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James Cameron
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Born in Battersea, London
Born on 17th of June 1911
Died on 26th of January 1985

Born 1911. Died 1985 - Scottish journalist and writer.


Began as office for Weekly News (1935). His coverage of atom bomb experiments in Bikini convinced him to become member of CND. Covered major world events including VietnamS War. Writer and presenter of television programmes. Radio play The Pump (1973) won the Prix Italia. Books include his autobiography Point of Departure (1967).

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