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Arthur Robert Hoyle (born 1922) is an Australian historian and biographer. Born in Sydney, Australia in 1922 to Arthur Hoyle (1896-1971) and Gertrude Underwood (1895-1972), he served in the Royal Air Force as a Navigator during World War II where he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. He returned to Australia and married Moira Peisley (1924-1998). He has four sons, Arthur, Phillip, Warwick and Andrew (dec).

He served in the Australian Public Service and later taught Administration at the University of Canberra. He holds the degrees of BA (Hons) and Dip Ed (University of Sydney) and M.SocSci (University of Birmingham).

He is best known for his biographies.

Biographies

  • King O'Malley: The American Bounder, A.R. Hoyle, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1981
  • Roderick Flanagan: A bright flame too soon extinguished, A.R. Hoyle, SP, Canberra, 1988
  • Into the Darkness: A personal memoir (Autobiography), A.R. Hoyle, SP, Canberra, 1989
  • Eddie Ward: The Truest Labor Man, A.R. Hoyle, SP, Canberra, 1994
  • The Life of John Hunter: Navigator, Governor, Admiral, A.R. Hoyle, Mulini Press, Canberra, 2001
  • Hughie Edwards VC: The Fortunate Airman, A.R Hoyle, Mulini Press, Canberra, 2001

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