Osmar Egmont Dorkin White (2 April 1909 – 16 May 1991) was an Australian journalist, war correspondent and writer. He is most famous for his vivid description of the New Guinea Campaign during World War II. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Robert Dentry, EM Dorkin, and Maros Gray.

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  • Osmar Egmont Dorkin White (* 2. April 1909 in Feilding, Neuseeland; † 1991) war ein australischer Journalist, Korrespondent und Schriftsteller. Er schrieb auch unter den Pseudonymen Robert Dentry, E. M. Dorkin und Maros Gray. (de)
  • Osmar Egmont Dorkin White (2 April 1909 – 16 May 1991) was an Australian journalist, war correspondent and writer. He is most famous for his vivid description of the New Guinea Campaign during World War II. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Robert Dentry, EM Dorkin, and Maros Gray. (en)
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  • 1909-4-2
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  • Osmar Egmont Dorkin White (* 2. April 1909 in Feilding, Neuseeland; † 1991) war ein australischer Journalist, Korrespondent und Schriftsteller. Er schrieb auch unter den Pseudonymen Robert Dentry, E. M. Dorkin und Maros Gray. (de)
  • Osmar Egmont Dorkin White (2 April 1909 – 16 May 1991) was an Australian journalist, war correspondent and writer. He is most famous for his vivid description of the New Guinea Campaign during World War II. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Robert Dentry, EM Dorkin, and Maros Gray. (en)
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