Fadden Government
The Fadden Government was the federal Executive Government of Australia led by Prime Minister Arthur Fadden. As leader of the Country Party, Fadden led a United Australia Party-Country Party coalition...
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Jock Garden
John Smith "Jock" Garden (13 August 1882 – 31 December 1968), clergyman, Australian trade unionist and politician, was one of the founders of the Communist Party of Australia.
Garde...
Queensland Labor Party
The Queensland Labor Party (QLP) was a political party of Queensland, Australia formed in 1957 by a breakaway group of the then ruling Australian Labor Party Government after the expulsion of Premier ...
Australian Labor Party (NSW)
The Australian Labor Party (NSW), commonly known as Lang Labor, was the name given to a major breakaway of the Australian Labor Party in New South Wales that operated from 1931 to 1936.In 1931 Jack La...
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Industrial Labor Party
The Industrial Labor Party or Heffron Labor Party was a short-lived but influential political party active in New South Wales between 1938 and 1939. It was a splinter group of the Australian Labor Par...
Australian Labor Party (Non-Communist)
The Australian Labor Party (Non-Communist) was the second Lang Labor breakaway party, associated with New South Wales Premier Jack Lang. It operated from 1940 to 1941.Following the disappearance of th...
Tony Luchetti
Anthony Sylvester "Tony" Luchetti, AM (27 May 1904 – 11 July 1984) was a long serving Australian federal member of parliament.Born of Italian/Irish parentage in Lowther, New South Wales, Luchetti was ...
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Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist)
The Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist) (ALP-AC) was the name initially used by the right-wing group which split away from the Australian Labor Party in 1955, and which later became the Democratic...
Bert Lazzarini
Hubert Peter "Bert" Lazzarini (8 September 1884 – 1 October 1952) was an Australian politician, holding the division of Werriwa as the Australian Labor Party member for most years from 1919 until his ...
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Dan Mulcahy
Daniel "Dan" Mulcahy (7 January 1882 – 13 July 1953) was an Australian politician. Born in Milltown, Ireland, he was educated at Irish Catholic schools and migrated to Australia as a youth. He b...
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Tom Sheehan (politician)
Thomas "Tom" Sheehan (14 April 1891 – 26 March 1955) was an Australian politician. Born in Sydney, he attended Catholic schools before becoming an engine-driver and official of the Australian Federate...
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National Labor Party
The National Labor Party was formed by Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes in 1916. Hughes had taken over as leader of the Australian Labor Party and Prime Minister of Australia when anti-conscript...
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Industrial Socialist Labor Party
The Industrial Socialist Labor Party was a short lived socialist political party in Australia in the late 1910s and early 1920s. It was founded by radical socialist members of the industrial wing of t...
Majority Labor Party
The Majority Labor Party, sometimes called the Majority Australian Labor Party, was an Australian political party formed by federal Australian Labor Party MP James Catts in 1922. It did not win any se...
United Australia Party
The United Australia Party (UAP) was an Australian political party that was founded in 1931 and dissolved in 1945. It was the political successor to the Nationalist Party of Australia (1917–1931) and ...
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John Eldridge (politician)
John Chambers Eldridge (1872 — 17 April 1954), Australian politician, was the Member for the Division of Martin in the Australian House of Representatives from 12 October 1929 to 19 December 193...
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Lang Labor
Lang Labor was the name for three successive break-away sections of the Australian Labor Party, all led by the New South Wales Labor leader Jack Lang premier of NSW (1925–27, 1930–32).
Lang was el...
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James Dunn (Australian politician)
James Patrick Digger Dunn (20 August 1887 – 21 November 1945) was an English-born Australian politician. Born in Liverpool, he received a primary education before migrating to Australia in 1903,...
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State Labor Party
The State Labor Party, also known as State Labor Party (Hughes-Evans), was an Australian political party which operated exclusively in the state of New South Wales (NSW) in the early 1940s. The party ...
Horace Foley
Horace John Foley (23 November 1900 – 3 July 1989) was an Australian medical practiotioner and mayor of Glebe.Foley was born at Mudgee to schoolteacher James Foley and Margaret Mary, née English...
Lyons Government
The Lyons Government was the federal Executive Government of Australia led by Prime Minister Joseph Lyons. It was made up of members of a United Australia Party in the Australian Parliament from Janua...
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James Lang (politician)
James Christian Lang (25 March 1910 – 14 December 2002) was an Australian politician. The son of Jack Lang, Premier of New South Wales 1925–27 and 1930–32, he succeeded his father as...
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Democratic Labor Party (historical)
The Democratic Labor Party (DLP) was an Australian political party. The party came into existence in 1955 as the Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist), was renamed the Democratic Labor Party in 1957...
Joe Gander
Joseph Herbert "Joe" Gander (1888 – 22 November 1954) was an Australian politician. Born in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, he received a primary education before becoming a billiardmaker and...
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