by George J. Dance

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Paul Bewsher 1894-1966), The Bombing of Bruges. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1918. Courtesy Internet Archive.

Paul Bewsher (1894-1966) was an English poet.


Bewsher was born 12 November 1894 in Fulham, London.[1]

During World War I, Bewsher served with the Royal Naval Air Service (1915-18) and the Royal Air Force (1918-19). He was shot down once, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.[2]


See alsoEdit

The Dawn Patrol Paul Bewsher Audiobook Short Poetry

The Dawn Patrol Paul Bewsher Audiobook Short Poetry


  1. We Remember Paul Bewsher, Lives of the First World War. Web, Feb. 27, 2020.
  2. English Poets A-C, Poets of the First World War, B.J. Omanson, Web, June 21, 2012.

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