§ 6. Mr. Ammon
asked the Secretary of State for Air how it was possible for two German airmen who escaped from a North of England prison camp, to obtain possession of a Royal Air Force aeroplane as a means of escape from this country; how did they gain access to the aerodrome; and is it customary to leave, in time of war, aeroplanes unguarded?
7. Mr. Thome
asked the Secretary of State for Air whether he can give any information about the two German prisoners of war who posed as Dutchmen 1919 and were fitted with flying suits, and got away in a two-seater Miles Magister without an alarm being given?
8. Mr. McNeil
asked the Secretary of State for Air whether he has now concluded his investigations on the two Nazi prisoners who attempted to escape, using a British service aeroplane?
§ Sir A. Sinclair
The investigations which are being undertaken both by my Department and that of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for War have not yet been concluded.