HC Deb 10 November 1919 vol 121 c53W

asked the Prime Minister if, in view of the fact that the French Government have already instituted proceedings against a number of Germans accused of atrocities and other crimes against international law, he will say whether the British Government have completed the list of Germans whom it is proposed to bring to trial for various outrages, such as the murder of prisoners and wounded, the torpedoing of hospital ships, the bombing of hospitals, and the poisoning of water supplies; how many of such persons are already in custody; what arrangements have been made for securing control of the remainder; and what steps have been taken for the necessary trials, including the attendance of witnesses and the constitution of the Courts?


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