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What does UAP stand for?

UAP stands for United Australia Party (political party)

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Until recently, there was no full biography of George Foster Pearce, the Labor, then Nationalist, then United Australia Party (UAP) politician who, among other achievements, established the Royal Australian Navy, the Royal Military College at Duntroon, and the Australian Flying Corps.
In 1931, the Nationalist Party was reformed, again with Labour defectors and changed its name to the United Australia Party, winning the December 1931 General Election by a landslide and so able to form a government in its own right.
He held the Victorian seat of Balaclava for 22 years from 1929 to 1951 first for the National Party, from 1931 for the United Australia Party and from 1944 for the Liberal Party.