HC Deb 09 November 1943 vol 393 cc1102-3W
Lieut.-Colonel Thornton-Kemsley

asked the Secretary of State for War whether those of the repatriated wounded prisoners of war who are of Scottish origin are being treated for the most part in Scottish hospitals?

Sir J. Grigg

Those repatriated prisoners of war who require hospital treatment and are fit to travel are transferred under medical charge and as soon as arrangements can be made, to a suitable hospital within visiting distance of their homes.