Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pouring soil into the hands of traditional owner Vincent Lingiari, 1975.

Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pouring soil into the hands of traditional owner Vincent Lingiari, 1975.

Former Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House, November 11, 1975......a notable day in Australian politics.

Former Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam on the steps of Parliament House, November 11, 1975......a notable day in Australian politics.

Bob Hawke and Gough Whitlam - past Prime Ministers...CAN WE HAVE THEM BACK? PLEASE.

Bob Hawke and Gough Whitlam - past Prime Ministers...CAN WE HAVE THEM BACK? PLEASE.

Gough Whitlam bats in a Labor Party picnic cricket event, 1977.

Gough Whitlam bats in a Labor Party picnic cricket event, 1977.

Gough Whitlam influenced me to do good things with my life, thank you Gough.

Gough Whitlam influenced me to do good things with my life, thank you Gough.


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Gough Whitlam (1916–2014) held office from 5 December 1972 to 11 November 1975

Gough Whitlam (1916–2014) held office from 5 December 1972 to 11 November 1975

Rest in Peace you incredible man. Thank you for the changes you brought to the world. I hope that your efforts will not have been in vain and we can live in a world of true equality and justice for all Australians and indeed all people.

Rest in Peace you incredible man. Thank you for the changes you brought to the world. I hope that your efforts will not have been in vain and we can live in a world of true equality and justice for all Australians and indeed all people.

It’s Time: Whitlam’s 1972 Election Policy Speech Nov 13, 1972 The policy speech delivered by Gough Whitlam for the 1972 Federal elections is one of the few such speeches that are remembered decades on. In it, Whitlam set out the “program” he intended to implement in government.  - See more at: http://whitlamdismissal.com/1972/11/13/whitlam-1972-election-policy-speech.html#sthash.pMvjdiPl.PsDWJ4ic.dpuf

It’s Time: Whitlam’s 1972 Election Policy Speech Nov 13, 1972 The policy speech delivered by Gough Whitlam for the 1972 Federal elections is one of the few such speeches that are remembered decades on. In it, Whitlam set out the “program” he intended to implement in government. - See more at: http://whitlamdismissal.com/1972/11/13/whitlam-1972-election-policy-speech.html#sthash.pMvjdiPl.PsDWJ4ic.dpuf

This notice of motion was written by Gough Whitlam at The Lodge on 11 November 1975, shortly after his dismissal by the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr. The note paper shows fold lines, presumably from being carried in the suit pocket of Gough Whitlam for his return to Parliament House.

This notice of motion was written by Gough Whitlam at The Lodge on 11 November 1975, shortly after his dismissal by the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr. The note paper shows fold lines, presumably from being carried in the suit pocket of Gough Whitlam for his return to Parliament House.

7 Brilliant Gough Whitlam Quotes That Are Still Relevant Today

7 Brilliant Gough Whitlam Quotes That Are Still Relevant Today

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Found on twitter who found it in a Melbourne lane way.

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The Bulletin (Australia), January 1962. (Gough Whitlam)

The Bulletin (Australia), January 1962. (Gough Whitlam)

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