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Wednesday, 16 September 1942


Senator FOLL (QUEENSLAND) .- It is not my intention to deal at length with the speech just delivered by Senator Lamp. However, I shall refer briefly to his opening remarks on India. Not only were those remarks quite unnecessary: they were also ill-advised, particularly at this time. To say the least, the present is most inopportune for a member of Parliament in any British country to make a speech of the kind just delivered by the honorable senator on the situation in India.


Senator Large - We must face facts.







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