The strength of the British Army of Occupation in Germany on 1st November, 1922, was 552 officers, 8,138 other ranks, and the total cost of the force(exclusive of 478 accommodation and miscellaneous services which are provided free), from the Armistice to 31st July, 1922, was £54,658,127. The hon. Member will realise that the Army of Occupation was at first much larger than it is at present.
Captain ARTHUR EVANS
Can the hon. and gallant Gentleman inform the House what proportion of that amount has been paid by the Germans?