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Arthur Fadden

Sir Arthur Fadden (April 13, 1894 - April 21, 1973) was Prime Minister of Australia for a brief period between August 29 and October 7, 1941. He was also Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer in much of Robert Menzies' time in office, and spent a total of two years as acting Prime Minister at times during Menzies' rule.

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  • "Whenever something goes right it's credited to the Menzies Government - but when something goes wrong it's credited to the Menzies-Fadden Government!"

Previous Australian Prime Minister: Robert Menzies
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