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Walter Crocker Walter Crocker i(A26051 works by) (a.k.a. Walter Russell Crocker; Sir Walter Crocker)
Born: Established: 25 Mar 1902 Broken Hill, Broken Hill area, Far West NSW, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 14 Nov 2002 Adelaide, South Australia,
Gender: Male
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Sir Walter Russell Crocker KBE was an Australian diplomat, writer and war veteran. He served in World War II with the British Army, becoming a Lieutenant Colonel and was later ambassador or high commissioner to eleven countries, including India (twice), Indonesia, Canada, Italy, Belgium, Nepal, the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda. He also served as a Lieutenant-Governor of South Australia.

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