HC Deb 06 December 1944 vol 406 c499
6. Mr. Purbrick

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when the French Government will recoup British subjects for personal property held by them in France which has been stolen during the German occupation, by Germans or by anyone else.

Mr. Eden

The question of arranging for the payment of compensation to British subjects who have suffered losses of this kind is receiving the close attention of His Mejesty's Government. The matter, however, is complicated, and I am unable to make a statement at present.

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