Frederick Chaney interviewed by Bruce Edwards in the Parliament's oral history project [sound recording]
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- Chaney, Frederick Charles, 1914-2001, interviewee
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- 1983 July 14
- 2 audio cassettes (ca.122 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
- Parliament's oral history project.
Sir Frederick Chaney speaks of his early life; teaching career; involvement in RSL; entry into politics; politicians and issues during his career; relations between Liberal and Country Parties; Foreign Affairs; Immigration; Repatriation; Government Whip; Minister for Navy; Voyager disaster; Vietnam; Holt's disappearance.
Chaney held the seat of Perth, W.A., for the Liberal Party from December 1955 to October 1969. He was Minister for the Navy from March 1964 to December 1966.
- Parliament's oral history project is an ongoing project administered by the Australian Parliamentary Library focussing on retired parliamentarians and their political careers.
- Recorded on 14 July 1983.
- Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-217774167
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