§ 61 Colonel C. LOWTHER
asked the Prime Minister whether Captain Robinson, V.C., and other officers have been imprisoned at Karlsruhe, where they are in direct danger of British and French aircraft attacks; and, if so, will reciprocal treatment be meted out to German prisoners in this country with a view to stopping such tactics?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
It has been formally stated by the German Government that the internment of Allied officers in the prisoners' camp at Karlsruhe has no connection with the policy of reprisals.
§ Colonel LOWTHER
Is it not the fact that although a majority of the people of this country are in favour of reprisals—[HON. MEMBERS: "No, no!"]—anyhow, there is a great demand, and every demand in this House—