§ 36. Viscount Hinchingbrooke
asked the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster how many zonal, regional or district commanders there are in Germany who have responsibilities other than the direct com- 80W mand of British occupational troops; and of these how many are Army and R.A.F. officers, respectively.
§ Mr. J. Hynd
The Military Governor who is our representative on the Allied Control Council is a Marshal of the Royal Air Force; his deputy is a serving Army Officer. The four Regional Commissioners are civilians, one being a retired Army officer and another a retired R.A.F. officer. The head of Military Government of the British sector of Berlin is a serving Army officer. There are 14 Regierungs-bezirk Commanders; nine are serving Army officers; the remaining five are civilians and include two retired Territorial Army Officers and two retired R.A.F. officers.