James Cleugh

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James Cleugh (/klʌf/; 1891–1969) was an English author and translator.

He established the Aquila Press in the 1930s to publish obscure but literary works. He personally wrote or translated over 50 books.


  • Love Locked Out - a survey of love. licence and restriction in the Middle Ages, Tandem Books, London, 1963
  • Spain in the Modern World, 1953
  • Krupps: The Story of an Industrial Empire by Gert Von Klass, and translated into English by James Cleugh. Black and white plates which include members of the Krupp family[1]
  • Captain Thomas Johnstone, 1772-1839: Smuggler's Reach, Andrew Melrose, London, 1955
  • Brighter than a Thousand Suns: A Personal History of the Atomic Scientists, Robert Jungk, translated into English by James Cleugh, Harcourt, New York, 1956
  • Image of Spain, Harrap 1961
  • I looked for Adam: the story of man's search for his ancestors, Herbert Wendt, translated by James Cleugh. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1957


  1. ^ From a copy of Krupps. First published by Sidgwick and Jackson (London) in 1954 with no ISBN

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