§ Captain Plugge
asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether relatives and friends of the civilian population in Malaya now in Japanese occupation have any means of getting into touch with residents in that area, either by way of the Red Cross organisation at Tokyo or otherwise?
§ Mr. Grimston
I have been asked to reply. Letters and postcards may be sent to British civilians known or believed to be in Japanese hands in Malaya by the prisoner of war post recently established to Japan. Full particulars of the arrangement are given in a leaflet obtainable at the principal post offices.