Gordon Donaldson (journalist)

Gordon Donaldson (Journalist)

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Archibald Gordon Clark Donaldson (August 18, 1926 – June 2001) was a Scottish-CanadianPeter Worthington, "Gordon Donaldson; a literary gem in his prime," Whitehorse Star. Whitehorse, Yukon: June 19, 2001. pg. 7. author and journalist. He appeared on television and also produced television programming.

Early life

Donaldson was born in Glasgow. He went to school until he was 16 and then worked for the Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald. In 1944 he joined the British Army."Reporter covered 'mun' landings for CBC Television: Glasgow accent: Newsman wrote history books about Canada," National Post. Don Mills, Ontario: June 15, 2001. pg. A.16."Toronto reporter and writer Gordon Donaldson dies at 74," Expositor, Brantford, Ontario: June 12, 2001, pg. A.24.


During the close of World War II, Donaldson worked for the British Intelligence Corps. He did much reporting on anti-Semitism in Germany after the war. After immigrating to Canada with his wife Nina in 1954, Donaldson took up a job at the newspaper Toronto Telegram, and indeed one of his obituaries recalls him as having worked for the...
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