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Australian Country Party, is a political party established in 1920, renamed to the National Country Party in 1975, then the National Party of Australia in 1985.

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Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
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Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
[Sydney : Australian Country Party. Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, 193-]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party. Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1931]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
by Australian Country Party (1920-1975)
Sydney : Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research, [1935?]
 
 
 
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