§ 29. Mr. MALCOLM
asked the Undersecretary of State for War whether the Royal Army Medical Corps doctors whose gallant behaviour at Wittenberg has been rewarded by His Majesty were volunteers for that particular work, or were detailed by the Germans to do it; and whether other British doctors in other typhus camps in Germany will be recommended for similiar recognition?
§ Mr. TENNANT
The three officers mentioned were detailed by the Germans for duty in the typhus camp at Wittenberg. I think my hon. Friend may take it that if other officers have done equally good work they will receive equal recognition.