HC Deb 20 February 1919 vol 112 c1122
47. Mr. G. BALFOUR

asked the Prime Minister whether it is intended to present to Germany for payment the whole bill of costs incurred by the British Empire and its Allies in respect of the War rather than a sum which the Peace Conference may estimate she is able to pay?


asked the right hon. Gentleman whether, when settling what indemnity Germany has to pay to the Allies, due regard will be had for the recompense of those unfortunate civilians whose breadwinners, womenfolk, and children have been killed or injured by the bombing raids over unfortified towns of Great Britain?


I cannot add anything to what I have said in reply to similar questions on this subject and to what the Prime Minister said in Debate on the 12th of February.