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Walter Nash


Obtained fame as the 27th Leading Minister of Brand-new Zealand from 1957 to 1960. He also offered his nation as the Minister of Fund and he was notably among the first members from the Labor Party. He was raised in an unhealthy family and transferred to New Zealand hoping of better chance. He liked to combine orange juice and gin at receptions. He was criticized for not really acting through the 1960 South African rugby tour during Apartheid. He previously four children along with his wife Lotty Might Eaton. He protested the procedures from the Lyndon B. Johnson administration through the Vietnam Battle.

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Full Name Walter Nash
Date Of Birth February 12, 1882
Place Of Birth England
Profession Politician
Nationality New Zealand
Star Sign Aquarius

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The Man from Snowy River 1982 Tall Man
The Last Outlaw 1980 TV Mini-Series James Whitty
Little Boy Lost 1978 Wally Westley
Against the Wind 1978 TV Mini-Series Landlord Buchanan
Power Without Glory 1976 TV Series Lygon
Tandarra 1976 TV Series Nash Snr
Until Tomorrow 1975 TV Series Jackson Kerridge
Shannon's Mob 1975 TV Series Sir Frederick Palmer
Inn of the Damned 1975 The Colonel
Division 4 1973-1975 TV Series Cecil / Vernon Mitchell
Homicide 1972-1974 TV Series Edgerton / Edward Connolly / Roger Greaves / ...
Matlock Police 1973 TV Series Colley Walker / Walter Brandon
The Quiet Season 1965 TV Movie Henry Nichols



The Ships That Flew 1974 Documentary P.G. Taylor

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