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Friday, 18 September 1942

Senator BROWN (QUEENSLAND) - Can the Minister representing the Minister for the Army say whether the valuable knowledge of the fighting tactics employed by the Japanese which was gained by LieutenantGeneral Bennett in Malaya has been fully employed by the General Staff, with a view to effecting certain changes in our own methods? If the question is one which should not be answered publicly, I would like the Minister to give an answer to me privately. The matter is important, because many people imagine - possibly quite wrongly - that the General Staff has not taken advantage of that information gained by our experienced military leaders.

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