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Paul McGuire (diplomat) (Dominic Mary Paul McGuire) was born on 3 April, 1903 in Peterborough, South Australia, is a diplomat. Discover Paul McGuire (diplomat)’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 75 years old?

Popular As Dominic Mary Paul McGuire
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Age 75 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 3 April 1903
Birthday 3 April
Birthplace Peterborough, South Australia
Date of death (1978-06-15) North Adelaide, South Australia
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Nationality Australia

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McGuire died on 15 June 1978 in North Adelaide, South Australia.


In March 1954, Casey announced McGuire’s appointment as Minister to Italy.


In April 1953, Minister for External Affairs Richard Casey, Baron Casey announced McGuire’s appointment as Australian Ambassador to Ireland, saying that the Department of External Affairs was “inadequate in sufficiently senior and experienced career personnel to fill all the Australian posts abroad,” and that it was necessary to draw on experienced people from outside the department to fill some overseas posts. McGuire did not formally take up his post due to a dispute between the Australian and Irish governments about the style of his credentials. The Australian Government wanted for McGuire’s title to be Ambassador to Southern Ireland, while the Irish Government wanted his title to be Ambassador to the President of the Republic of Ireland. No agreement was secured between the two governments.


In 1949 McGuire’s book There’s Freedom for the Brave was published to favourable reviews, including in The New York Times and Life magazine.


During World War II, McGuire was an officer of the Royal Australian Naval Volunteer Reserve. In May 1945, McGuire was demobilised from the Navy and took up a role as special European correspondent for The Argus newspaper. In the role he visited Ireland, France, the Scandinavian countries, Holland, Belgium and Germany; meeting Konrad von Preysing and Martin Niemöller whilst in Germany. McGuire returned to Australia in January 1947, having also visited Canada and the United States on the way home. While in North America McGuire met personally then US President Harry S. Truman and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King.


McGuire began story-writing with detective stories, some of which were published in the United Kingdom. Between 1932 and 1936, McGuire published ten novels, a book of verse and an essay on the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.


Dominic Mary (Paul) McGuire CBE (3 April 1903 – 15 June 1978) was an Australian writer, public servant and diplomat.

McGuire was born in Peterborough, South Australia on 3 April 1903. His father, James McGuire, was the Railways Commissioner. He attended Christian Brothers College, Adelaide and the University of Adelaide. At university he was the Tinline Scholar in History. Also as a university student he helped to organise Save the Children Australia raising money for famine relief targeted to Russian children following World War I.