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Second Curtin Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Second Curtin Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

30th Ministry of Australia
War Cabinet.jpg
Group photo of members of the Second Curtin Ministry
Date formed21 September 1943
Date dissolved6 July 1945
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge VI
Governor-GeneralLord Gowrie
The Duke of Gloucester
Prime MinisterJohn Curtin
No. of ministers19
Member partyLabor
Status in legislatureMajority government
Opposition partyUnited Australia/LiberalCountry coalition
Opposition leaderArthur Fadden
Robert Menzies
History
Election(s)21 August 1943
Legislature term(s)17th
PredecessorFirst Curtin Ministry
SuccessorForde Ministry

The Second Curtin Ministry (Labor) was the 30th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 14th Prime Minister, John Curtin. The Second Curtin Ministry succeeded the First Curtin Ministry, which dissolved on 21 September 1943 following the federal election that took place in August. The ministry was replaced by the Forde Ministry on 6 July 1945 following the death of Curtin - the second of three occasions where a sitting Prime Minister died in office.[1]

Frank Forde, who died in 1983, was the last surviving member of the Second Curtin Ministry; Forde was also the last surviving minister of the Scullin Government, First Curtin Ministry, Forde Government, and the First Chifley Ministry.

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Ministry

Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Rt Hon John Curtin
(1885–1945)

MP for Fremantle
(1934–1945)

JohnCurtin.jpg
  (Rt) Hon Frank Forde
(1890–1983)

MP for Capricornia
(1922–1946)

Frank Forde 1945.jpg
  Hon Ben Chifley
(1885–1951)

MP for Macquarie
(1940–1951)

Benchifley.jpg
  Rt Hon Dr H.V. Evatt KC
(1894–1965)

MP for Barton
(1940–1958)

Herbert Vere Evatt 1940 (cropped).jpg
  Hon Jack Beasley
(1895–1949)

MP for West Sydney
(1928–1946)

Portrait of John Albert Beasley, MHR for West Sydney (cropped).jpg
  Hon Norman Makin
(1889–1982)

MP for Hindmarsh
(1919–1946)

Makin-young.jpg
  Hon Richard Keane
(1881–1946)

Senator for Victoria
(1938–1946)

Senator Richard Keane.jpg
  Hon Jack Holloway
(1875–1967)

MP for Melbourne Ports
(1931–1951)

Jack Holloway 1940s.png
  Hon Arthur Drakeford
(1878–1957)

MP for Maribyrnong
(1934–1955)

Arthur Drakeford.jpg
  Hon William Scully
(1883–1966)

MP for Gwydir
(1937–1949)

William Scully.jpg
  Hon Bill Ashley
(1881–1958)

Senator for New South Wales
(1937–1958)

William Patrick Ashley.jpg
  Hon John Dedman
(1896–1973)

MP for Corio
(1940–1949)

John Dedman.jpg
  Hon Joe Collings
(1865–1955)

Senator for Queensland
(1932–1950)

Joseph Collings.jpg
  Hon Eddie Ward
(1899–1963)

MP for East Sydney
(1932–1963)

Eddie Ward 1941 (cropped).jpg
  Hon James Fraser
(1889–1961)

Senator for Western Australia
(1938–1959)

James Macintosh Fraser.jpg
  Hon Charles Frost
(1882–1964)

MP for Franklin
(1934–1946)

Charles William Frost.jpg
  Hon Bert Lazzarini
(1884–1952)

MP for Werriwa
(1934–1952)

Hubert Lazzarini.jpg
  Hon Don Cameron
(1878–1962)

Senator for Victoria
(1938–1962)

Senator Donald James Cameron 1938 (cropped).jpg
  Hon Arthur Calwell
(1896–1973)

MP for Melbourne
(1940–1972)

Arthur Calwell 1940.jpg

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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