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Whitlam stepped down after losing again at the 1977 election, retiring from Parliament in Upon the election of the Hawke Government in he was appointed as the Australian Ambassador to UNESCO, and remained active in public life well into his nineties.

Gough Whitlam ~The former Australian Prime Minister is being remembered as one of the "greatest reformist prime ministers".

One Of Australia's Greatest Prime Ministers Gough Whitlam Dead At 98

Gough Whitlam ~The former Australian Prime Minister is being remembered as one of the "greatest reformist prime ministers".

Julia Gillard, first female Prime Minister of Australia.

22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You

Two famous Australian Prime Ministers. On left, Prime Minister Harold Holt, Australia's 17th Prime Minister who went missing in 1967 while swimming. His body never found leading to conspiracy theories ranging from murder to alien abduction & kidnap by the Chinese. On right, Sir Robert Menzies, Australia's longest serving Prime Minister (18 years), who in 1939 had the "melancholy duty" to tell the country that "Australia is at war".

Two famous Australian Prime Ministers. On left, Prime Minister Harold Holt, Australia's 17th Prime Minister who went missing in 1967 while swimming. His body never found leading to conspiracy theories ranging from murder to alien abduction & kidnap by the Chinese. On right, Sir Robert Menzies, Australia's longest serving Prime Minister (18 years), who in 1939 had the "melancholy duty" to tell the country that "Australia is at war".

Free medical care, university education, Aboriginal land rights and the chance to vote at 18. All remembered as soaring achievements of the former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam who died o...

16 Completely Life-Changing Things Australians Can Thank Gough Whitlam For

Free medical care, university education, Aboriginal land rights and the chance to vote at 18. All remembered as soaring achievements of the former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam who died o...

Edmund Barton (left), the first Prime Minister of Australia, with Alfred Deakin, the second Prime Minister.

Edmund Barton (left), the first Prime Minister of Australia, with Alfred Deakin, the second Prime Minister.

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