Germany: Prisoners, including: The Sir Edward Goschen Fund in Germany: relief payments…

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FO 383/174

Germany: Prisoners, including:

The Sir Edward Goschen Fund in Germany: relief payments from it, and replenishment of it.

Exchange of death certificates of British and German prisoners.

Enemy property in Britain and in Germany, including:

  • State supervision of enemy firms; their financial situation.
  • Commandeering of property of enemy subjects.
  • Treatment of British property in Germany: request by German Foreign Office for details of British firm cited by Solicitor-General, Sir George Cave, in House of Commons on 21 January 1916. (Hansard, col 2591, Trading With the Enemy (Amendment) (No 2) Bill.)
  • Berlin business of Meccano Ltd.
  • Requisition of household effects and property of consuls de carrière; their exemption from requisition.
  • English Church at Munich: property and financial affairs.

Code 1218 Files 4099-4108.

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The National Archives, Kew
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in its original department:   Files 4099-4108.
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