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Frank Fox Frank Fox i(A2275 works by) (birth name: Francis Iganatius Fox) (a.k.a. F.F.; F.R.; Sir Frank Fox)
Also writes as: Frank Renar ; G. S. O.
Born: Established: 12 Aug 1874 Kensington, Norwood, Payneham & St Peters area, Adelaide - North / North East, Adelaide, South Australia, ; Died: Ceased: 4 Mar 1960 Chichester, West Sussex,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,

Gender: Male
Departed from Australia: 1909
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Frank Fox was educated at Christ's College, Hobart and began his career as a journalist and later editor with the Australian Workman in 1893. He then went on to work on the Bathurst National Advocate and The Age. In 1901 he joined the Bulletin and was the first editor of the The Lone Hand between 1907 and 1909. After moving to London in 1909 he continued to work as a journalist. At the commencement of World War I he was a war correspondent for the Morning Post. He then enlisted with the British army and after being wounded at the Somme, worked for the War Office. He was knighted in 1926.

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  • Lady Helen Fox was formerly Helen Clint, the daughter of English-born but Australian resident scenic artist Alfred Clint.
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