HC Deb 17 December 1919 vol 123 cc401-2
47. Viscount WOLMER

asked the Prime Minister why the Imperial Graves Commission objects to the use of Christian symbols on the memorials in France to our fallen soldiers?

51. Mr. T. P. O'CONNOR

asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware of the feeling aroused by the methods and policy of the Imperial War Graves Commission; and whether he will instruct the Commission to pay more regard to the wishes and feelings of the relatives of our fallen soldiers?


asked. the Secretary of State for War whether he can reconsider his decision not to consult the relatives of our soldiers. buried in France in respect of the character of the tombstones?

Captain GUEST (Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury)

These-matters will be dealt with fully in the-course of the Debate this evening, when a better opportunity will be given of discussing the points raised in these questions.