Page, Earle, 1880-1961

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Page, a surgeon during World War I, was elected to the federal seat of Cowper in 1919; helped found the Country Party and was leader from 1920 to 1939; was Treasurer in the Bruce-Page government, 1923-1929; served in the second Lyons Ministry; was Prime Minister, briefly, in 1939; was a minister in the Menzies and Fadden governments of 1940-1941; and was Minister for Health in the Menzies governments of the early 1950's. See Truant surgeon (A. & R., 1963).

From the description of Papers of Earle Page, 1908-1961 [manuscript]. 1908-1961. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225820738

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associatedWith Ellis, Ulrich, 1904-1981. person
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World War, 1939-1945
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Birth 1880-08-08

Death 1961-12-20

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