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Coningsby Dawson

a.k.a. Coningsby William Dawson

Author Code: ECWD

Born: Feb. 26, 1883 - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England

Died: Aug. 10, 1959 - Los Angeles, California, USA

Educated at Merton College, Oxford, where he graduated in 1905 with a degree in modern history, Dawson spent another year on a theological course at Union Seminary before deciding on a literary career. In 1906, he traveled to America and worked as an adviser to various English newspapers. In 1910, he became the literary adviser to the George H. Doran Publishing Company. That year, he published The Worker and Other Poems. He went to Canada in 1914 and trained at the Royal Military College which led to a commission in the Canadian Field Artillery. In 1916, he was sent to France and took part in battles on the Somme. He was wounded in France and returned to America where he lectured on the war. After the war, he returned to England and worked on European reconstruction. When Herbert Hoover was named to head the American Relief campaign in 1920, he chose Dawson for a special mission to Central and Eastern Europe. Dawson had a number of best-sellers and his works include The House of the Weeping Woman (1908), Last Chance River (1910), The Road to Avalon (1912), The Garden Without Walls (1913), Khaki Courage (1917), The Glory of the Trenches (1918), Living Bayonets (1919), The Little House (1920), The Kingdom Round the Corner (1921), The Vanishing Point (1922), Christmas Outside of Eden (1922), Old Youth (1925), The Unknown Soldier (1929), The Test of Scarlet (1930), A Path to Paradise (1932) and Inspiration Valley (1936).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ECWD006 Carry On 1917 64 446k eBook Download PDF - 'Carry On' (ECWD006) Find a printed copy of Carry On by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks
ECWD002 Christmas Outside of Eden 1922 18 279k eBook Download PDF - 'Christmas Outside of Eden' (ECWD002) Find a printed copy of Christmas Outside of Eden by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks
ECWD001 The Glory of the Trenches 1917 42 416k eBook Download PDF - 'The Glory of the Trenches' (ECWD001) Find a printed copy of The Glory of the Trenches by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks
ECWD004 The Kingdom Round the Corner 1921 144 814k eBook Download PDF - 'The Kingdom Round the Corner' (ECWD004) Find a printed copy of The Kingdom Round the Corner by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks
ECWD005 Murder Point 1910 144 834k eBook Download PDF - 'Murder Point' (ECWD005) Find a printed copy of Murder Point by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks
ECWD003 Out to Win 1918 55 485k eBook Download PDF - 'Out to Win' (ECWD003) Find a printed copy of Out to Win by Coningsby Dawson at AbeBooks

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