Henry W. Nevinson

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Henry Nevinson

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Henry Woodd Nevinson (1856-1941) was a British campaigning journalist. He was known for his reporting on the Second Boer War, and slavery in Angola.

He was also a suffragist, being one of the founders in 1907 of the Men's League for Women's Suffrage, and a war correspondent of World War I, being wounded at Gallipoli.[1]



He married Margaret Nevinson; the artist Christopher Nevinson was their son.


  • Angela V. John (2006), War, Journalism and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century: The Life and Times of Henry W. Nevinson


  1. ^ See Nevinson's Fire of Life pp.304-318 for his time at the Dardanelles; he doesn't mention his own wound.

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