HC Deb 26 July 1915 vol 73 cc1945-6
33. Mr. DIXON

asked the Home Secretary if his attention has been called to the hard case of an English girl who married a German, named Jungk, the day before War was declared and returned to her parents' home at Gravesend, a prohibited area, when her husband was interned, for which offence she was sent to prison for a month; and, considering the number of enemy aliens still at large, will he order the immediate release of this English girl?


I had already caused inquiries to be made into this case when the fine, in default of which imprisonment was imposed, was paid for this girl. I am proposing to advise its remission.