§ Major GLYN
asked the Secretary of State for War if he will consider the advantage that would result from the publication of a special edition of the Army List containing the names of all officers who were serving with the military forces of the Crown on the 11th November, 1918; whether he will consider the possibility of including in the same record the names of all officers who were killed on active service, died of wounds, or were invalided out of the Service, the dates being given in each case; whether such a publication would afford a worthy memorial and an historic record of the War, and when offered for sale would repay the extra cost of publication involved; and whether this matter may receive immediate consideration before the casualty branch is demobilised?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
The names of officers of the British Army serving on 11th November, 1918, are shown in the Monthly Army Lists for December, 1918, and it is not considered that the labour of compiling a special extra list of the names of such officers would be justified. The issue of a list of officers of the British Forces who died during or as the result of the War is under consideration.