§ 19. Colonel J. H. Harrison
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has any information as to how British prisoners of war are existing in the Far East.
§ Colonel Harrison
Is my right hon. Friend aware that there is grave anxiety amongst white races in the civilised world that within 10 years again white prisoners are being subjected to unknown treatment by an Asiatic Power and that, speaking from personal experience, something like 18 months is probably the most that a man can sustain without permanent injury? Will my right hon. Friend do his utmost to see that some more Red Cross facilities and other means are given to help these men and to see that this does not happen again in the future?