British writer (1897-1971)
John Eric Langdon-Davies (18 March 1897 – 5 December 1971) was a British author and journalist. He was a war correspondent during the Spanish Civil War and the Russo-Finnish war.
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- Two things make the future real, the artist's imagination and the worker's hope. Fascism destroys both. Therefore the artist and the worker must unite to destroy Fascism. The Fascist artist is a traitor, the neutral is already dead. Art and anti-Fascism are synonymous.
- Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War. Left Review. 1937. . Quoted in Buchanan, Tom (1997). Britain and the Spanish Civil War. Cambridge University Press. p. 32. ISBN 978-0-521-45569-5.
- corpus literari (Catalan website on foreign authors who have written about Catalonia).
- Harper's Magazine
- Your Own "Supernatural" Experiences by Eric Dingwall and John Langdon-Davies
- John Langdon-Davies Author Page at Reportage Press