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Patrick Leigh Fermor

Country

Great Britain

Birth - Death

1915 -2011

Occupation

Writer

Notable Achievements

DSO, OBE, Chevalier, Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, FRSL

Description

Considered to have been Great Britain's most accomplished travel writer. Served as an intelligence spy during the Second World War. Books include 'A Time of Gifts' (1977), 'Between The Woods and the Water' (1986), 'Ill Met by Moonlight', and 'The Traveller's Tree' (1950). Appointed an Officer Member of the Order of the British Empire (1991) and received the Distinguished Service Order.

See Also

Further Reading/Research


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