HC Deb 29 May 1919 vol 116 c1412
60. Sir F. HALL

asked the Prime Minister if his attention has been called to the report by Mr. Kahn, chairman of the United States Congress Military Committee, of dissensions between the American Army authorities in Europe and the Allied military staffs; if he will state whether there is any foundation for such a statement; if so, if he will indicate what is the position of this country in the matter in order to remove any impression that Great Britain is lacking in appreciation of the sacrifices made by the United States in the War; and if he will at the same time give particulars of American expenditure and casualties in the War, and the same, information with respect to this country?


The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative; the second part, therefore, does not arise. With regard to the third part I may say that the relations between the American and British Army authorities have been most cordial.


Would the right hon. Gentleman like to see the report referred to in the third part of my question?


I do not think so.