Sir John McEwen, GCMG, CH (29 de marzo de 1900–20 de noviembre de 1980) fue un político australiano que se desempeñó como el 18º Primer Ministro de Australia, ocupando el cargo desde el 19 de diciembre de 1967 al 10 de enero de 1968, asumiendo dada la inhabilidad de poder hacerlo de Harold Holt, quien había desaparecido.
Sir John McEwen, GCMG, CH was an Australian politician who served as the 18th prime minister of Australia, holding office from 1967 to 1968 in a caretaker capacity after the disappearance of Harold Holt. He was the leader of the Country Party from 1958 to 1971. McEwen was born in Chiltern, Victoria. He was orphaned at the age of seven and raised by his grandmother, initially in Wangaratta and then in Dandenong. McEwen left school when he was 13 and joined the Australian Army at ...
John McEwen was born in Chiltern, Victoria on 29 March 1900. He was the son of David McEwen, a pharmacist and immigrant from Northern Ireland, and Amy Ellen Porter. McEwen was only 18 months old when his mother died. His father died when he was seven. His mother’s mother, a widow, then took McEwen and his younger sister in.
John McEwen (29 de marzo de 1900-20 de noviembre de 1980) fue un político y Primer Ministro Australiano. Hijo de un farmacéutico, McEwen estudió en la escuela estatal y a la edad de 16 años obtuvo un empleo público.
John McEuen was born in Oakland, California. In 1964, at age 18, he became interested in music after seeing a performance by the Dillards, and learned to play the banjo. Eventually, he took an interest in fiddle and mandolin. In 1986, after twenty years with the Dirt Band, McEuen departed to pursue a solo career.
John McEwen (born 5 March 1974 in California) is a retired American hammer thrower, who initially won a bronze medal at the 2003 Pan American Games. He later was disqualified due to a doping offence. He finished sixth at the 2002 IAAF World Cup .
John McEwen was born in Toronto in 1945. He currently lives and works in Hillsdale, Ontario. Co-founder and former director of A Space, John McEwen was honoured in 2007 with a Doctorate of Fine Arts from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta. He is recognized both internationally and across Canada for his many site-specific