Documents Relating to New Zealand's Participation in the Second World War 1939–45: Volume I
184 — The High Commissioner for New Zealand to the Prime Minister
The High Commissioner for New Zealand to the Prime Minister
Further to my telegram (No. 181) and your reply (No. 182), it is general talk here that troops of all the Dominions, including those troops now training in other lands, will arrive eventually in Britain. There need be no fear of any definite knowledge being disclosed as times and places, routes and numbers, or any particulars, even approximate, are not made known. The arrival of our officers from Egypt has aroused curiosity, and the impression is that our troops are coming from there at some time in the future.