HC Deb 29 February 1916 vol 80 c908W
Colonel HOPE

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether a boy, wounded in Gallipoli and, after discharge from hospital, discharged from the Army on the claim of his father as being under seventeen, is entitled to any allowance while still unable to work owing to the effects of his wound?


The fact that the boy was discharged otherwise than for disability would not in itself debar him from pension. If my hon. and gallant Friend will communicate to me particulars of the case, I shall be able to reply more definitely.


asked when the dispatches relating to the last months of the operations in Gallipoli, of the evacuation, and a list of honours conferred will be published?


No, Sir, I cannot at present make any statement on this point.