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Policy speech by the leader of the Opposition : [delivered] over the national broadcasting network, Wednesday, August 28, 1940 (8 p.m. Eastern time) from Perth / John Curtin
Bib ID 1819211
Format BookBook
Author
Australian Labor Party
 
Description 1940 
10 leaves ; 34 cm. 
Notes

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Subjects Australian Labor Party -- Platforms.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1939-1945.
Other authors/contributors Curtin, John, 1885-1945

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