Louise Mack

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Louise Mack
Born in 1870 in Hobart, Marie Louise Hamilton Mack was one of thirteen children.Louise was educated at Sydney Girls High School and worked briefly as a governess before becoming a journalist for the Bulletin. Her children's book TEENS was published by A & R in 1897.In 1914, Louise became the first Australian female war correspondent in Belgium, reporting on the German occupation of Antwerp in WW1 for the British papers. She published A Woman's Experiences in the Great War in 1915.Louise returned to Australia in 1916, working as a lecturer and journalist, and marrying Allen Illingworth Leyland in 1924. She died in 1935.

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