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Stanley Brogden Stanley Brogden i(A14043 works by) (a.k.a. Stanley Marcel William Brogden; Broggo; Group Captain Stanley Brogden OAM)
Also writes as: S. Brogden
Born: Established: 19 Sep 1913
Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 14 Sep 2008 Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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Educated in England, Canada and New Zealand, Brogden worked extensively as a freelance journalist. He was also at one time on the staff of ABC news in Melbourne. He was a fellow of the Bread and Cheese Club.

During World War II Brogden was a private in the Australian Army Medical Corps and then in the Army Education Service.

In addition to the titles listed, Brogden has written a number of other books about aviation, travel and sport, including First to Fly: From Roger Bacon to Sir Charles Kingsford Smith [195-]. He also edited the RAAF journal Wings.

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Last amended 24 Nov 2008 07:54:11
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