§ 35. Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY
asked the Prime Minister to state what is the present situation in Upper Silesia; and whether the suggestion has been made that a certain zone in Upper Silesia might be occupied by Allied troops for a term of years?
The situation in Upper Silesia is generally unaltered. But reinforcements having now arrived, 32 it is hoped that the forces at the disposal of the Commission will be adequate to enable it to restore order at an early date. The answer to the second part of the question is in the negative.
§ Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY
Is there any further information as to the proposed conference to discuss this matter between ourselves and our French allies?
§ Colonel WEDGWOOD
Is not the whole military direction of the allied troops in Upper Silesia in the hands of the French, and can we expect any improvement as long as that military direction is in the hands of sympathisers with the Polish insurgents?
§ Mr. SPEAKER
That is a matter for debate.
§ Lieut-Commander KENWORTHY
Is the policy last enunciated by the Prime Minister unaltered in regard to Upper Silesia?