Frederick Sadleir Brereton
Frederick Sadleir Brereton (5 August 1872 – 12 August 1957) was a decorated soldier and an author of children's books on heroic deeds conducted in the name of the British Empire. Brereton was a prolific author. By the time he died he had written over 40 books.
First World War
Brereton married Ethel Lamb in 1898 and Isobel Murdoch in 1953.
|With Rifle and Bayonet: A Story of the Boer War||1900|
|With Shield and Assegai: A Tale of the Zulu War||1900|
|A Gallant Grenadier: A Tale of the Crimean War||1901|
|In the Grip of the Mullah: A Tale of Adventure in Somaliland||1903||Charles Scribner's Sons|
|Under the Star-Spangled Banner: A Tale of the Spanish-American War||1905||Stitt Publishing Company|
|Jones of the 64th: A Tale of the Battles of Assaye and Laswaree||1907||Blackie and Sons|
|Roger the Bold: A Tale of the Conquest of Mexico||1907||Blackie and Sons|
|How Canada Was Won: A Tale of Wolfe and Quebec||1908|
|With Wolseley to Kumasi: A Tale of the First Ashanti War||1908|
|John Bargreave's Gold||1910|
|Indian and Scout: A Tale of the Gold Rush to California||1911||H. M. Caldwell Company|
|The Hero of Panama: A Tale of the Great Canal||1912||Blackie and Sons|
|Under the Chinese Dragon: A Tale of Mongolia||1912||Blackie and Sons|
|A Boy of the Dominion: A Tale of Canadian Immigration||1913||Blackie and Sons|
|King of Ranleigh: A School Story||1913||S. W. Partridge & Co. Ltd.|
|The Great Airship: A Tale of Adventure||1914||Blackie and Sons|
|With the Dyaks of Borneo: A Tale of the Head Hunters||1914||Blackie and Sons|
|With Wellington in Spain: A Story of the Peninsula||1914||Blackie and Sons|
|Under French's Command||1915|
|With Joffre at Verdun: A Story of the Western Front||1916||Blackie and Sons|
|With Our Russian Allies||1916||Blackie and Sons||376 pages|
|On the Road to Bagdad: A Story of Townshend's Gallant Advance on the Tigris||1917||Blackie and Sons|
- Paris 2004, p.39.
- Paris, Michael (2004). "Over The Top: The Great War and Juvenile Literature in Britain". Praeger.