The incredible adventures of Roy Lenahan. A hero of WW1 and WW2, he defended the cities of Bergen, Yypres and Rotterdam. Traveling in his convertible air ship, he aided various resistance groups. In an incredible voyage, in 1916, he sailed to Dublin in an anti cyclone, to take part in the War of Independence. His involvement at the general post office was instrumental for the founding of the Irish Republic. His early experience in the Irish Peace Scheme helped to mould his tactical genius. He helped in the defense of Barcelona and fought alongside George Orwell. He was a visionary, warrior and tactical master, it has been noted by several historians that his involvement in these struggles against oppression helped shape modern Europe. This small selection of sketches imagines some of his bold and daring forays in war-time Europe.

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