- Philip Gibbs
- 1877 - 1962
- Fleet Street's Finest War Correspondent
Five Years on the Western Front
two war-time portraits of Philip Gibbs
Excerpts from Books
'Soul of the War' 1915
- 'Belgian Army and Refugees in Dunkirk 1914'
- 'Paris at War 1'
- 'Paris at War 2'
- 'A British Reporter at Furnes '
- 'English Volunteer Hospital'
- 'Soldiers of France'
- 'The Men in Khaki'
- 'The Story of the Zouave'
- 'Press Opinions'
'Now It Can be Told' 1920
- 'A British Reporter Visits Vermelles'
- 'A British Reporter Visits Ypres in 1915'
'The Battles of the Somme' 1917
- 'An Introduction - My Story of the War So Far'
- 'A British Reporter Describes the First Day of the Somme'
- 'The German Side of the Somme'
'Newspaper Dispatches and Magazine Articles'
- 'The Great March Offensive of 1918'
- 'The Coming of the Tanks'
- 'The Beginning and the End of the War'
- 'Dispatches from 1914'
- 'The Liberation of Lille and Valenciennes 1918'
- Drum-Fire of 2,000 British Guns
- The War Bells of Christmas
War Time Memoirs
'Adventures in Journalism'
Books by Philip Gibbs
- 'Soul of the War'
- 'Now It Can Be Told'
A French Language Article
La Prise de Dixmude
See also Bibliography of Old and Modern Great War Books
- left :Sir Philip Gibbs in the late 1940's
- right : interviewing the Pope - an illustration by F. Matania
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