Daly, Fred, From Curtin to Hawke, Sun Books, South Melbourne, 1984.
Faulkner, John and Macintyre, Stuart (eds), True Believers: the story of the federal parliamentary Labor Party, Angus and Robertson, Melbourne, 2001.
Freudenberg, Graham, A Certain Grandeur: Gough Whitlam in politics, Macmillan, South Melbourne, 1977.
Freudenberg, Graham, A Figure of Speech: a political memoir, John Wiley & Sons Australia, Milton, 2005.
Grassby, Al, The Morning After, Judicator Publications, Canberra, 1979.
Grassby, Al, The Tyranny of Prejudice, AE Press, Melbourne, 1984.
Griffiths, Billy, The China Breakthrough: Whitlam in the middle kingdom, 1971, Monash University Publishing, Clayton, 2012.
Hall, Richard, The Real John Kerr: his brilliant career, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1978.
Hayden, W, Hayden: an autobiography, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1996.
Hocking, Jenny, The Dismissal Dossier: everything you were never meant to know about November 1975, Melbourne University Publishing, Carlton, 2015.
Hocking, Jenny, Gough Whitlam: a moment in history, Volume One of Gough Whitlam: the biography, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 2008.
Hocking, Jenny, Gough Whitlam: his time, Volume Two of Gough Whitlam: the biography, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 2012.
Hocking, Jenny, Lionel Murphy: a political biography, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2000.
Hocking, Jenny and Lewis, Colleen, It's Time Again: Whitlam and modern Labor, Circa Books, Melbourne, 2003.
Kelly, Paul, November 1975: the inside story of Australia's greatest political crisis, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1995.
Kelly, Paul, The Unmaking of Gough, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1994.
Kerr, John, Matters for Judgment: an autobiography, MacMillan, South Melbourne, 1978.
Krieger, H (ed.), East Timor and the International Community: basic documents, Cambridge International Document Series Volume 10, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1997.
Langmore, D, Prime Ministers' Wives, McPhee Gribble, Melbourne, 1992.
Latham, M, The Latham Diaries, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2005.
Lloyd, Clem and Clark, Andrew, Kerr's King Hit!, Cassell Australia, Sydney, 1976.
Lloyd, Clem and Reid, Gordon, Out of the Wilderness, Cassell, Melbourne, 1974.
MacCallum, Mungo, The Whitlam Mob, Penguin Books. Sydney. 2014.
MacCallum, Mungo, Mungo: the man who laughs, Duffy and Snellgrove, Sydney, 2001.
Marr, David, Barwick: the classic biography of a man in power, 2nd edition, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1992.
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Mathews, Race, Meeting the Crisis: federal aid for education, pamphlet no. 15, Australian Fabian Society, Melbourne, 1967.
Mathews, Race, David Bennett: a memoir, pamphlet no. 44, Australian Fabian Society, Melbourne, 1985.
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McMullin, Ross, The Light on the Hill: the Australian Labor Party 1891–1991, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1991.
Menadue, John, Things You Learn Along the Way, David Lovell Publishing, Melbourne, 1999.
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Nolan, S (ed.), The Dismissal: where were you on 11 November 1975?, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2005.
Oakes, Laurie, Whitlam: a biography, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1973.
Oakes, Laurie, Grab for Power: election '74, Cheshire, Melbourne, 1974.
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Reid, Alan, The Whitlam Venture, Hill of Content, Melbourne, 1976.
Sawer, Geoffrey, Federation Under Strain: Australia 1972–1975, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1977.
Sawer, M and Radford, M, Making Women Count: a history of the Women's Electoral Lobby, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 2008.
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Strangio, Paul, Keeper of the Faith: a biography of Jim Cairns, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2002.
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These fact sheets provide a brief introduction to specific people, issues and types of records, along with relevant lists of records. The following is a selection of finding aids that have some relevance to Gough Whitlam or his records. Fact sheets are available online through the National Archives website.
|216||Prime Minister – Edward Gough Whitlam|
|215||Prime Minister – William McMahon|
|242||Prime Minister – John Malcolm Fraser|
|85||Prime Minister – John Grey Gorton|
|267||Prime Minister – Robert James Lee Hawke|
|241||John Robert Kerr, Governor-General of Australia, 1974–77|
|28||Paul Hasluck, Governor-General of Australia, 1974|
|247||Australia's diplomatic relations with China|
|251||Australia's national anthem|
|252||Tobacco advertising ban in Australia|
|255||Australia and the issue of apartheid in sport|
|164||National Service, 1965–72|
|224||The Wave Hill 'walk–off'|
|International Women's Year, 1975|
|239||The Loans Affair, 1974–75|
|240||The Dismissal, 1975|
|243||The fall of Saigon, 1975|
|262||Royal Commission on Intelligence and Security|
|261||Independence of Papua New Guinea, 1975|
|117||Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War|
|Cabinet records of the Whitlam government 1972–1975|