§ 18. Mr. RENNIE SMITH
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Hungary has yet carried out the disarmament clauses of the Treaty of Trianon; and whether a date has yet been fixed for the transfer of control over Hungarian armaments to the League of Nations?
§ Sir A. CHAMBERLAIN
The Hungarian Government have recently undertaken to fulfil the few remaining obligations arising out of the military 1744 clauses of the Treaty of Trianon, and latest reports indicate that this undertaking is being satisfactorily implemented. No definite date has yet been fixed for the transfer of control to the League of Nations, but I understand that it should be possible for the Inter-Allied Military Control Commission to complete its work in the near future.