|Born||Anthony William Vivian Loyd
12 September 1966
Churt on the Hampshire/Surrey, UK
|Spouse(s)||2002 - 2005 Lady Sophia Hamilton|
My War Gone By, I Miss It So, is a noted book based on his experiences in Bosnia and Chechnya. The memoir is a depiction of the depravity of war and adrenalin addiction Loyd experienced covering the violent dissolution of Yugloslavia in the mid-1990s. In the book Loyd staggers chapters about war in Bosnia, Chechnya, and boredom tinged with heroin addiction in London.
- Anthony Loyd (1 February 2001). My War Gone By, I Miss It So. Penguin (Non-Classics). ISBN 0-14-029854-1.
- Anthony Loyd (8 March 2007). Another Bloody Love Letter. Headline Review. ISBN 0-7553-1479-4.
Awards and nominations
- He was shortlisted for the 2002 Amnesty International Media Awards for his article 'A chilling body of evidence' published by The Times
- Adrian Carton De Wiart (1950). Happy Odyssey: The Memoirs of Lieutenant General Sir Adrian Carton De Wiart, V.C., K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Cape. ASIN B0000CHOYH. ISBN 9781844155392.