Yes, IOTL he was executed by the Germans on the orders of Himmler after he refused to collaborate with the Germans against the Soviets. Calbear created his backstory and him being at the Battle of Berlin, but I decided to have him as interim President of Poland and I created his later biography.In OTL, I believe he was a tragic casualty of the Warsaw uprising. It's nice to know he has an even more legendary and heroic profile here!
Anyways here are some Australia photos.
Robert Menzies (1894-1981), Prime Minister of Australia from 1939 to 1941 and 1949 to 1963. Curtin was PM during most of WWII, along with Arthur Fadden (1941), John Curtin (1941-1945) and Ben Chifley (1945-1949). Menzies' time as PM saw the major participation of the Australian armed forces during the Western European campaign of 1958-1959, his inspirational leadership during the later phase of the war and the rise of Australia as a major world power and a member of the A-4. Menzies, along with Curtin, is considered one of the best PMs in Australian history.
H.W. Evatt, PM of Australia from 1963 until his death in office on November 1, 1965. In the Australian election of 1963, the majority of the Australian electorate, fresh from the victory in the Second World War, desired a change of government from the post-war era. Evatt's brief premiership saw the rise of Australia as a major member of the A-4.
Arthur Calwell (1896-1972), PM of Australia from 1965-1966. The Calwell premiership fell from power due to the codicil that the A-4 powers would act as guarantors of payment of Japanese reparations to India and Chinese in return for Indian and Chinese pledges not to attempt to enforce payment by force of arms. This codicil that Australiia would be a guarantor to these payments led to the Calwell government suffering a vote of no-confidence from the Australian parliment, which was slightly dominated by the conservative Liberal-National coalition. Thus, a new Liberal government under Harold Holt (1908-2005) was formed and which lasted until 1972, when Labor returned to power under Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.