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Anti-Aircraft Practice Camps

Volume 463: debated on Tuesday 5 April 1949

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asked the Secretary of State for War whether, at Anti-Aircraft practice camps this summer, he will arrange for all household duties such as cooking, cleaning, and ration drawing to be carried out by civilians, in order that the limited numbers attending may devote the whole of the time to training.

Authority has been given for the employment of civilians at Anti-Aircraft Command practice camps this year. They are to be employed as mess waiters, and dining-hall, cookhouse and sanitary dutymen.