William McMahon

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Person.png William McMahon  Rdf-icon.png
(Lawyer, politician)
BornWillam McMahon
1908-02-23
Redfern, New South Wales, Australia
Died1988-03-31 (Age 80)
Potts Point, New South Wales, Australia
Alma materSydney Grammar School, University of Sydney
Children • 3
• including
• Julian
Parents • William McMahon
• Sr. Mary Ann Walder
Spouse • Sonia Hopkins
• Lady McMahon
PartyLiberal Party of Australia

[[|x22px|link=Prime Minister of Australia]] Prime Minister of Australia Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
10 March 1971 - 5 December 1972
Preceded byJohn Gorton
Succeeded byGough Whitlam

[[|x22px|link=Leader of the Opposition]] Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 December 1972 - 20 December 1972
Preceded byGough Whitlam

[[|x22px|link=Leader of the Liberal Party]] Leader of the Liberal Party

In office
22 March 1971 - 20 December 1972

[[|x22px|link=Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party]] Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
26 January 1966 - 10 March 1971

Employment.png Father of the Parliament

In office
1 July 1981 - 4 January 1982

Employment.png Father of the House of Representatives

In office
11 November 1977 - 4 January 1982

Employment.png Minister for Foreign Affairs

In office
12 November 1969 - 22 March 1971

Employment.png Treasurer of Australia

In office
26 January 1966 - 25 October 1969

Employment.png Vice-President of the Executive Council

In office
10 June 1964 - 26 January 1966

Employment.png Minister for Labour and National Service

In office
10 December 1958 - 26 January 1966

Employment.png Minister for Commerce and Agriculture

In office
11 January 1956 - 10 December 1958

Employment.png Minister for Social Services

In office
9 July 1954 - 28 February 1956

Employment.png Minister for the Navy

In office
17 July 1951 - 9 July 1954

Employment.png Minister for the Air Force

In office
17 July 1951 - 9 July 1954

Employment.png Member of the Australian Parliament for Lowe

In office
10 December 1949 - 13 March 1982

Employment.png Minister for Primary Industry

In office
11 January 1956 - 10 December 1958



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