HC Deb 11 December 1919 vol 122 cc1615-6
49. Mr. HOGGE

asked the Prime Minister what steps have been taken to deal with the military operations of Gabriel D'Annunzio in the Adriatic?

54. Mr. RAPER

asked the Prime Minister whether the Supreme War Council is taking any steps to put an end to the condition of affairs in the Adriatic, consequent on Signor D'Annunzio's raids, the continuance of which constitutes a grave menace to peace in South-Eastern Europe?


The question is at the present moment engaging the attention both of the Italian Government and the Allied Powers. I am unable to make any further statement about it.


Is it not a fact that this Fiume question could be immediately settled by handing it over to our Italian Allies?


It could be settled so far as Italy is concerned.

Lieut.-Colonel A. MURRAY

Can the right hon. Gentleman give hope of an early settlement?