HC Deb 06 June 1919 vol 116 cc2418-9W

asked the Prime Minister what provision has been made for the Dominions and India receiving their proportionate shares of the War cost incurred by them, seeing that their con- tribution towards the cost of the War is very large, and the amount of damage sustained by civilians and civilian property of our oversea Dominions and India is comparatively small compared with that sustained by countries near to the seat of war; and will he state how the Dominions and India are to be compensated for the costs of the War, as distinguished from reparation for damages to civilians or to the property of civilians, seeing that the latter items in our Allies' account may exhaust the whole of the five thousand millions sterling?


I regret that I can add nothing to my previous answers on this subject