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- "Poloists, Oarsmen, and Football Players Among Britain's Sacrifices". New York Times. August 15, 1916. Retrieved 2011-04-08. "The latest casualty list contains the names of several more prominent British sportsmen who have fallen in action in the fighting on the western front. A well-known polo player and a keen man to hounds, Lieut. Col. Harold Brassey, has been killed."
- Horace A. Laffaye (2009). The Evolution of Polo. McFarland & Company. ISBN 0-7864-3814-2. "It is very true that the First World War robbed the British of some of their top and most promising players: Geoffrey Bowlby, Harold Brassey, Leslie Cheape, Noel Edwards, Francis and Rivy Grenfell, Lord Hugh Grosvenor, Brian Osborne, Bertie Wilson ..."