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Prime Minister John Curtin exiting from Lancaster bomber King, Smuts, Churchill, Fraser, and Curtin and the first Commonwealth Prime MinistersJohn Curtin speaking to pilots of No. 463 (Lancaster) Squadron RAAF at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944Prime Minister John Curtin with airmen of No. 467 (Lancaster) Squadron RAAF at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944
Prime Minister John Curtin exiting from Lancaster bomber 'G for George', RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, circa May 1944King, Smuts, Churchill, Fraser, and Curtin and the first Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference, London, England, United Kingdom, 1 May 1944John Curtin speaking to pilots of No. 463 (Lancaster) Squadron RAAF at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944Prime Minister John Curtin with airmen of No. 467 (Lancaster) Squadron RAAF at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944
Billy Hughes, John Curtin, and Prince Henry in Canberra, Australia, 1945Prime Minister John Curtin, Governor General Prince Henry, former Prime Minister Arthur Fadden (background), former Prime Minister Billy Hughes, and former Prime Minister Robert Menzies, 30 Jan 1945Former Prime Minister John Curtin
Billy Hughes, John Curtin, and Prince Henry in Canberra, Australia, 1945Prime Minister John Curtin, Governor General Prince Henry, former Prime Minister Arthur Fadden (background), former Prime Minister Billy Hughes, and former Prime Minister Robert Menzies, 30 Jan 1945Former Prime Minister John Curtin's casket laying under military guard, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 6 Jul 1945

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