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Jo Green

Jo Green has a PhD from Murdoch University where she is currently an Honorary Research Associate and a Research Associate in the School of Media, Culture and Communication.

Dr Green became intensely interested and involved with the truth about HMAS Sydney after a chance encounter with one of its survivors, Betty, widow of Sydney Engineer Fred Schoch. She describes their meeting as one of the most intellectually and emotionally challenging experiences of her life: "to look into Betty's eyes and see her intellect, her 65 years of pain, and her 'hope light' that resides in and exudes from them. Betty and her remarkable qualities are my inspiration for researching and writing about Sydney."


Remembering Anzacs and not forgetting HMAS Sydney
Domestic Politics - 24/04/2007 - 7 comments
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