§ 53. Major HUNT
asked the Minister of National Service whether a soldier invalided out of the Army before the War who had served overseas is specifically excluded from being called up under the Schedule of the new Military Service Act?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of NATIONAL SERVICE (Mr. Beck)
Any disabled man who has served in the field or at sea in any previous war is excepted from liability to military service by Clause 4 (a) of the First Schedule to the Military Service (No. 2) Act, 1918. If my hon. and gallant Friend has any particular man in mind I will gladly advise him as to his position.