HC Deb 18 February 1924 vol 169 cc1294-5
53. Captain TERRELL

asked the Prime Minister whether, in the negotiations between His Britannic Majesty's Government and the Soviet Republic, any claim will be put forward for consideration for compensation for those British subjects who were murdered in the revolution; and how many such victims there were?


Claims for compensation for British subjects who have suffered imprisonment or personal injury in Russia since 1917 have been included in the list of subjects for discussion at the forthcoming conference. Three claims for death resulting from disturbances during the revolution have been registered with the Russian Claims Department. There may, however, be others which have not been presented.


Is Captain Cromie amongst them?