68. Sir F. HALL
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if the German Government have been required to furnish particulars of all aircraft and air materials sold or exported since the Armistice, and to pay its value by 31st January, 1920; if the Allies have any definite information that Germany has sold or exported aircraft or air materials to Sweden, contrary to her undertakings; if so, why no practical steps have been taken sooner to present such action; and what means will be adopted to ensure that information furnished under this head by Germany in accordance with the requirements of the Allies will be accurate?
This question is receiving the consideration of the Peace Conference, who are taking all the necessary measures on the matters raised by the hon. and gallant Member.
Sir F. HALL
Is the hon. Gentleman aware that sales of aeronautical material 667 have taken place in Sweden for and on behalf of Germany; who has received the proceeds of those sales; and has the supreme Council of the Allies declared these sales null and void?
Sir F. HALL
Having put down certain specific questions why, in the circumstances, am I not entitled to get a full reply?