HC Deb 02 May 1933 vol 277 c668
41. Mr. MANDER

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs the result of the consideration that has been given to the question of breaches of the Treaty of Versailles by Germany; and whether it is proposed to take any diplomatic, economic, or military action in the matter in association with other Powers?

The LORD PRESIDENT of the COUNCIL (Mr. Baldwin)

The question of whether the enrolment of Nazi Storm Troops in the German police is in conformity with the provisions of Article 162 of the Treaty of Versailles is still under consideration.


Can any right hon. Friend say whether it is to be made clear to the German Government, that no unilateral breaches of the Treaty of Versailles will in any circumstances be permitted?

Lieut.-Commander AGNEW

Will my right hon. Friend undertake not to take any military action on the part of this country without consulting the peace organisation with which the hon. Member for East Wolverhampton (Mr. Mander) is so closely associated?


I have no doubt that my right hon. Friend will consider both questions.