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Thursday, 25 September 1941

Senator CAMERON (VICTORIA) asked the Minister representing the Minister for the Army, upon notice -

Has the Government issued any instruction or regulation which would allow any young man under the age of 21 years to enlist as a member of the Australian Imperial Force without the consent of his parents?

Senator FOLL - The Minister for the Array has supplied the following answer : -

No. The instructions provide that men below the age of 21 years must obtain their parents' consent to their enlistment.

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