Ronald McKie

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Ronald Cecil Hamlyn McKie (11 December 1909 – 2 May 1991) was an Australian novelist. He was born in 1909 in Toowoomba, Queensland. After receiving his education at the Brisbane Grammar School and the University of Queensland, he worked as a journalist on newspapers in Melbourne, Sydney, Singapore and China. He served in the AIF during World War II from 1942–1943, following which he served as war correspondent for several Australian and UK newspapers. After the war he worked for the "Sydney Daily Telegraph".

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Novels

Autobiography

  • Bali (1969)
  • We Have No Dreaming (1988)

Non-fiction

  • This Was Singapore (1947)
  • Proud Echo (1953)
  • The Heroes (1960)
  • The Emergence of Malaysia (1963)
  • Malaysia in Focus (1964)
  • The Company of Animals (1966)
  • Singapore (1972)
  • Echoes from Forgotten Wars (1980)

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