HC Deb 29 October 1919 vol 120 c709W

asked the Secretary of State for India whether the Regular Indian Army officers who were detained in India for training officers and men and arranging supplies for Salonika, Egypt, and Mesopotamia are entitled to any distinction or other form of recognition of their service?


No special distinction has been granted, but the matter is under consideration. It depends on the decision on analogous questions by the War Office.