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Search the Who's Who in Sport for sportsmen and sportswomen in your family tree. This is a remarkable reference work and permanent record of sportsmen and women during the interwar years.
An Authoritative Reference Guide to Sport and Sportsmen published in 1935
"The first edition of Who's Who in Sport is intended to fill a long vacant place in the sporting world. Here are the biographies of several thousand leading sportsmen and full details and records of the forty-eight principal games and sports. Who's Who in Sport aims to constitute a comprehensive and authoritative work of reference." From Angling to Athletics, Boxing to Bridge, Chess to Cycling, Fencing to Football; Rugby, League and Association, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Hunting, Lacrosse, Tennis, Motor Boat; Cycle and Racing, Racing, Rowing, Shooting, Skating, Skiing, Squash, Swimming, Wrestling and Yachting are some of the sports included.
The Who's Who includes thousands of names of English, Welsh, Scottish, Australian, South African, USA and New Zealand, many references to Record scores, Results, an Encyclopedia of Sports and Games, History of the Game, Sports Obituaries and Sports Bodies are among the many contents of the publication.
It features the biographies of sportsmen and women in 1935 which include well known names such as Donald George Bradman was born on August 27th 1908 and became the greatest cricketer of all time.
The biographies in the main include the Surname, forename(s), year and place of birth, address, clubs, records and games played.
Please refer to the Abbreviations by entering page 64 on the image viewer, Contents on page 7.
Search thousands of names on Familyrelatives.com in the Who's Who collection. The Who's Who collection is a reference work on prominent and noted individuals of that time generally containing precise biographical information and includes among many artists, engineers, military men, politicians, sportsmen and the like.
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