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Friday, 4 July 1941

Senator BROWN - In view of the statements made by Senator A. J. McLachlan and myself with regard to propaganda, will the Government consider the advisability of affording facilities for capable members of this Parliament to speak to the people over the national broadcasting stations and to give to them reliable information in regard to the way in which Germany is treating people in concentration camps, so that they may bring' forcibly to the notice of the people the inhumanity of the German authorities, and the danger to us if Germany ever got control of this country ?

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