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Charles Evans Hughes

(1862—1948)

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John Christian Watson

John Christian Watson  

(b. 9 Apr. 1867, d. 18 Nov. 1941).Prime Minister of Australia 1904 Born in Valparaiso (Chile), he arrived in Sydney in 1886, became active in the Trades and Labour Council (TLC) from 1890, becoming a ...
Labor Party

Labor Party  

(Australia) The oldest surviving political party in Australia. Founded in the 1880s and 1890s, the title of the Labor groups varied from state to state until 1918, when all adopted the name ...
National Labor Party, Australia

National Labor Party, Australia  

A short‐lived political party formed on 14 November 1916 after the expulsion of Hughes and his supporters from the Australian Labor Party over their support for conscription in World War I. It merged ...
Stanley Melbourne Bruce

Stanley Melbourne Bruce  

(1883–1967)was prime minister of Australia 1923–29, high commissioner in London 1933–45, company director, and man of imperial affairs. A product of mercantile Melbourne, he assimilated so ...

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