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Enigma Communications mounts exhibition about Tamworth WWII hero Colin Grazier

Phil Shanahan holding his book, The Real Enigma Heroes, with Carol Bridges, cousin of Colin Grazier, at exhibition.

Enigma Communications’ managing editor Phil Shanahan has been manning an exhibition and signing copies of his book about Tamworth WWII hero Colin Grazier who helped shorten the conflict.

Touching tribute to war hero at Lichfield hotel talk

Phil Shanahan, author of The Real Enigma Heroes, pictured with Tim Wadsworth president of Lichfield St Chad Rotary Club and Keith Eagland group’s speakers secretary.

A spontaneous and moving tribute was paid to three WW2 heroes following a talk at the George Hotel in Lichfield given by Enigma Communications’ managing director Phil Shanahan.

Early Day Motion in Parliament commemorates sacrifice of Enigma war heroes at centre of campaign

Phil Shanahan pictured at new interpretation panel erected at memorial to Enigma heroes, with David Hunter, senior regeneration officer at Tamworth Borough Council, and Tamworth councillor Steven Claymore.

Three war heroes Enigma Communications managing director Phil Shanahan campaigned to bring to public attention have now been recognised in Parliament.

New ebook of The Real Enigma Heroes marks 75th anniversary of pivotal WW2 action

The Real Enigma Heroes anniversary book cover

An ebook and updated version of The Real Enigma Heroes by Enigma Communications managing director Phil Shanahan has been published to mark the 75th anniversary of the WW2 story that inspired it.

Mayor among visitors to The Real Enigma Heroes exhibition at Tamworth Heritage Day

Tamworth Heritage Day Phil Shanahan author signing

An exhibition mounted by Enigma Communications managing editor Phil Shanahan was one of the main attractions at a Midlands history event.

Daily Mirror interviews author of The Real Enigma Heroes for WW2 bravery story

NAAFI canteen assistant Tommy Brown who helped capture Enigma codebooks from a sinking U-boat in World War 2.

The Daily Mirror interviewed Phil Shanahan, Enigma Communications’ managing editor, for a centre-page spread about the heroic actions of a teenage canteen assistant during WW2. Phil, who wrote about the exploits of Tommy Brown in his book, The Real Enigma Heroes, was quoted in the feature, explaining the significance of the youngster’s courage. Tommy boarded…

Enigma Communications completes website content for global company Purico

Automotive section of Purico conglomerate website. Text for this page and rest of site written by Enigma Communications.

The new website of one of Britain’s biggest and most successful private enterprises has gone live with content supplied by Enigma Communications. Purico hired us to describe its complex global operation across three continents and seven sectors for its freshly designed site. The brief was to make the text accessible for everyone from the conglomerate’s…

Enigma Communications creates national publicity snowball for gravedigger firm


Enigma Communications’ story on a client who won the unusual title of the UK’s Gravedigger of the Year was picked up by the national press and television after being published in the Sunday Express. David Homer turned to us to help him publicise his triumph in the annual Good Funeral Awards and was rewarded with…

Enigma Communications’ Phil Shanahan helps Bletchley Park unveil exhibition about war heroes

Phil Shanahan (left), managing editor of Enigma Communications, pictured at unveiling of exhibition with Tony Fasson, named after his uncle.

Phil Shanahan (left), managing editor of Enigma Communications, pictured at the unveiling of the exhibition with Tony Fasson, who was named after his uncle. An exhibition about the capture of vital codebooks from a German U-boat has been opened at Bletchley Park with the help of Enigma Communications’ managing editor Phil Shanahan. Phil acted as…

Enigma heroes honoured at British Military Tournament

Re-enactment of capture of Enigma codebooks from U-559 during WWII at British Royal Tournament at Earls Court in 2013.

Around 50,000 people, including Prince William and other members of the royal family, watched a spectacular re-enactment of a daring World War Two mission at Earls Court in London. The show opener for the 2013 British Military Tournament was inspired by a campaign, led by Enigma Communications’ managing editor Phil Shanahan, to honour the men…