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Tuesday, 6 December 1938


Mr WHITE (BALACLAVA, VICTORIA) - Considerable publicity has been given to the Ellington report on the Royal Australian Air Force which contains a certain amount of criticism of the administration and efficiency of the force. Will the Minister for Defence lay on the table of the House, or let the public know, the answers to the criticism? It may be that the answers have been made known, but I have not been able to trace them. Will this information 'be supplied before the forthcoming parliamentary recess, and will as much publicity be given to the answers as to the criticism?







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