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K. Wallace-Crabbe K. Wallace-Crabbe i(A47394 works by) (a.k.a. Kenneth Eyre Inverell Wallace-Crabbe; K. W. C.)
Born: Established: 1900 Inverell, Inverell - Ashford area, New England, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1983
Gender: Male
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Kenneth Wallace-Crabbe was missing, believed dead, in Burma during the Second World War. A former journalist, he found his war experiences provided some material for his writing, illustrating and publishing activities after his return to Australia. Wallace-Crabbe is the father of poet Chris Wallace-Crabbe and artist and writer Robin Wallace-Crabbe (qq.v.). The latter wrote about Wallace-Crabbe in the autobiography A Man's Childhood.

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University of Melbourne The University Library (VIC)
State Library of Victoria (VIC)
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