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"Wings For Victory" Campaign

Volume 387: debated on Thursday 25 March 1943

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what special arrangements were made between the Treasury and the banks and other institutions to enable large sums of money, which would not otherwise have been available, to be contributed to the London "Wings for Victory" campaign?

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will consider intensifying the "Wings for Victory" campaign in each town visited by enemy aeroplanes?

The conduct of each "Wings for Victory" week is in the hands of the local savings committee and I am sure that the committees in the raided towns are most anxious to "hit back with war savings." The headquarters of the savings movement will give them every encouragement and assistance in the campaign.