces trapped behind enemy lines since World War Two
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Damien Lewis britischer Autor und Journalist
Damien Lewis Brits journalist
ルイス, ダミアン
English (163)
Danish (4)
German (3)
Dutch (2)
Burmese (1)
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