Portrait of Robert Menzies, circa 1930sAustralian Prime Minister Robert Menzies announcing the start of the European War, Sep 1939Australian Prime Minister Robert Menzies and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in ChurchillPrime Minister Curtin, Governor General of Australia Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Arthur Fadden, Billy Hughes, and Robert Menzies, 1940s
Portrait of Robert Menzies, circa 1930sAustralian Prime Minister Robert Menzies announcing the start of the European War, Sep 1939Australian Prime Minister Robert Menzies and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Churchill's office at 10 Downing Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 1941Prime Minister Curtin, Governor General of Australia Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Arthur Fadden, Billy Hughes, and Robert Menzies, 1940s
Robert Menzies, Winston Churchill, and John Winant in London, England, United Kingdom, 1940sPrime 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 1945
Robert Menzies, Winston Churchill, and John Winant in London, England, United Kingdom, 1940sPrime 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 1945
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