§ Sir A. Knox
asked the Secretary of State for War what quantity of Red Cross stores is now accumulated at Vladivostok and Lisbon, respectively.
§ Mr. A. Henderson
So far as Vladivostok is concerned, I can add nothing to the reply given to my hon. and gallant Friend on 13th June, 1944. There are at Lisbon more than 8,000 tons of Red Cross stores for British Commonwealth prisoners, most of these being food parcels. In addition, there are some 10,000 tons of Red Cross stores from America for prisoners of war from the U.S.A. and from the other United Nations.