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Ivan Francis Southall AM, DFC (8 June 192115 November 2008) was an Australian writer best known for young adult fiction. He wrote more than 30 children's books, six books for adults, and at least ten works of history, biography or other non-fiction.

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Uniform title: Fox hole. Russian
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Moskva : Detska i︠a︡ literatura, 1988
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
North Ryde, N.S.W. : Angus & Robertson, 1984
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
New York, Macmillan [c1971]
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
London [etc.] : Angus and Robertson, 1974
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2013 , ©2013
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Melbourne, Vic. : The Text Publishing Company, 2013 , ©1965
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Harmondsworth ; Ringwood, Vic. ; Penguin Books, 1971, i.e. 1970, c1967
 
 
Tʻaepʻung ŭl igin aidŭl / Iban Sodol kŭl ; Kim Ok-su omgim ; Yi Yŏng-un kŭrim
태풍을 이긴 아이들 / 이반 서덜 글 ; 김 옥수 옯김 ; 이 영운 그림
Uniform title: Hills end. Korean
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Sŏul-si : Sŏul Kyoyuk, 2009
서울시 : 서울 교육, 2009
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
London : Angus and Robertson, 1974
 
 
Uniform title: City out of sight. Swedish
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Stockholm : Berghs, 1986
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: To the wild sky. Norwegian
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
[Norway] : Hjemmets bokforlag, 1988
 
 
 
by Southall, Ivan, 1921-2008
Leicester : Knight Books, Hodder and Stoughton, 1977
 
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