§ 4. Mr. Donner
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the proposed visit, officially announced, of Admiral Foerster, formerly commanderin-chief of the German High Seas Fleet, to the former German colonies in Africa, will be of a quasi-official character; and whether he has any information as to the object of this visit?
§ Mr. Donner
Has my right hon. Friend noticed in the public Press that this visit of Admiral Foerster is to be of a quasi-official character?
§ 9. Mr. Mander
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what action the Government propose to take with reference to the German demand for colonies, as reiterated in Herr Hitler's speech on Saturday; and whether he will make it clear that this matter, whether dealt with by extension of the mandate system or otherwise, can only be considered as part of a general settlement in which Germany would return to the League of Nations and co-operate in the collective system, and that the paramount consideration, in any event, must be the welfare of the natives?
§ Mr. Mander
Is it not perfectly clear that an overwhelming collective force and a willingness to use it are the only arguments to which Germany is likely to listen?
Will the right hon. Gentleman bear in mind that it is not only the United Kingdom that holds mandates, but that the Dominions also hold mandates?