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Jumping the generation gap
In this twelfth chapter of the first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All'. This chapter remembers his children David, Jane, Kate and Sarah and the influence of the Vietnam war in the 1970's
Bob Dalziel Caulfield Grammar Dr Bob Birrell Dr. Bertram Wainer Dr. Jim Cairns East Malvern Georges Henry Bolte John Landy Korowa Girls School Marie Rose Monash University Phillip Adams Vietnam WarRead more...
In this third chapter of his first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All', Keith reflects on growing up in Melbourne in the 1930's and at school. Being a boarder at school he likens to the the hard, cold winters of Russia's extremities.
Australian Broadcasting Commission Boarding school Bob Dalziel Cecil Roberts Dr. James Darling Geelong Grammar Henry Varley Manning Clark Marie Stopes Melbourne GrammarRead more...
Following a VC
The fourth chapter of his first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All'.
2/4th Field Regiment 7th Battalion Anthony Eden Anzac Day Ballarat Ben Chifley Bob Dalziel Brian Johnstone Dame Nellie Melba Frank Beaurepaire Frederick Scherger Gos Lane Norman Strang Norman McKinnell Royal Australian Air Force Second World War Sir George Foster Pearce Sir Robert Menzies Social clubs St George Hotel William Dunstan VCRead more...
The fifth chapter of his first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All'.
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In this seventh chapter of the first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All', Keith's recalls his early career as a junior writer for the Herald and Weekly Times newspapers.
Archer Thomas Australian Railways Union Bob Dalziel Charles Hector McFadyen Herald and Weekly Times Lyle Cousland Melbourne City Council Osmar White RAAF Royal Melbourne Hospital Rupert Bunny Sir Keith Murdoch T & G Building Toorak Tramways unionRead more...
Walking the tightrope
In this ninth chapter of the first book of memoirs, 'No Brains At All', Keith reflects talks of the significance of the death of Sir Keith Murdoch leading and his career as a columnist leading to his own father's death, William Dunstan V.C.
Adelaide News Anglicanism Bob Dalziel Brian Johnstone Brisbane Colin Bednall Courier-Mail Desmond Zwar Donald Friend Herald and Weekly Times J. F. Williams Margaret Olley Peter Carey Rudolf Pekárek Sir Keith Murdoch The Argus The Financial Review The London Daily Mirror William Dunstan VCRead more...
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