In December of 1967, Prime Minister Harold Holt went for a swim off the coast of Portsea, Victoria on a windy but clear day. Almost instantly he vanished and was simply never seen or heard from again.

In December of Prime Minister Harold Holt went for a swim off the coast of Portsea, Victoria on a windy but clear day. Almost instantly he vanished and was simply never seen or heard from again.

Bob Hawke - 23rd Prime Minister of Australia, he is Labours 2nd Longest and 3rd longest Prime Minister

Bob Hawke - Prime Minister of Australia, he is Labours Longest and longest Prime Minister

Bob Hawke

BOB HAWKE ~ (born 9 December was the Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Labor Party from 1983 to

Hilarious article: "Old men croaking like cane toads" is how Bill Hayden describes the ongoing rivalry between Paul Keating & Bob Hawke http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/feud-glorious-feud-20121226-2bw08.html

Hilarious article: "Old men croaking like cane toads" is how Bill Hayden describes the ongoing rivalry between Paul Keating & Bob Hawke http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/feud-glorious-feud-20121226-2bw08.html

Julia Gillard ousted as Australian PM after losing leadership ballot to rival Kevin Rudd - Australasia - World - The Independent

Three years after being knifed by Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd gets revenge and returns as Australian Prime Minister

In an extraordinary turnaround in political fortunes, Australia's former prime minister, Kevin Rudd, wrestled the top job back today from Julia Gillard, who ousted him nearly three years ago to the day.

After Words, Paul Keating

Fishpond Australia, After Words: The Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches by Paul Keating. Buy Books online: After Words: The Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches, ISBN Paul Keating

Australian Prime Minister, Harold Holt, and US President, Lyndon B. Johnson, at the White House in October 1966.

Australian Prime Minister, Harold Holt, and US President, Lyndon B. Johnson, at the White House in October


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