HC Deb 12 January 1916 vol 77 c1613W

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he will consider the possibility of adapting the property known as Libury Hall, Hertfordshire (at present used as a German farm colony), for use as an internment camp or convalescent home for wounded British soldiers; and whether he will consider the advisability of repatriating or interning the ninety Germans now residing there or interned, and of transferring the superintendent, Müller, to an internment camp?


Libury Hall, which used to be a German farm colony, has been under the control of the Government since the beginning of last year as a hospital internment camp for aged and infirm alien enemies, and this appears to foe the most useful purpose to which it can be put. All the German inmates, including Müller, are interned in the camp.