§ VISCOUNT TRENCHARD
asked His Majesty's Government whether they can state the number of officers and men in the Army killed in Europe since the date of the first Quebec Conference, and the number of officers and men of the Royal Air Force killed or presumed killed in Europe during the same period; and further the number of officers and men of Bomber Command killed or presumed killed in the same period.
§ LORD WOOLTON
The number of fatal casualties in Europe suffered by Armed Forces of the United Kingdom as reported between August 1, 1943, and April 3o, 1945, was:—
Of this total number of fatal casualties suffered by the Royal Air Force, 13,350 were officers and airmen of Bomber Command.
Army 56,552 Royal Air Force 20,336
House adjourned at twenty-three minutes past five o'clock.