§ 72. Sir A. KNOX
asked the President of the Board of Trade what materials of war have been despatched from Great Britain to Soviet Russia during the present Parliament; and whether in each case these materials were paid for in cash?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of TRADE (Mr. W. R. Smith)
The declared value of arms, ammunition and military and naval stores, of domestic manufacture, exported from the United Kingdom and registered as consigned to the Soviet Union (Russia) during the period June, 1929, to December, 1930, both inclusive, was £44,005. Of this amount, the value of military, naval and ordnance stores and appliances was £40,251. I have no information as to the second part of the question.