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Fifth Menzies Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fifth Menzies Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

35th Ministry of Australia
Menzies1951Ministry.jpg
The Fifth Menzies Ministry at their swearing-in
Date formed11 May 1951
Date dissolved9 July 1954
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge VI
Elizabeth II
Governor-General(Sir) William McKell
Sir William Slim
Prime MinisterRobert Menzies
No. of ministers20
Member partyLiberalCountry coalition
Status in legislatureCoalition majority government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderBen Chifley
H. V. Evatt
History
Election(s)28 April 1951
Outgoing election29 May 1954
Legislature term(s)20th
PredecessorFourth Menzies Ministry
SuccessorSixth Menzies Ministry

The Fifth Menzies Ministry (LiberalCountry Coalition) was the 35th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 12th Prime Minister, Robert Menzies. The Fifth Menzies Ministry succeeded the Fourth Menzies Ministry, which dissolved on 11 May 1951 following the federal election that took place in April. The ministry was replaced by the Sixth Menzies Ministry on 9 July 1954 following the 1954 federal election.[1]

Paul Hasluck, who died in 1993, was the last surviving member of the Fifth Menzies Ministry; Hasluck was also the last surviving member of the Sixth Menzies Ministry. John McEwen was the last surviving Country minister.

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Ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Rt Hon Robert Menzies CH QC
(1894–1978)

MP for Kooyong
(1934–1966)

Portrait Menzies 1950s.jpg
Country Rt Hon (Sir) Arthur Fadden (KCMG)
(1894–1973)

MP for McPherson
(1949–1958)

Arthur Fadden.jpg
Liberal (Rt) Hon (Sir) Eric Harrison (KCVO)
(1892–1974)

MP for Wentworth
(1931–1956)

Eric John Harrison.jpg
Liberal (Rt) Hon Harold Holt
(1908–1967)

MP for Higgins
(1949–1967)

HaroldHoltPortrait1953.JPG
Country (Rt) Hon John McEwen
(1900–1980)

MP for Murray
(1949–1971)

John McEwen 1950.jpg
Liberal Rt Hon Richard Casey CH DSO MC
(1890–1976)

MP for La Trobe
(1949–1960)

Lord Casey.jpg
Liberal Hon Philip McBride
(1892–1982)

MP for Wakefield
(1946–1958)

Philip McBride.jpg
Liberal Hon John Spicer QC
(1899–1978)

Senator for Victoria
(1950–1956)

John Spicer 1956 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Hon Neil O'Sullivan
(1900–1968)

Senator for Queensland
(1947–1962)

Neil O'Sullivan 1949 (cropped).jpg
Liberal Hon Howard Beale
(1898–1983)

MP for Parramatta
(1946–1958)

Howard Beale.jpg
Liberal Hon George McLeay
(1892–1955)

Senator for South Australia
(1950–1955)

George McLeay 1949 (cropped).jpg
Country Hon Larry Anthony
(1897–1957)

MP for Richmond
(1937–1957)

LarryAnthony1953.jpg
Country Rt Hon Sir Earle Page GCMG CH
(1880–1961)

MP for Cowper
(1919–1961)

Earle Page 1950.jpg
Liberal Hon Josiah Francis
(1890–1964)

MP for Moreton
(1922–1955)

Josiah Francis.jpg
Liberal Hon Bill Spooner MM
(1897–1966)

Senator for New South Wales
(1950–1965)

Sir William Spooner.jpg
Country Hon Walter Cooper MBE
(1888–1973)

Senator for Queensland
(1935–1968)

Walter Cooper.jpg
Liberal Hon Paul Hasluck
(1905–1993)

MP for Curtin
(1949–1969)

Paulhasluck.jpg
Liberal Hon Wilfrid Kent Hughes MVO MC
(1895–1970)

MP for Chisholm
(1949–1970)

Kenthughes.jpg
Liberal Hon Athol Townley
(1905–1963)

MP for Denison
(1949–1963)

AtholTownley1957.jpg
Liberal Hon William McMahon
(1908–1988)

MP for Lowe
(1949–1982) (in Ministry from 7 July 1951)

William McMahon 1950.jpg

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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