Australian Defence Movement
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The Australian Defence Movement was a minor Australian political grouping that ran candidates for the 1940 federal election. It presented itself as a non-party organisation, dedicated to significantly increasing defence spending. Following the election it challenged a number of results where it claimed candidates had exceeded the £100 campaign spending limit.
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