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Latest revision as of 12:44, 23 February 2018

Person.png Malcolm Fraser   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(Politician)
BornJohn Malcolm Fraser
1930-05-21
Toorak, Victoria, Australia
Died2015-03-20 (Age 84)
Melbourne, Victoria
Alma materMagdalen College, Oxford
Children4
Relatives • Simon Fraser
• Sr.
• Simon Fraser
• Jr.
SpouseTamie Beggs
PartyLiberal Party,  (1955–2009)

Employment.png Prime Minister of Australia Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
11 November 1975 - 11 March 1983
Preceded byGough Whitlam
Succeeded byBob Hawke

Employment.png Leader of the Liberal Party

In office
21 March 1975 - 11 March 1983

Employment.png Minister for Education and Science

In office
20 August 1971 - 5 December 1972

Employment.png Minister for Education and Science

In office
28 February 1968 - 12 November 1969
Preceded byJohn Gorton

Employment.png Minister for Defence

In office
12 November 1969 - 8 March 1971

Employment.png Minister for the Army

In office
26 January 1966 - 28 February 1968

Employment.png Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
21 March 1975 - 11 November 1975
Succeeded byGough Whitlam

21 May 1930|20 March 2015|


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