Roger Boyes is a British journalist and author. He is the Berlin correspondent for The Times, covering Germany and northern Europe.
Born: Hereford 7th August 1952
Reuters correspondent in Moscow (1976–1977)
Financial Times as an East Europe specialist in 1978
Bonn correspondent of the FT 1979 – 81.
Switched to the Times and became East Europe correspondent based in Warsaw where he covered the solidarity revolution and the imposition of martial law.
Posted to Rome as a Southern Europe correspondent (1987–89)
Bonn and Berlin correspondent 1993- 2010.
- Meltdown Iceland: How the Global Financial Crisis Bankrupted Iceland, the Happiest State in the World (2009)
- A Year in the Scheisse: Getting to Know the Germans (2008)
- How to be a Kraut (2007)
- My Dear Krauts (2006)
- The Naked President: Political Life of Lech Walesa (1994)
Works as Co-Author
- Seduced by Hitler (2007)
- Is it easier to be a Turk in Berlin or a Pakistani in Bradford? (2004)
- Sezon na Europe (2003)
- Surviving Hitler: Corruption and Compromise in the Third Reich (2000)
- The Priest and the Policeman: The Courageous Life and Cruel Murder of Father Jerzy Popieluszko (1987)
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