§ 2. Lieut.-Colonel Sir Thomas Moore
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what steps are being taken to warn the German people of the retribution that will be exacted of them if they continue to support or endure their Nazi leaders and countenance the continued murder of innocent people in the conquered countries?
§ Mr. Eden
Both the Prime Minister and I have publicly declared that, by continuing to support and tolerate the Nazi 184 régime, the German people are accepting an ever-increasing responsibility for the actions which that régime is committing in their name. We are bringing this home to the German people by every means at our disposal. Detailed news of Nazi atrocities, which are systematically suppressed in the German home Press and wireless, are given prominence by the British Broadcasting Corporation and in our leaflets, and the German people are continually warned of their responsibility in condoning such atrocities.
§ Sir T. Moore
Has my right hon. Friend any reports as to the results of these efforts by our Government?
§ Captain Strickland
Can we have a definite assurance that a record of these deeds is to be kept and preserved for after the war?