Professor Emile Leon Cammaerts (1878-1953) was a Belgian poet. He moved to England in 1908. Aside from his own writings, he engaged in translations of John Ruskin and G. K. Chesterton. His most important work was his 1935 biography of King Albert. He became Professor of Belgian Studies at the University of London in 1933, and his papers are held there in Senate House Library. He married the theatrical actress Tita Brand (daughter of the singer Marie Brema), with whom he had six children, one of them Francis Cammaerts. His works include: Belgian Poems (1915), Belgium: From the Roman Invasion to the Present Day (1921), The Poetry of Nonsense (1925), Discoveries in England (1930), Rubens: Painter and Diplomat (1932), Albert of Belgium: Defender of Right (1935), Upon This Rock (1943) and The Flower of Grass (1945).