HC Deb 06 January 1916 vol 77 cc1101-2

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether fifty-two men on board the "Aquitania" were buried at sea on the voyage home from Alexandria; whether these men died from typhoid fever; if not, what disease or diseases were diagnosed, and how many died from each disease; whether every case had been fully protected by inoculation against typhoid; and, if not, how many cases had not been so treated?


I cannot answer my hon. Friend's numerous inquiries on these matters without making careful inquiry. I am doing this in the present instance.