HC Deb 11 August 1919 vol 119 cc904-5W
Lieut.-Colonel A. HERBERT

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that Lieut.-General Sir G. Milne was in command of the British Army on the Salonika Front for three years and that this was an independent command; and whether, in view of the results achieved by the troops under the leadership of Lieut.-General Sir G. Milne, he will explain why Lieut. -General Sir G. Milne was not recommended for a reward like other Army commanders?


It would be invidious to discuss the reasons which guided the Government in coming to the decisions which have been lately approved by the House.