File No. 763.72114/359
The Ambassador in Great Britain (Page) to the Secretary of State
[Received 8 p. m. ]
1891. Sir Edward Grey again asks me to have telegraphic assurance conveyed to Gerard for the German Government of the acceptance in toto by His Majesty’s Government of the scheme put forward [Page 1017] by the German Government in connection with the inspection of camps where British civilian: and war prisoners are interned in Germany.
Sir Edward Grey asks the favor of a telegraphic reply from Gerard assuring him that the British Government’s assent is understood.1
- Transmitted to the Ambassador in Germany, April 7, No. 1479.↩