HC Deb 26 May 1924 vol 174 cc47-8W

asked the Prime Minister whether the naval disarmament of Germany is deemed to have been completed; and whether supervision over Germany's naval armaments now remains with the League of Nations, on the conditions indicated in Article 213 of the Treaty of Versailles?


Naval disarmament of Germany is, in the opinion of His Majesty's Government, practically complete. His Majesty's Government are anxious to withdraw the Naval Commission of Control as soon as possible. Until this is done, the supervision of German naval armaments must remain in the hands of that body.

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