John Carrick (Australian Politician)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sir John Leslie Carrick, AC, KCMG (b. 4 September 1918) is a former Australian politician. Carrick studied economics at the University of Sydney (B.Ec. 1941). Before he was able to commence his career to any great degree he fought with the Sparrow Force of the Australian Army during World War II. He was landed on Timor but was captured by the Japanese. He spent the rest of the war years in captivity in Changi prison camp and at various times he worked on the notorious Burma Railway. At the end of the war he was seconded to the Supreme Allied Commander, Lord Mountbatten.
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- 29 Apr 2012
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