9. Mr. CHANCELLOR
asked the Secretary of State for War if he will fulfil the promise given on 18th November, 1915, by giving the number of cases of and deaths from typhoid and paratyphoid fever which have occurred amongst inoculated and un-inoculated men, respectively, in the 525 British Army on the Western' Front from August, 1914, to the latest date for which they are available?
§ The FINANCIAL SECRETARY to the WAR OFFICE (Mr. Forster)
Up to 25th August, 1916, 1,501 cases were finally diagnosed as typhoid fever amongst the British troops in France, 903 amongst inoculated men and 598 amongst non-inoculated men. There were 166 deaths, 47 of which were amongst the inoculated and 119 amongst uninoculated. To the same date there were 2,118 cases of paratyphoid fever, 1,968 amongst inoculated men and 150 amongst men who had not been inoculated. There were 29 deaths, 22 of which were amongst the inoculated and 7 amongst the uninoculated.
asked the total number of cases that occurred amongst inoculated and uninoculated men, respectively, in the Gallipoli Campaign diagnosed as dysentery, cholera, trench fever, pyrexia, typhoid, paratyphoid, and Gallipoli fever, with the mortality resulting from each?
§ Mr. FORSTER
I could give my hon. Friend the number of cases diagnosed as dysentery, cholera, trench fever, pyrexia, typhoid, and paratyphoid, but the Army Council has not information as to how many cases under each category occurred amongst inoculated and uninoculated men, respectively.