Francis Forde, who was Prime Minister for a mere 8 days, from 6 July 1945 to 13 July 1945.
Robert Menzies is the longest Australian prime minister who was the 12th prime minister. He served 16 years and 1 month and 7 days(one week) from the 26 April 1939 to the 26 August 1941.
Sir Charles Tupper served as Prime Minister of Canada in 1896 from May 1 to July 8, only 68 days.
William McMahon was the Australian Prime Minister for most of 1972, serving until 5 December, after which Edward "Gough" Whitlam became Prime Minister. Whitlam then served until his dismissal in November 1975.
They do not have a president, but a Prime Minister, their first prime minister was Sir Edmund Barton who served from January 1, 1901 - September 24, 1903.
The Australian Prime Minister who served the longest time in office was Sir Robert Gordon Menzies, who was Prime Minister for a total of 18 years, over two different terms.He served from 10 December 1949 to 20 January 1966. Prior to this, he had a much shorter stint as Prime Minister, from 26 April 1939 to 28 August 1941.
No. To date, there has been no indigenous Australian Prime Minister.
In 1919, the Australian Prime Minister was William 'Billy' Hughes.
The Australian prime Minister in 1916 was William 'Billy' Hughes.
John Grey Gorton became Australian Prime Minister on 9 January 1968.He served until 22 March 1971.
Edmund Barton served as the 1st Prime Minister of Australia from January 1, 1901 to September 24, 1903. Prior to becoming the Prime Minister, he was a member of the Australian Parliament.
Stanley Bruce was Prime Minister in Australia for most of 1929 - up until 12 October 1929. James Scullin then served as Prime Minister through to 19 December 1931.
The Australian Prime Minister in 1906 was Alfred Deakin, whose term was from 1905-1908. This was Deakin's second term. He also served as Prime Minister from 1903-04 and again from 1909-1910.
As of 2011, no. No Australian Prime Minister has been threatened in such a manner.
Robert Gordon Menzies (later Sir Robert) of the Australian Liberal Party, served as Prime Minister from 19 December 1949 until 26 January 1966. This was a period of 16 years, 1 month and 8 days, the longest term of any Australian Prime Minister before or since.
Ben Chifley was the Prime Minister of Australia from July 13, 1945 to December 19, 1949. The Prime Minister before him was Frank Forde who served for just one week following the death of the 14th Prime Minister, John Curtin.
The shortest serving Canadian Prime Minister was Sir Charles Tupper at 68 days in 1896.
The official residence of the Australian Prime Minister is The Lodge, in Canberra, the capital of Australia.
Australia's Prime Minister is not just the Prime Minister of the Australian Capital Territory, but the Prime Minister of the entire country. In 2012, this position is held by Julia Gillard.
He was an Australian judge after his job of Prime Minister
Francis (Frank) Forde served a term of just 8 days. He was Deputy Prime Minister during John Curtin's tenure, and when Curtin died suddenly, Forde led the government until Ben Chifley was elected eight days later.Second to Forde was Arthur Fadden, who held office for 40 days in 1941.
The Prime Minister of Australia in 1995 was Paul Keating. Mr Keating, of the Australian Labor Party (ALP), served from 20 December 1991 to 11 March 1996.
The Australian Prime Minister in 1979 was Malcolm Fraser.
Australia's Prime Minister in 1951 was Robert Menzies.