Gavin Fuller is head of the Telegraph library, responsible for maintaining that newspaper’s archive. He is also a former mastermind champion and the editor of The Telegraph book of Readers’ Letters from the Great War, The Telegraph Book of the First World War, Leaves on the Line, and Lovely Bits of Old England: John Betjeman at The Telegraph. He lives in Surrey.
A celebration of 160 years of reporting from the end of the Crimea War in 1856 to the Fifa scandals in May this year. A Daily Telegraph reporter always on hand to report war and protest, death and glory. 160 articles have been chosen and the journalists range from “Our Special Correspondant to famous names such as Winston Churchill and Cornelius Ryan. It's a fascinating collection revealing the events of the past century and a half and the way in which they're reported as the newspaper world changed to reflect growing media diversity. ~ Sue Baker Like for Like Reading Cupcakes and Kalashnikovs@ 100 Years of the Best Journalism by Women , Eleanor Mills (Editor) The Great Reporters , David Randall £17.99 Paperback 288 pages Pluto Press 20th August 2005 9780745322964
Never before published this collection of letters are from the Daily Telegraph’s letters pages of 1914-1918. They comment on the war’s progress or lack of it, praising and blaming those in charge, writing of their loss and grief, their pride too in the sacrifices and losses on the field, at sea and in the air. Like for Like Reading: Love Tommy: Letters Home, from the Great War to the Present Day, Andrew Roberts Letters from the Trenches: A Soldier of the Great War, Bill Lamin Michael O'Mara