First Curtin Ministry

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Curtin Ministry
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30th Ministry of Australia
Curtin Ministry 1941.jpg
Date formed7 October 1941
Date dissolved23 September 1943
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge VI
Governor-GeneralThe Earl of Gowrie
Prime MinisterJohn Curtin
Member partyLabor
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition partyCountryUAP coalition
Opposition leaderArthur Fadden
History
Outgoing election21 August 1943
PredecessorFadden Ministry
SuccessorSecond Curtin Ministry

The First Curtin Ministry was the thirtieth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and held office from 7 October 1941 to 21 September 1943.[1]

Ministry[edit]

Minister Portrait Title
  John Curtin MP JohnCurtin.jpg
  Frank Forde MP Frank Forde 1945.jpg
  Ben Chifley MP Benchifley.jpg
  Dr. H. V. Evatt KC MP Herbert Vere Evatt 1940 (cropped).jpg
  Jack Beasley MP Portrait of John Albert Beasley, MHR for West Sydney (cropped).jpg
  Norman Makin MP Makin-young.jpg
  Jack Holloway MP Jack Holloway.jpg
  Senator Richard Keane Richard Keane 1931-02 (cropped).jpg
  Arthur Drakeford MP Arthur Drakeford.jpg
  William Scully MP William Scully.jpg
  Senator Bill Ashley William Patrick Ashley.jpg
  Eddie Ward MP Eddie Ward 1941 (cropped).jpg
  George Lawson MP George Lawson.jpg
  Charles Frost MP Charles William Frost.jpg
  John Dedman MP John Dedman.jpg
  Bert Lazzarini MP Hubert Lazzarini.jpg
  Senator James Fraser James Macintosh Fraser.jpg
  Senator Don Cameron Senator Donald James Cameron 1938 (cropped).jpg

Assistant ministers[edit]

Minister Portrait Title
  Senator James Fraser James Macintosh Fraser.jpg
  Bert Lazzarini MP Bert Lazzarini (cropped).jpg
  Senator Don Cameron Senator Donald James Cameron 1938 (cropped).jpg
  Jack Holloway MP Jack Holloway.jpg
  George Lawson MP George Lawson.jpg

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 17 September 2010.