Wartime Australians: Billy Hughes

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An illustrated biography of Australian Prime Minister Billy Hughes. William Morris Hughes was Prime Minister from 1915-1923. A man who had as many enemies as admirers, he was strongly committed to the war and was an ardent supporter of the AIF. Hughes devoted his prime ministership to ensuring that Australia's voice was heard in England.

Soft cover, photographs, 52 pages.

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