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About the Author: W.E. Johns

Invariably known as Captain W.E. Johns, William Earl Johns was born in Bengeo, Hertfordshire, England. He was the son of Richard Eastman Johns, a tailor, and Elizabeth Johns (née Earl), the daughter of a master butcher. He had a younger brother, Russell Ernest Johns, who was born on 24 October 1895.

He went to Hertford Grammar School where he was no great scholar but he did develop into a crack sh

10 thoughts on “Biggles Defies the Swastika

  1. says:

    A good Biggles story, moving along quickly with half-way plausible action: and some of it is genuinely thrilling, especially the flying.

    Early in World War Two, Biggles is doing reconnaissance in Norway when the Germans invade and he finds himself marooned in occupied territory. With some daring, he uses, without permission, a German motor cycle t

  2. says:

    Enid Blyton’s ‘Famous Five’ and ‘Billy Bunter’ were my childhood go to books while ‘Biggles’ filled my early teens, so I just couldn’t resist when I came across the audio version of “Biggles Defies the Swastika” . Good wholesome fun in which Biggles outwits a not very smart set of Gestapo officers. Those guys were so naïve and trusting that I go

  3. says:

    Not long ago I reviewed a book by John Boyne on my blog Randomly Reading called The Terrible Thing that Happened to Barnaby Brocket. This was a really good fantasy novel about a boy who floats and must be weighed down to stay on the ground. Barnaby has a dog named Capt. W.E. Johns, which caused me to laugh when I read that. There is no explanation why that is the dog's name

  4. says:

    I loved it!

  5. says:

    Action-packed from beginning to end, this gripping adventure features Biggles, his chums and his old adversary von Stalhein in occupied Norway during the Second World War. The twists, turns, devious disguises and splendid schemes come thick and fast as Biggles, Ginger and Algy evade the clutches of the Nazis again and again. One of the best Biggles stories I have ever read, which is high p

  6. says:

    B17 This book was on my shelf for many years, but somehow unread...
    Early moments of WW2, situated in Norway.
    It nicely describes the mayhem after a Nazi conquest.
    Was surprised to find members of the regular German army & officers,
    expressing their attitude towards Gestapo & Nazi's

  7. says:

    Good adventure with variety of characters

    Easy to read, thoroughly good descriptions and characters. Takes me back to school days which was a long time ago.

  8. says:

    it's a reread project

  9. says:

    Ye-e-s ... well, a bit of fun to read, but not half as good as his earlier Great War stories.

  10. says:

    After a long time off from teen fiction, I decided to re-enter the genre with none other than the ageless pilot Captain Bigglesworth's air adventures. A recent reference to the series of books in an essay by Shashi Tharoor ploughed me back and I kickstrated with Biggles defies the Swastika.
    Set in the back drop of the Nazi invasion of Scandinavia and the subsequent British resistance, the book is standard Captain W.E. John

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