§ 31. Mr. Sorensen
asked the Minister of Information, whether he will publish and have circularised in this country, the United States of America and America, and, as far as possible, through the occupied countries, and in Germany and Italy a document giving instances of, and quotations from, German and Italian ecclesiastics, writers, artists and scientists, politicians, trade unionists, statesmen and others who are known to be hostile to Nazi and Fascist policy and practice, indicating therein those who are exiles in this or other lands, those who have died or been killed during the Nazi and Fascist regimes and those who are probably in internment camps, or imprisoned, or are still at liberty?
All possible steps are continually taken to give the widest publicity to statements of the kind referred to in the Question.
§ Mr. Sorensen
Does not the Minister believe that a document such as I have described in my Question, if issued, would not only serve the democratic cause adequately, but would also be of some assistance to anti-Hitler Germany and to the anti-Mussolini cause?
Yes, Sir, but the document described in the Question would be very bulky, and probably it is better to send out small pamphlets containing some information rather than one compendium of the whole.