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Sidney Allinson (born in Witton le Wear, Durham, England, October 20, 1930) is a Canadian author and military historian. He was a Creative Director with Ogilvy & Mather International Advertising, then served as Communications Policy Adviser to the Ontario Government. Sidney Allinson now resides in Victoria, British Columbia, having previously lived in Toronto, Ontario and Houston, Texas. He is a past-Director of the Royal Canadian Military Institute, Chairman of the Pacific Coast Branch of the Western Front Association, and President of the Winston Spencer Churchill Society of Vancouver Island.
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He grew up in Southport, UK attended Christ Church Secondary School, was employed by The Southport Guardian newspaper, and served overseas with Great Britain's Royal Air Force before emigrating to Canada in 1951.
He has written factual military history including "The Bantams: The untold story of World War One," and historically-based fiction, including Kruger's Gold, a novel set during the Second Anglo-Boer War, and "Jeremy Kane: A Canadian historical novel of the 1837 Mackenzie Rebellion and its brutal aftermath in the penal colonies of Australia.