§ 56. Mr. PENNEFATHER
asked the Prime Minister whether the attention of His Majesty's Government has been called to a pamphlet entitled "Facts About Germany and the War," in which is reproduced an article or speech by a Member of this House; whether he is aware that this document has been circulated abroad by German agents; and whether any and, if so, what steps have been or will be taken to counteract the effect of such statements in foreign countries?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
My attention had not previously been called to this particular pamphlet, which apparently was published in Germany, and, therefore, no doubt had some circulation there. The true facts have been published in the White Paper laid before Parliament and in the French and Russian official publications, and can leave no doubt in any impartial mind that the responsibility for this War does not rest upon this country.