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GOOD NEWS! The SSF has acquired the remaining copies of the booklet produced in 1986 for the Sassoon
Centenary celebrations at Matfield. Note: these are "mint condition", not second-hand copies such as those that occasionally
appear for sale on e-bay. Furthermore, we have received a report from one of our members about defaulters on e-bay,
who claim to be able to supply copies of this item and don't actually have them.
The attractive 32-page booklet has a colour cover illustration based on the engraving, "Quite Cricket",
by Graham Clarke. It contains articles, photographs, and a handy index to the real people behind the characters in Sassoon's
As you will be aware if you have looked at e-bay or gone to an auction recently, Sassoon memorabilia is
appreciating in value. The SSF is offering the booklets to members at a price of £21 including p+p (non-members' price
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Back numbers of our publication Siegfried's Journal may be purchased (depending on availability)
at a cost of £4.50 including p&p
Siegfried's Journal has been praised by members and independent critics for its attractive appearance
and substantial content. Each edition includes scholarly and popular articles on various Sassoon-related subjects; these
are useful material for those researching World War I literature and related topics.
Siegfried's Journal no 9
Report on the 2005 Annual Conference
Sorley, Graves, Sassoon and Owen
Truths Written in Blood (Jean Moorcroft Wilson)
Sassoon on the Somme
Wilfred Owen: an Influence from Art?
Siegfried's Journal no 10 ("Sassoon 120" special issue)
Sassoon's Homes in London (part 1 in a series)
Dennis Silk and Siegfried Sassoon (part 1 in a series)
Review of Max Egremont's biography of Sassoon (Andrew Motion)
An Israeli War Poet - profile of Elisha Porat
"But things like that must be..." - a return to Flanders Fields
Siegfried's Journal no 11:
September in the Weald: an account of the 2006 conference
John Stuart Roberts - Siegfried's Other Journey
Christian Major - Sassoon's London Homes (part 2 in a series)
Graham Lampard interviews Dennis Silk
Phil Carradice - Poetry of the People
Philip Guest - An Eccentric and the Soldier Poets
Sassoon 120 cricket match report
Aunt Evelyn Advises...