HC Deb 12 February 1946 vol 419 c52W
Mr. Edelman

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will now consult with the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in order to expedite the repatriation and release of anti-Nazi German prisoners of war, formerly at Camp 7, Ascot, and now mainly at Camp 157, Bourton-on-Hill, who gave useful political information and service to the prisoners-of-war programme of the B.B.C. and who could play a valuable part in the reconstruction of a democratic Germany.

Mr. Lawson

316 anti-Nazi prisoners of war from Camp 157, who were formerly at Camp 7, Ascot, were repatriated on 7th February. A further small number of prisoners of war who were at Camp 7 will be concentrated for repatriation in the near future. Others who are at present actively employed at this camp will be repatriated as soon as replacements can be found.