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Vernon Bartlett

Vernon BartlettAKA Charles Vernon Oldfield Bartlett

Born: 30-Apr-1894
Birthplace: Westbury, Wiltshire, England
Died: 18-Jan-1983
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Journalist, Politician

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Journey's End

Military service: British Army (WWI, invalided)

Resident of Singapore (1954-) and then Tuscany (1961-).

    High School: Blundell's School, Tiverton

    UK Member of Parliament for Bridgwater (1938-50)
    Reuters 1917
    League of Nations Director, London Office (1922-32)
    The London Daily Mail Reporter
    The London Times Foreign Correspondent
    The Guardian Reporter (1954-63)
    Singapore Straits-Times Columnist (1955-)
    Commander of the British Empire 1956

    Death at Broadcasting House (Nov-1934) · Himself

Author of books:
Mud & Khaki: Sketches from Flanders & France (1917)
Behind The Scenes At The Peace Conference (1920)
The Lighter Side of European Chaos: A Journalist's Scrapbook (1925)
Calf Love (1929)
The Unknown Soldier (1930, novel)
Journey's End (1930, novel, with R. C. Sherriff)
What Disarmament Means (1930, pamphlet)
The World: Our Neighbour (1931)
Nazi Germany Explained (1933)
This is my Life (1938, memoir)
Intermission in Europe: The Life of a Journalist and Broadcaster (1938)
Tomorrow Always Comes (1943, novel)
East of the Iron Curtain (1949)
Struggle for Africa (1953)
Report from Malaya (1954)
And Now, Tomorrow (1960, memoir)
Tuscan Retreat (1964)
A Book About Elba (1965)
The Past of Pastimes (1969)
The Colour of Their Skin (1969)

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