HC Deb 15 April 1919 vol 114 cc2692-3
3. Brigadier-General Sir OWEN THOMAS

asked the Secretary of State for War whether all sick and wounded British prisoners from Germany have arrived in England; and whether there are any and, if so, how many cases of ex-prisoners of war or other soldiers suffering from loss of memory or shell shock who have not yet been claimed or identified?


According to the information I have, there are two British prisoners of war sick and untransportable still left in Germany, and there is one man not an ex-prisoner of war at present in France, regarding whose identification there is some uncertainty, and whose case is at present being investigated.