§ 28. Mr. Janner
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any scheme exists between Great Britain on the one hand, and France, Holland and Belgium on the other, with regard to compensation for damage done during the fighting on the territory of the latter countries between allied and German troops; and to what extent compensation will be payable by the Allies in this connection.
The Governments of France, Holland and Belgium will no doubt make claims for reparation from Germany for the damage done on their territory in the military operations of the war. No compensation is, of course, due from the Allies in respect of such damage, and no scheme of the kind mentioned by my hon. Friend has, therefore, been prepared.