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Document Title Lord President's Committees: Minutes and Papers. Committee on Emergency Legislation. Meetings 1(43) - 2(43) Papers 1(43) - 13(43), 24 July-23 Dec 1943; Meetings 1(44) - 5(44) Papers 1(44) - 22(44), 1 Jan-12 Dec 1944
Reference CAB 71/29
Title REVIEW OF DEFENCE REGULATIONS SETTING OUT PROPOSALS FOR REVOCATION OR RETENTION. Memorandum by the Joint Secretaries
Former Department Reference EL(44) 5
Government Department War Cabinet
Themes Preparations for War and Peace
Subthemes Central and local government, Post-war planning
Document Types Memoranda
Civil Defence Regions Nationwide, Region 11: Scotland (Edinburgh HQ), Region 13: Northern Ireland
Locations Argyll, Belgian Congo, Belgium, Blackpool, Brazil, Burma, Canada, China, Clyde, Denmark, Egypt, Eire, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Harrogate, India, Iran, Isle of Wight, Norway, Scilly Isles, Skye, South Africa, Southampton, Southern Rhodesia, Soviet Union, Sweden, Turkey, United States of America
Organisations Agricultural Wages Board, Air Council, Army Council, Bacon Development Board, Bacon Marketing Board, British Employers' Confederation, British Trades Union Congress, Canadian Fire Fighters, City Councils, Civil Defence Reserve, Civilian Technical Corps, Committee on Emergency Legislation, Forestry Commission, General Medical Council, General Post Office, Home Guard, Inter-Departmental Committee on Censorship, Local Education Authorities, Mental Hospital and Institutional Workers' Union, Metropolitan Police, Milk Marketing Board, Miners' Welfare Commission, National Air Raid Precautions Committee, National Fire Service, National Union of Seamen, Pharmaceutical Society, Poisons Board, Police Federation, Royal Air Force, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Courts of Justice, Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Royal Observer Corps, Territorial Cadet Force, Ulster Home Guard, War Agricultural Executive Committees

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