§ 50. Mr. LAMBERT
asked the Prime Minister if he has information that the German Government propose to ask for a suspension of War debt payments?
§ 73. Major GLYN
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the total sums paid as war debts by France, Italy, Rumania, 1435 Greece and Portugal since the Treaty of Versailles; and how much has been paid as reparations by Germany, Austria, Bulgaria and Turkey?
§ Following is the reply:
|WAR DEBT PAYMENTS, including payments due on 15th June, 1931.|
|(Taking £l=$4.86=20 gold marks=20 Reichsmarks=25 gold francs=124 French francs= 24 gold crowns=92 lire.)|
|——||To United Kingdom.||To U.S.A.||To France.||To Italy.||Total (in sterling).|
|REPARATION PAYMENTS, including payments due on 15th June, 1931.|
|Germany||…||R.M. 20,526,000,000 = £1,026,300,000 (including the value of deliveries in kind and cessions of State Properties).||For details see reply to the hon. and gallant Member for the Central Division of Hull on 16th December, 1930.|
|Deliveries in kind and Armistice Deliveries||Gold Crowns 20,207,000 = £842,000.|
|Cessions of State Property||Valuation not determined.|
|Bulgaria||…||Cash||Gold Francs 66,000,000=£2,640,000.|
|Armistice Deliveries and State Properties||Valuation not determined.|
|Turkey||…||No reparations payable under the Treaty of Lausanne.|