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Filson Young

a.k.a. Alexander Bell Filson Young

Author Code: EFYO

Born: (?) 1876 - Ballyeaston, Ireland

Died: Apr. 19, 1938 - London, England

Young began his working career as a journalist and covered the Boer War for the Manchester Guardian from 1899 to 1900. From then until the outbreak of the First World War, he held various editorial positions. He was commissioned a lieutenant in the Royal Navy Volunteers Reserve in 1914 and was a staff member until 1916 when he became a correspondent attached to the British Expeditionary Force in France. From 1917 to 1919, he was a special correspondent of the Times in Spain and Portugal. He became the editor of the Saturday Review in 1921 and held that position until 1924. From 1926 until his death he acted as an advisor on programmes for the BBC. Young published a number of essays, some poetry and novels and was a regular contributor to many periodicals including Saturday Review, The Tribune, The Pall Mall Gazette, The New York Times and The Radio Times. His works include The Relief of Mafeking (1900), Mastersingers (1903), The Sands of Pleasure (1906), Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery (1907), The Lover's Hours (1909), When the Tide Turns (1912), Letters From Solitude (1920) and The Trial of the Seddons (1927).

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EFYO001 Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery 1907 201 1072k eBook Download PDF - 'Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery' (EFYO001) Find a printed copy of Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery by Filson Young at AbeBooks
EFYO002 Titanic 1912 44 420k eBook Download PDF - 'Titanic' (EFYO002) Find a printed copy of Titanic by Filson Young at AbeBooks

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