Australia's Prime Ministers
Joseph Cook, 1913–14
- Minister for Defence, June 1909–August 1910
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[Official History, 1914–18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Diary, Jun 1918; includes references to W M Hughes, Sir Joseph Cook and the higher command of the AIF. [Original – 1st set]
AWM38, 3DRL 606/115/1
[Official History, 1914–18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Correspondence, 1928–34; documents the writing of volume XI of the official history and covers T W Heney's ill-health, payment and resignation, transfer of manuscripts to Sir Ernest Scott, his use of Versailles Peace Conference records, cabinet records and Lord Novar's papers, recruiting in 1915, the first contingent's departure, the index of Heney's notebooks, posters, photographs and portraits; correspondents include Bean, Heney, Sir Ernest Scott, the Department of Defence, Sir William Glasgow, A W Bazley, T H E Heyes, J L Treloar, the Government Printing Office, W M Hughes, H S Nicholas, Sir Joseph Cook, Sir Henry Barraclough, Sir George Pearce, the Australian Red Cross Society, the Department of Agriculture, Sir Robert Garran, Norman Lindsay and Sir Keith Murdoch
AWM38, 3DRL 7953/16
Keywords: Joseph Cook
Location: Australian War Memorial
Reference numbers: AWM38
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