Category:Herbert Evatt

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H. V. Evatt 
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Australian judge and politician
Wikipedia
Date of birth 30 April 1894
East Maitland
Date of death 2 November 1965
Canberra
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Sydney Law School
  • University of Sydney
Occupation
Member of
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Member of political party
  • Australian Labor Party
Position held
  • Chief Justice of New South Wales (Kenneth Street, 15 February 1960, Leslie Herron, 24 October 1962)
  • Attorney-General of Australia (Billy Hughes, 7 October 1941, John Spicer, 19 December 1949)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs (Frederick Stewart, 7 October 1941, Percy Spender, 19 December 1949)
  • Member of the Australian House of Representatives (Albert Lane, Barton, 22 November 1958, 21 September 1940, Len Reynolds)
  • Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly (Robert Stopford, Balmain, 18 September 1930, 30 May 1925, John Quirk)
  • Member of the Australian House of Representatives (Rowley James, Hunter, 10 February 1960, 22 November 1958, Bert James)
  • ambassador
Authority control
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English: Herbert Vere ("Doc") Evatt was an international jurist, President of the United Nations General Assembly, leader of the Australian Labor Party and Leader of the Opposition 1951 - 1960.

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