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Chandler, A. Bertram (Arthur Bertram), 1912-1984

LC control no.n 82088603
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6053.H325
Personal name headingChandler, A. Bertram (Arthur Bertram), 1912-1984
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Variant(s)Chandler, A. Bertram, 1912-1984
Chandler, Arthur Bertram, 1912-1984
Chandler, Bertram, 1912-1984
Chandler, Bertram A., 1912-1984
Chandler, Bert, 1912-1984
See alsoAlternate identity: Whitley, George, 1912-1984
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Birth date1912-03-28
Death date1984-06-06
Place of birthAldershot (England)
Place of deathSydney (N.S.W.)
Field of activityScience fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors Merchant mariners
Found inAuthor's The bitter pill, 1974.
nuc90-21657: Author's Kelly country, c1983 (hdg. on CoU rept.: Chandler, A. Bertram, 1912-1984)
His From sea to shining star, 1990: t.p. (A. Bertram Chandler) notes on author p. 344 (b. in Aldershot, England in 1912, he sailed the world before emigrating to Australia in 1956 where he commanded merchant ships under Australian and New Zealand flags. He had had over 40 science fiction books published. He died 6 June 1984 in Sydney, Australia)
Internet speculative fiction database, 9 May 2018 (A Bertram Chandler; Chandler, Arthur Bertram; 1912-1984; used these alternate names: Bertram Chandler, Bertram A. Chandler, Bert Chandler, A. Bertram Chandler, F.B.I.S., M.A.S.A., Paul T. Sherman, George Whitley)
Wikipedia, 9 May 2018 (A. Bertram Chandler; Arthur Bertram Chandler (28 March 1912--6 June 1984) was an Anglo-Australian mariner-turned-science fiction author, writing under his own name and the pseudonyms George Whitley, George Whitely, Andrew Dunstan, and S.H.M.; he was born in Aldershot, Hampshire, England; he was a merchant marine officer, sailing the world in everything from tramp steamers to troop ships; in 1956, he emigrated to Australia and became an Australian citizen; Chandler wrote over 40 novels and 200 works of short fiction; he died in Sydney, Australia)
Associated languageeng