HC Deb 28 March 1945 vol 409 c1360
46. Sir W. Brass

asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider, as one of the terms to be imposed upon Germany, the handing over of a square mile or any conveniently-sized smaller badly-bombed area in Berlin to the United Nations, to be kept by them as a permanent record of the war started by Germany in 1939, appropriate notices to that effect being prominently displayed thereon.

The Prime Minister

No, Sir.

Sir W. Brass

Will my right hon. Friend remember that the German people are aggressive and that this would be a good memorial to show them the power marshalled against them as a result of their act of aggression?

The Prime Minister

Many proposals have been made; I think this was rather a silly one.