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Brigadier-General Sir Ernest Makins
We have had a most interesting appreciation of the situation from my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for War as regards the past, present, and paulo-post future of the operations of the Army as a whole. I would like to detain the House for a few minutes on some rather wider issues: what sort of an Army are we going to have after the war? There are constant and insistent demands for...
Does not the Army A.C.I, begin with the words "In order to foster esprit de corps," and does the right hon. Gentleman think that this part of the A.C.I. will help that spirit? May I take it that it is not the policy of the War Office gradually to-destroy the individuality and identity of these old cavalry regiments?
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he will consider putting into operation the Adoption of Children (Regulation) Act, 1939, or at all events parts of it, to meet the present conditions which have arisen?
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