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David Denholm was born on 1924 in Australia, is an author. Discover David Denholm’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 73 years old?

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Date of death 19 June 1997
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He is perhaps best known for his book on Australian history, The Colonial Australians. John Hirst, writing in The Monthly in 2006, placed it on his brief list of the best Australian history books of all-time. Elsewhere, Hirst describes The Colonial Australians as an “underrated” work that “explores… the nature of colonial society by examining its physical remains,” and Denholm as the historian who “best understands” the sense in which that the culture of a colony is as old as the culture of the mother country.


David Denholm, Ph.D. (1924 – 19 June 1997) was an Australian author and historian who published fiction under the pseudonym David Forrest, and history under his own name.


Denholm was an adult learner who entered Queensland University in 1964, graduating in 1967. He went on to earn the PhD in history at the Australian National University in 1972. He taught at the University of New England, and then, after 1974, at the Riverina College of Advanced Education, of Charles Sturt University. Denholm continues to research on Australian and family history until he died, after a short illness, in 1997.


He first came to national and international attention with his debut novel, The Last Blue Sea (1959), about the conflict between Australia and Japan during World War II. The novel, which emphasized the difficulty the Anzacs experienced in fighting in the heat and rain of New Guinea, has been called “the classic short novel of the New Guinea campaign.” He also wrote The Hollow Woodheap (1962), and a notable short story The Barambah Mob (1963), a humorous (and often anthologised) cricketing tale. His book length essay, The Colonial Australians (1975) was a bestseller. The Last Blue Sea won the first Mary Gilmore Prize.

Denholm was a scholarship boy at the Brisbane Church of England Grammar School. He fought in World War II with the 59th Battalion (Australia).