17. Mr. V. ADAMS
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he has any statement to make about Miss Elizabeth Wiskemann, a British subject, as to her recent arrest, and subsequent release, by Nazi secret police in Germany?
Was not this lady arrested the same morning that she arrived from Danzig for writing an article in an English newspaper, and cannot some apology be required for her treatment?
§ Mr. DALTON
If she does so, will the right hon. Gentleman give the matter his careful consideration?
Mr. V. ADAMS
Did not the German authorities say that her treatment would have been more severe were it not for the necessity of keeping specially good relations with Great Britain?
§ Commander LOCKER-LAMPSON
Is my right hon. Friend aware that she was only guilty of telling the truth?
§ Mr. BELLENGER
Was this lady asked to leave Germany by the German Government after her examination?