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Thursday, 18 February 1932


Dr MALONEY (MELBOURNE, VICTORIA) - In view of the fact that some Australians have expressed a desire to enlist with the object of taking part in the hostilities in the East, will the Government undertake to make it widely known that the Foreign Enlistment Act of Great Britain prevents any British subject from enlisting to fight for any nation which is at war with a nation friendly to Great Britain?


Mr LYONS - The Foreign Enlistment Act, to which the honorable member has referred, contains provisions of the nature mentioned by him.







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