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Provided by The Australian Dictionary of Biography

William Macmahon Ball (1901-1986), professor of political science, diplomat, author, journalist and radio broadcaster, was born on 29 August 1901 at Casterton, Victoria, fifth and youngest surviving child...

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by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
Melbourne : Victorian Council of the International Peace Campaign, 1937
 
 
 
Nihon senryō no hibi : Makumahon Bōru nikki / Aran Likkusu hen ; Takemae Eiji, Kikuchi Tsutomu yaku
日本占領の日々 / アランリツクス編 ; 竹前栄治, 菊池努訳
Uniform title: Intermittent diplomat. Japanese
by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
Tōkyō : Iwanami Shoten, 1992
東京 :b岩波書店, 1992
 
 
by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press in association with Oxford University Press, 1936
 
 
by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
Carlton : Melbourne University Press under the auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1952
 
 
by Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
[Canberra] : Australian Institute of International Affairs, 1967
 
 
by Duncan, W. G. K. (Walter George Keith), 1903-1987
Sydney : Angus & Robertson, in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Political Science, 1934
 
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