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Francis Yeats-Brown, 1886-1944
Wrench, John Evelyn Sir.
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by Francis Yeats-Brown will consider this an important book. But primarily, it is a portrayal of the essentially mystic life of the Hindus, their contribution to the ccult world. The ""pageant of religious history"" and the minutiae of the various schools of oriental mysticism -- legend, belief and current practice -- reveal a thorough. Major Francis Charles Claypon Yeats-Brown, DFC (15 August – 19 December ) was an officer in the British Indian army and the author of the celebrated memoir The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, for which he was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. Yeats-Brown was born in Genoa, the son of a British diplomat. He studied at Harrow and Sandhurst. When he he went to India.
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In , Francis Yeats-Brown, then a young cavalryman, arrives in Bengal to serve in the 41st Bengal Lancers regiment. He quickly discovers that life in the presence of his fellow soldiers is anything but boring. When not on active duty, he spends his time riding horses around the countryside, hunting wild pigs and boars, and smoking tobacco. The movie was based on the memoirs of Francis Yeats-Brown (). Published in , the book covered the author's time in the Bengal Lancers in the decade before World War I. Yeats-Brown had a privileged upbringing (Harrow and Sandhurst), and joined the British army in India.
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This book almost smells of another long bygone era. The writer was a British captain of the Indian Cavalry in Mesopotamia and during a mission to sabotage the Turkish telegraph lines near Baghdad in latehis little plane suffered damage and he was caught together with his pilot.4/5(1).
Caught by the Turks. by Francis Yeats-Brown. [Yeats-Brown. Francis. ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). Francis Yeats-Brown. London, Eyre & Spottiswoode  (OCoLC) Named Person: Francis Yeats-Brown; Francis Yeats-Brown Yeats-Brown: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
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Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Yeats-Brown, Francis (Charles Clayton) () British soldier, author, and early popularizer of yoga in Western countries.
He was born at Genoa, Italy, Augthe son of the British consul-general in that city. He was educated at Harrow-on-the-Hill and Sandhurst, England.
Francis Yeats-Brown has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Francis Yeats-Brown’s most popular book is The Lives of a Bengal Lancer. Yeats-Brown, Francis, Bloody years. At head of title: Francis Yeats-Brown.
A sketch of the political activities in Turkey from to the world war, and an account of the author's experiences as a prisoner of war of Turkey. Major Francis Charles Claypon Yeats-Brown, DFC (15 August – 19 December ) was an officer in the British Indian army and the author of the memoir The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, for which he was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.
Yoga Explained: A Simple Approach to a Fuller and Richer Life by F. Yeats-Brown and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The lives of a Bengal lancer / Francis Yeats-Brown by Francis Yeats-Brown 1 edition - first published in Written works: The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, Lancer At Large.
Yeats-Brown, Francis, Container: How they began, handwritten manuscript / research notes, 35 pages in notebook, 15 May Indian notebooks, handwritten manuscript, pages, Formerly housed in 2 looseleaf notebooks, removed by HRC and velobound.
Notebooks remain housed along with handwritten manuscript: Container: Yeats-Brown, Francis, LoC No. Title. Caught by the Turks. Contents. Capture -- A shadowland of arabesques -- The terrible Turk -- "Out of great tribulation" -- The long descent of wasted days -- The psychology of prison -- The comic hospital in Constantinople -- Our first escape -- A city of disguises -- Recaptured -- The black hole of Constantinople -- Our.
If the book is under copyright in your country, do not download or redistribute this file. Title: Bengal Lancer Author: Yeats-Brown, Francis Charles Claypon () Date of first publication: July, Edition used as base for this ebook: London: Victor Gollancz, September [fifth impression] Date first posted: 26 November Francis Yeats-Brown (–) Author of The Lives of a Bengal Lancer.
Includes the names: Yeats-Brown F, F Yeats Brown, F. Yeats-Brown, Maj. F Yeats-Brown, Franics Yeats-Brown, Francis Yeats-Brown, Francis Yeats-Brown, Francis Yeates-Brown, YEATS- BROWN FRANCIS, Maj. Yeats-Brown (see complete list). The Lives of a Bengal Lancer is a autobiography of British cavalry officer Francis Yeats-Brown published by The Viking Press.
The autobiography's release was met with highly positive reviews and Yeats-Brown was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize of Inthe book was made into a Hollywood blockbuster by the same name starring Gary Cooper, Franchot Tone, Richard.
Autobiography of a British cavalry officer in pre-war India and on the western front, who later became a member of the Royal flying corps in Mesopotamia.
The closing chapters concern his subsequent travels in India and give his interpretation of the Hindu philosophy through the.
Creator: Yeats-Brown, Francis, Title: Francis Yeats-Brown Collection Dates:undated Extent: 9 boxes ( linear feet), 1 galley folder (gf) Abstract: Includes manuscripts of the British soldier and author Francis Yeats-Brown, chiefly autobiographical writings and works about the.
Francis Yeats-Brown is the author of The Lives of a Bengal Lancer ( avg rating, 47 ratings, 12 reviews, published ), Caught By The Turks ( av /5(14).
(–). The British writer Francis Yeats-Brown wrote books that reflected his experiences as a British Army officer in India and his interest in yoga. His best-known work is. Yeats-Brown Francis Yeats-Brown (). By John Evelyn Wrench. (Eyre and Spottiswoode. 15s.) THOUGH he was continually trying to persuade the world of some- thing, Yeats-Brown knew in his heart that he himself, the man within, was of much greater value and interest than his opinions.
His good breeding made him reluctant to acknowledge this, but he was aware of it, and it produced complicated.Lancer at large, by Yeats-Brown, Francis Charles Claypon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The classic story of an Indian army officer's experience on the North West Frontier of the British Indian Empire and subsequent adventures in World War 1 and Mesopotamia!