Bibliography

“Depend upon it there comes a time when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you knew before. It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones”


Arthur Conan Doyle
Verse
  • 1898 - Songs of Action
  • 1911 - Songs of the Road
  • 1919 - The Guards Came Through and Other Poems
  • 1922 - The Poems of Arthur Conan Doyle. Collected edition
Works on War, the Army and Spiritualism:
  • 1900 - The Great Boer War
  • 1901 - The Immortal Memory
  • 1905 - The Fiscal Question
  • 1906 - An Incursion into Diplomacy
  • 1907 - Through the Magic Door [Essays on books.]
  • 1909 - The Crime of the Congo
  • 1909 - Divorce Law Reform: An Essay
  • 1911 - Why He is Now in Favour of Home Rule
  • 1914 - The German War
  • 1914 - Civilian National Reserve
  • 1914 - The World War Conspiracy
  • 1914 - The German War
  • 1915 - Western Wanderings
  • 1915 - The Outlook on the War
  • 1916 - An Appreciation of Sir John French
  • 1916 - A Visit to Three Fronts
  • 1916 - The British Campaign in France and Flanders, 1914-1918
  • 1917 - Supremacy of the British Soldier
  • 1918 - The New Revelation: or, What Is Spiritualism?
  • 1919 - The Vital Message
  • 1922 - Spiritualism-Some Straight Questions and Direct Answers
  • 1921 - The Wanderings of a Spiritualist
  • 1922 - The Case for Spirit Photography (with others)
  • 1922 - The Coming of the Fairies
  • 1923 - Our American Adventure
  • 1923 - Three of them. A Reminiscence
  • 1924 - Memoirs and Adventures
  • 1924 - Our Second American Adventure
  • 1924 - The Spiritualists Reader (Editor)
  • 1924 - Leon Denis: The Mystery of Joan of Arc (Translator)
  • 1926 - The History of Spiritualism 2 vol.
  • 1927 - Pheneas Speaks. Direct Spirit Communications
  • 1928 - A Word of Warning
  • 1928 - What does Spiritualism actually Teach and Stand for?
  • 1929 - An Open Letter to those of my Generation
  • 1929 - Our African Winter
  • 1929 - The Roman Catholic Church. A rejoinder.
  • 1930 - [A Form Letter]
  • 1930 - [A Second Form Letter]
  • 1930 - The Edge of the Unknown