§ Mr. Lunn
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that large numbers of letters addressed to men in the British Expeditionary Force in France are not reaching the men but are being returned to their relatives in ordinary postal-packet envelopes; and whether he will give instructions to commanding officers to acquaint their men in France 1605W of the correct address to which letters and parcels should be sent so that they can receive messages, etc., from home?
§ Sir V. Warrender
A considerable number of letters have had to be returned to the senders owing to incomplete or incorrect addresses, though every effort has been made to deliver such letters. New instructions regarding the form of address are about to be published, and all ranks will be asked to notify their relatives and friends of their correct address.