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Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Public Relations Office (Radio Section) (27 Nov 1946)

Mr. Vane: asked the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster what requests have been made by the commanding officer of the radio section of the Public Relations and Information Services Control Group of the Political Division of the C.C.G., Hamburg, since September, 1945, that an inquiry should be held into the conduct and suitability of the staff posted to that section; and what action has...

Germany (Conditions) ( 5 Feb 1947)

Mr Richard Stokes: I am sorry. I know that the hon. Gentleman is a great protagonist in these matters. But I am not moved at all by what he has said. I do not believe that the Potsdam position could have arisen without the evil background of Teheran and Yalta. Look at what was laid down at Potsdam, on this question of the 'standard of living. It was drawn up that there was to be maintained in Germany an average...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prisoners of War: Detention Powers (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Richard Stokes: Yes, but is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the whole of the Nuremberg trial was based on the theory that the Control Commission was the legal Government of Germany; that under Article 75 of the Geneva Convention, we must enter into communication with the existing Government of a State for the immediate return of its subjects we hold prisoners of war; and that we ought, therefore, to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Control Commission (26 Feb 1947)

Mr John Hynd: The numbers were 22,265 British on 1st May, 1946; 26,171 British and 50,545 Germans on 1st December, 1946. There is no record of the number of Germans employed on 1st May. The figure of British subjects for 1st December includes 2,400 engaged on services not performed by C.C.G. on 1st May.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimate, 1946–47: Class X (28 Feb 1947)

Mr Roderic Bowen: Before I deal with the item on which I wish to speak more particularly, I should first like to associate myself with the observations which have been made with regard to displaced persons, and to say that I support wholeheartedly what the hon. Member for Ipswich (Mr. Stokes) has said in regard to them. The sooner we recognise that we are failing in our undertakings towards them, and that it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Agrarian Reform (Draft Ordinance) (16 Jul 1947)

Mr. Vane: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how many farmers will be partially expropriated according to the draft ordinance for agrarian reform circulated as an appendix to C.C.G. letter ZAC/ D(47)37 of 4th June, 1947; which German authorities or interests have been consulted; and whether any objections have been lodged against the adverse effect on food and timber...

Germany (27 Oct 1947)

Colonel Ralph Glyn: In August last, by the direction of this House, a sub-committee of the Estimates Committee visited Germany in order to prepare a Report which is being considered by the House today. It is necessary to draw the attention of the House to the very large sums which are involved in administering the British zone and in looking after and paying for the necessary Forces of occupation. It amounts to...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Missing Valuables, Glucksburg Castle ( 2 Dec 1947)

Mr Richard Stokes: asked the Secretary of State for War whether the inquiry instituted by the C.C.G. into the theft of valuables from Glucksburg Castle has yet been completed; and what action has been taken.

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Control Commission (21 Jan 1948)

Sir William Darling: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if leaflet, "You are Reminded," P.S.S. (H.Q.) 6616/50M./10–4, purporting to be issued by order of the Foreign Office, was issued by his authority; and why it is necessary to take a census of British personnel of C.C.G.

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Married Quarters (Rents) (28 Jan 1948)

Commander Sir Douglas Marshall: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what is the charge made for an officer's flat in Germany at the rank of Major; and what is the charge made to the equivalent rank in the C.C.G.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prisoners of War (Credit Balances) (11 May 1948)

Colonel Ralph Glyn: asked the Secretary of State for War if his attention has been drawn to the regulations relating to credit balances of prisoners of war released to civilian status for agricultural employment, and circulated to farmers who employ such Germans from Prince Maurice Barracks, Devizes, Wiltshire, under which these balances are not to be paid to these men, but deposited with the Director, Public...

Orders of the Day — Germany (30 Jun 1948)

Colonel Ralph Glyn: I want to remind the Committee, in support of what has already been said by many hon. Members, that as long ago as last September, currency proposals were being considered. It was clearly stated by Sir Brian Robertson that the position was so near agreement that only trivial points were outstanding. It seems to me that it is of great importance in this Debate, as the matter turns on currency...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Requisitioned House, Othmarschen (13 Jul 1948)

Mr Richard Stokes: Is my right hon. Friend aware that until January or February of this year this house was occupied, and that the family were allowed to have the garden? Since there has been a change of occupant this woman has been chased off it. Will he acquaint himself with C.C.G. instructions, which are different from Army instructions, and which lay down that the owner may cultivate the garden and that the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Dr. Josef Gotz (Detention) (14 Jul 1948)

Mr Richard Stokes: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that Dr. Josef Gotz was handed over by us to the French Government in December, 1946, since when he has been kept in prison at Rue du Cheche-Midi, in Paris; that he was examined for the first time on 3rd May, 1948, nearly 18 months after being handed over; and whether he will now demand his return to the British zone of...

Germany (Dismantlings) (23 Sep 1948)

Mr Richard Stokes: I wish to raise on the Adjournment tonight one or two glaring examples connected with the dismantling and destruction in Germany, which I have raised, not in detail, at Question Time in this House and in Debate, and on which I have received no satisfactory reply. May I say, at the outset, that I deplore very much the departure of my noble Friend Lord Pakenham, who sits in another place, from...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Control Commission (Expenditure) (26 Jan 1949)

Mr. Scott-Elliot: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what was the estimated expenditure on coal for the use of the C.C.G. during 1948; and how much of this was in the form of gold dollars.

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany: Local Defence Units ( 7 Mar 1949)

Mr John Platts-Mills: As what was suggested to be a rumour has been stated most openly as being the fear of the Staff Side of the Whitley Council for the C.C.G., would my right hon. Friend like to reconsider his description of it; and as this whole policy contemplates the breakdown of sensible relationships between the German people and the Western zone and the occupying Forces, would it not be better to give up...

Orders of the Day — War Crimes Bill (19 Mar 1990)

Mr Rupert Allason: are specifically about the employment of German war criminals by the British Government. One of them, dated 23 June 1947, refers to British special interrogation report number 55, DIC CCG (BE), which stands for the control commission for Germany, British element. Its subject is Operation Dry Martini, and the person involved on that occasion was a war criminal called Kurt Burkhausen....

Petition: Social Fund (17 Nov 1992)

Mr Jamie Cann: not, apparently, to be assumed that he has not re-established himself successfully in the community. I would say that he has not. Ray has said that he is likely to have to return to care if a CCG is refused"— this is the second category. I can see there to be no tangible prospect of such an event occurring. … It may be that he will have to give his flat up and seek alternative...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Gaelic: Gaelic (20 Dec 2000)

Alasdair Morrison: I understand that four of the current Telefios staff have been redeployed within SMG (the Scottish Media Group). Discussions are taking place between CCG, SMG and CNES with a view to ensuring that new programmes are produced in the Stornoway studio.

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