HC Deb 07 August 1919 vol 119 c586W

asked the Home Secretary whether Germans are now being permitted to visit this country for the purposes of trade; and what steps should be taken by those who may recognise in them men who during the War were guilty of individual acts of brutality towards our soldiers?


In a few eases and subject to strict scrutiny, Germans are admitted to this country. If any such person as is described in the question is recognised, full details should be reported at once to the Home Office.

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