P. R. Stephensen

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Percy Reginald Stephensen (20 November 1901 – 28 May 1965) was an Australian writer, publisher and political activist, first for Communism and later for Australian nationalism. He was a member of the Australia First Movement and was interned without trial from 1942 to 1945 for stated pro-Japanese and Axis sympathies.

He helped found The Publicist in 1936 and edited it from 1941–1942. Leftist Wikipedia describe it as a being a magazine for the Australia First Movement and to before 1939 (when it was not associated with the organization) to have described itself as being 'for national socialism' and 'for Aryanism; against semitism'.

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