79. Mr. C. WASON
asked the Home Secretary if, in view of all the circum- 480 stances of the case, he can now arrange for Alsatians, if their internment is necessary, to be placed in different camps from Germans, owing to the espionage from which they suffer and annoyances of all sorts; and if he has now arranged for the release of the Alsatian, sixty-five years of age, now in camp in the Isle of Man, an Alsatian who fled from Alsace to escape German rule and has been ever since in this country and has two sons in our Army?
§ Sir JOHN SIMON
The first part of the question has already been answered by the Under-Secretary of State for War. Arrangements have been made for the release of the Alsatian referred to in the second part of the question.