Franks Hardy's grand daughter Marieke who is also a wirter with her father Allan Hardy.
Allan Hardy in the back streets of Collingwood which featured in Frank Hardy's POWER WITHOUT GLORY
Allan Hardy presents his father's file in this episode of Persons Of Interest. Here he shows a file page which has mainly been censored before being released.
Associate Professor David McKnight one of the kleading scholars on the history and politics of ASIO.
Frank Hardy at work
Franks signing books after his acquital on charges of criminal libel.
Frank Hardy reading at a meeting of the Frank Hardy Defence committee. The fact that many people of the left supported Hardy in his legal trouble piqued ASIO's interest. His acquittal drew culture itself into the crosshairs of the intelligence service.
Roger Milliss (left) & Frank Hardy in Moscow in the early 1960s.
Retired Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia, whose step grand father was the National treasurer of the Communist Party of Australia who was inprisoned for carrying communist literature and was ironically preparing an appeal to the High Court when the USSR entered WW11 and he was released.
Jack Mundey, past president of the Communist Part of Australia and sedcretary of the NSW Builders Laborers Federation. It was thje BLF which instituted Green Bans, which saved much of the historic parts of Sydney.
Professor Des Ball from the A.N.U. one of Australia's leading political scholars.