§ 13. Major Tufton Beamish
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in view of the fact that the Polish Government has withdrawn Polish citizenship from a number of senior Polish officers who had made outstanding contributions to the Allied war effort, and that these officers cannot therefore be expected to, follow the recommendation of His Majesty's Government that all Poles in this country and in the British zones of Germany and Austria ought to go back to Poland, what provision is being made for the future of these officers.
§ Professor Savory
Has the right hon. Gentleman received an assurance that these Polish officers and soldiers who have joined the Resettlement Corps will not be deprived of their Polish nationality, because many of them are under that impression?
§ Major Beamish
Does that reply refer also to the 75 senior officers specially named by the Polish Government as having had their citizenship withdrawn?