Lockwood, Rupert (1908 - 1997)
- Activist, Communist and Journalist
A journalist by profession, Rupert Lockward was a talented spokesperson and writer for the Communist Party of Australia. He became best known as the author of 'Document J' during the Commission into Espionage in Australia, 1954-1955.
See Rowan Cahill , 'The making of a communist journalist: Rupert Lockwood, 1908-1940, Writing Labour Lives.
- Englart, E.C., Wharfies Still Fight for Democracy, Brisbane Branch, Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia [This copy courtesy of John Englart], Brisbane, 24 September 1945, 1 pp. images PDF Details
- Englart, E.C., Wharfies Locked-out, Brisbane Branch, Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia [This copy courtesy John Englart], Brisbane, 25 September 1945, 1 pp. images PDF Details
- Lockwood, Rupert, Jim Healy: leader of the Waterside Workers' Federation, Current Book Distributors, Sydney, August 1951. Image PDF Details
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