Biographical entry Aurousseau, Marcel (1891 - 1983)
- 22 August 1983
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marcel Aurousseau began his career at the Australian Museum as an office boy before taking up studies in geology and chemistry. During World War I he enlisted in the Army and served in France. When he returned Aurousseau worked at the University of Western Australia, then at the Geophysical Laboratory in the United States. He returned to Australia at the beginning of the Depression, then moved to Europe to write. Aurousseau lived in London during World War II and worked on editing the letters of Ludwig Leichhardt.
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Created: 20 October 1993, Last modified: 28 April 2009
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