INTERVIEW: Kim Keane- 1972-3
PLACE: Wellington NZ
NOTES: Keane discusses his work in Melbourne, Australia with Egon Erwin Kisch, a Jewish communist and anti-war activist, born into the German-speaking Jewish community of Prague. Kim Keane was married to Wendy Lowenstein’s (nee Robertson) sister Shirley. The interview was conducted in the Keane’s Wellington home probably in 1972/3. .
Aitape, New Guinea. 16 March 1945
War correspondents sitting on a log in the jungle in the Aitape sector.
Left to right: Kim Keane, Melbourne, Vic ‘Herald’; Gordon Holland, Melbourne, Vic Argus’;
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