Sydney Brooks

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Sydney Brooks (1872–1937) was a British author and critic.[1][2] Brooks was a frequent contributor to the Saturday Review and was in England writing reviews in late 1895 through January 1896, when he left to visit Chicago.[3] In America his critical reviews and writings were sold to publications such as Harper's Magazine.[4]

Brooks was a notable passenger who was aboard the SS Tuscania,[5] a luxury liner of the Cunard subsidiary Anchor Line when it was torpedoed in 1918 by the German U-boat UB-77 while carrying American troops to Europe and sank with a loss of 210 lives.[6]


  1. ^ s:Author:Sydney Brooks
  2. ^ Diplomat, A (1899). "A Vindication of the Boers. A Rejoinder to Mr. Sydney Brooks". The North American Review. 169 (514): 362–374. JSTOR 25104874.
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  4. ^ Brooks, Sydney (Harper's Magazine)
  5. ^ "Britain's Heart Now of Granite" The New York Times, January 19, 1916: p.2
  6. ^ Massie, Robert K. Castles of Steel: Britain, Germany, and the Winning of the Great War at Sea. New York: Ballantine Books, 2004. ISBN 0-345-40878-0