Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean (18 November 1879 – 30 August 1968), usually
identified as C.E.W. Bean, was an Australian World War 1 war correspondent ...
Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean (1879-1968), historian and journalist, was born
on 18 November 1879 at Bathurst, New South Wales, eldest of three sons of ...
Charles Bean is perhaps best remembered for the official histories of Australia in
the First World War, of which he wrote six volumes and edited the remainder.
The boy was Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean. His experience at Waterloo was a
foretaste of the labours that would occupy most of his adult life: the establishment
Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean, historian and journalist was born on 18
November 1879 in Bathurst where his father was headmaster of All Saints'
Charles Bean Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean (1879-1968) served as Australia's
official war correspondent during World War One and subsequently penned his ...
Bean, Charles Edwin Woodrow. (1878-1968) Official Australian War
Correspondent, World War I. Bean sailed with the First Australian Imperial Force (
AIF) troops ...
Charles Edward Woodrow Bean was born on 18 November 1879 in Bathurst,
New South Wales. In 1889, his family moved to England where he attended the ...
Apr 25, 2015 ... Charles Edwin Woodrow, aka "C.E.W." Bean. The name of Australia's most
famous war correspondent, war historian and driving force of the ...
Apr 24, 2014 ... Charles Edwin Woodrow Bean (1879-1968), often referred to as CEW Bean, was
an Australian journalist and historian, principally of the First ...