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Description Harold Holt and Lyndon B. Johnson at reception
Date 20 October 1966
Source Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. Image Serial Number: A3338-18A.
Author Yoichi R. Okamoto
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Deutsch: Er wurde 1935 für die United Australia Party in das Repräsentantenhaus gewählt. Mit 27 war er eines der jüngsten Mitglieder. 1940 trat er der Armee bei, ohne seinen Sitz aufzugeben. Kurz darauf wurde er Arbeitsminister und erwarb den Spitznamen Gunner Holt.
English: Harold Edward Holt CH ( 5 August 1908– presumed dead 17 December 1967) was an Australian
Italiano: Harold Edward Holt CH nato a Sidney il 5 agosto 1908 e morto a Cheviot Beach il 17 dicembre 1967, diciassettesimo premier australiano, oggi è ricordato per le bizzarre circostanze della sua morte.
Simple English: Harold Edward Holt ( 5 August 1908 - 17 December 1967) was the 17th Prime Minister of Australia. He became Prime Minister after the retirement of Robert Menzies. He supported the United States in the Vietnam War. He disappeared while swimming at a beach in Victoria in December 1967. His body was never found.

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