46. Mr. TREVELYAN THOMSON
asked the Prime Minister whether the stipulations laid down in the Treaty of Versailles regarding the German Navy and Air Force have been completely fulfilled by Germany?
§ The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)
As regards the Air Clauses of the Treaty, the German Government were informed by the Allied Governments in April, 1922, that they were considered to have completely carried out Article 202 of the Treaty, which deals with aeronautical disarmament. As regards the Naval Clauses, the German Government 922 were informed by the Allied Governments in September last that they were considered to have fulfilled those Disarmament Clauses for the execution of which a time-limit was fixed which concern the Navy alone.