Sir J. GriÄ£Ä£:
This is, in the first place, a matter for the commander in the field, who is responsible for the safety of his men and the success of his operations. The need to give full details of the regiments which take part is, however, fully appreciated, and my hon. and gallant Friend will no doubt have seen the lists which have been released in the last few days of units which have taken part in the advance to the Rhine. I have taken up the question again recently with commanders-in-chief in the various theatres of war.
Does my right hon. Friend realise that it is difficult to understand sometimes if the British Army is fighting at all on the Western Front? Does he not think that representations might be made to the Allied Commander-in-Chief, to see that adequate publicity is given to both Armies under his command?