David Thomson (New Zealand politician)

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David Thomson
David Spence Thomson.jpg
Thomson in 1969
23rd Minister of Defence
In office
12 December 1966 9 February 1972
Political offices
Preceded by Minister of Police
1969–1972
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Justice
19751978
Succeeded by
New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Stratford
19631978
Constituency abolished
In abeyance
Title last held by
Charles Bellringer
Member of Parliament for Taranaki
19781984
Succeeded by