Major Ian Fenwick, SAS

I came across Ian Fenwick this year.  Not in person, of course; he is dead. A distant cousin.  But rather admirable.

He was the son of Captain Harry Fenwick. His big thing was cartoons: he contributed to a number of magazines in the 1930s, and a few book of his cartoons were published, including Enter Trubshaw.  His drawings are both well-drawn and funny, if distinctly of their time.


Since originally posting the above, I found a couple of errors, which I have now tried to correct.  The section as it now stands is thus.

Major Ian Fenwick


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