Oral Answers to Questions — British Army. – in the House of Commons on 27th January 1942.
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asked the Secretary of State for War how soon it is intended to appoint Lieutenant-General Sir Alan Cunningham, recently relieved of his command in Libya, to a new post; and whether he will state the nature of that post?
Lieutenant-General Sir Alan Cunningham is at present
on sick leave, and the question of his re-employment will not arise until he is once again passed fit for duty.
Has the Minister himself seen Sir Alan Cunningham since he came home, and is he satisfied that he has been placed in the correct medical category?
That is not really for me to decide.
Has the Minister seen Sir Alan Cunningham since he came home?
Is it not a fact that Lieutenant-General Sir Alan Cunningham did very well in Abyssinia?
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