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Category:Arthur Fadden

Arthur Fadden 
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Australian politician, 13th Prime Minister of Australia
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Date of birth 13 April 1894
Ingham
Date of death 21 April 1973
Brisbane
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Member of political party
  • National Party of Australia
Position held
  • Prime Minister of Australia (Robert Menzies, 7 October 1941, 29 August 1941, John Curtin, 13)
  • Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (Harry Bruce, 11 June 1932, Kennedy, 11 May 1935)
  • Member of the Australian House of Representatives (Littleton Groom, Darling Downs, 10 December 1949, 6 November 1936, Reg Swartz, Darling Downs by-election, 1936)
  • Treasurer of Australia (Ben Chifley, 19 December 1949, Harold Holt, 9 December 1958)
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport (James Fairbairn, 14 August 1940, John McEwen, 28 October 1940)
  • Member of the Australian House of Representatives (McPherson, 22 November 1958, 10 December 1949, Charles Barnes, Australian federal election, 1949)
Award received
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (12 June 1958)
  • Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (7 June 1951)
Authority control
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English: Sir Arthur William Fadden, GCMG (April 13, 1894–April 21, 1973), Australian politician and 13th Prime Minister of Australia

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