Frank Browne

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Francis (Frank) Browne (1915–1981) a journalist and founder of the Australian Party. Browne published a newsletter Things I Hear from 1945 thru 1975. Some criticize the newsletter as being a political scandal sheet. A hardline anti-Communist, Browne also had contacts with anti-Semites in America like Gerald L.K. Smith.

Early in his journalist career he traveled to the United States and met with William McCormick, owner of the Chicago Tribune.


  • They Called Him Billy: A Biography of the Rt. Hon. W.M. Hughes (1946)
  • The Public Be Damned (1947)

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