John Brason

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John Brason is a British script writer and script editor, best known for the series made in collaboration with television producer Gerard Glaister, Colditz and Secret Army, both set during World War II.

Brason was well known for his anti-communism, reflected in the later series which is one reason given for the scrapping of his final script for Secret Army, "What Did You Do During the War, Daddy?".[1]

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Novels[edit]

  • Secret Army (prequel to series one of the TV series)
  • The Secret Army Dossier (largely covers the period between series one and series two)
  • Secret Army: The End of the Line (third series)
  • Kessler
  • Howards' Way: No. 3

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