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The Hawke memoirs (Don Woodward Collection)

From the Collection of Unions Ballarat 24 Camp Street Ballarat Victoria

Description
Paper; book.

Front cover: blue, black and white with a photograph of Bob Hawke.
Size
25 cm; 618 pages
Object Registration
B0163.2
Keywords
btlc, ballarat trades and labour council, ballarat trades hall, hawke, bob, hawke, robert, alp, australian labor party, australian history, hayden, bill, fraser, malcolm, prime minister, leader of the opposition, elections, keating, paul, hawke, hazel, actu, unions, autobiography, memoirs, government, parliament
Historical information
Bob Hawke was a union leader and subsequently became Prime Minister of Australia. He became Prime Minister in 1983 and was ultimately usurped as by ALP treasurer, Paul Keating, in 1991.
When Made
1994
Made By
Hawke, Bob (Maker)
Significance
Relevant to the history of Australian Labor Party and Australian parliamentary politics. Autobiographical interest - Bob Hawke.
Inscriptions & Markings
Front cover: Title and a facsimile of Bob Hawke's signature.
Last updated
8 Nov 2018 at 4:31PM