Robert Scotland Liddell

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Robert Scotland Liddell, 1916

Robert Scotland Liddell (1885-1972) was a British reporter and photographer for The Sphere newspaper, who covered the events on the Russian front during the World War I.

Scotland Liddell arrived in Petrograd in the spring of 1915 and soon moved to Warsaw, where he served as a member of the Group of Polish Red Cross Volunteers with the Russian army. He also contributed articles to The Sphere as its special correspondent.[1]


  1. ^ Anthony Cross. In the Land of the Romanovs: An Annotated Bibliography of First-hand English-language Accounts of the Russian Empire (1613-1917), Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2014. ISBN 978-1-78374-060-4, p. 390


  • The Track of the War: With Special Notes by Albert De Keersmaecker. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1915
  • On the Russian front. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & co., limited, 1916
  • "Sestra": Sketches from the Russian Front. Hodder and Stoughton, 1917
  • Actions and Reactions in Russia. Chapman & Hall, 1917, BiblioBazaar, LLC, 2008, ISBN 0-559-27132-8, ISBN 978-0-559-27132-8
  • Big brother Bob. Simpkin, Marshall, 1923
  • Fifty Thousand Miles of Sun. Cassell and co., ltd., 1925
  • The gilded sign. 1927
  • The key of content. Cassell, 1928
  • Moulded in sand. McCutchan, 1930