§ 12. Mr. DOUGLAS HACKING
asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of licences he has granted during the last 12 months in connection with the exporting of munitions of war from this country, the nature of the munitions and the countries to which they were exported?
§ Mr. W. GRAHAM
During the period 1st June, 1929, to 31st May, 1930, 374 export licences were issued in respect of war material destined for 37 countries. As the details are rather long, I will, with the permission of the right hon. Member, circulate them in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Mr. GRAHAM
The details will be published in the OFFICIAL REPORT, and of course will be public property.
§ Following are the details:
§ List of Material.
- (1) Cannon and other ordnance; carriages, mountings, cartridges and charges therefor.
- (2) Machine guns and ammunition therefor.
- (3) Rifles, revolvers, pistols and ammunition therefor.
- (4) Machine gun mountings and interrupter gears.
- (5) Projectiles.
- (6) Submarine mines.
- (7) Depth charges.
- (8) Bombs and bombing apparatus.
- (9) Fuses.
- (10) Torpedoes and torpedo tubes.
- (11) Tanks and light armoured vehicles.
- (12) Component parts of articles in foregoing categories.
- (13) Explosives, e.g., T.N.T., cordite, gunpowder, etc.
|Countries of Destination.|
|Belgium.||Portuguese East Africa.|
|Czechoslovakia.||Portuguese East Indies.|
|Dutch East Indies.||Roumania.|
|Japan.||United States of America.|