John Langdon-Davies

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John Langdon-Davies (Eshowe, KwaZoeloe-Natal, 18 maart 1897 - 1971) was een Zuid-Afrikaans-Brits non-fictie-auteur, journalist en oorlogscorrespondent. Hij versloeg en schreef over onder meer de Spaanse Burgeroorlog en de Winteroorlog. Langdon-Davies was daarnaast één van de oprichters van Plan International.

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Onderstaand enkel Langdon-Davies boeken

  • The Dream Splendid (1917)
  • Militarism in Education (1919)
  • Man on Mountain (1922)
  • The New Age of Faith (1925)
  • A Short History of Women (1927, opgenomen in de Thinker's Library)
  • Dancing Catalans (1929)
  • The Future of Nakedness (1930)
  • Man and his Universe (1930, opgenomen in de Thinker's Library)
  • Science and Common Sense (1931)
  • Inside the atom (1933)
  • Radio. The Story of the Capture and Use of Radio Waves (1935)
  • Then a Soldier (1934)
  • A Short History of the Future (1936)
  • Behind the Spanish Barricades (1936)
  • The Spanish Church and Politics (1937)
  • The Case for the Government (1938)
  • Air Raid (1938)
  • Parachutes over Britain (1940)
  • Fifth Column (1940)
  • Finland. The First Total War (1940)
  • Nerves versus Nazis( 1940)
  • Invasion in the Snow( 1941)
  • The Home Guard Training Manual (1940)
  • Home Guard Warfare (1941)
  • The Home Guard Fieldcraft Manual (1942)
  • A Trifling Reminiscence from less troubled Times (1941)
  • How to Stalk. A Practical Manual for Home Guards (1941)
  • American Close-Up (1943)
  • Life Blood (1945)
  • British Achievement in the Art of Healing (1946)
  • Conquer Fear (1948)
  • Russia Puts the Clock Back (1949)
  • NPL: Jubilee Book of the National Physical Laboratory (1951)
  • Westminster Hospital (1952)
  • Gatherings from Catalonia (1953)
  • Sex, Sin and Sanctity (1954)
  • The Ethics of Atomic Research (1954)
  • The Unknown, Is It Nearer? (met E.J. Dingwall) (1956)
  • Seeds of Life (1957)
  • Man, The Known and the Unknown (1960)
  • The cato Street Conspiracy (onder het pseudoniem John Stanhope) (1962)
  • Carlos, the Bewitched (onder het pseudoniem John Nada, 1962)
  • The Facts of Sex (1969)
  • Spain (1971)


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