§ LORD BARNBY
asked Her Majesty's Government:
(a) what is the amount of the World War I debt still owed to the 1026WA United States of America; (b) what is the amount of the World War II and Post-Wart debt still owed to the United States of America.
§ LORD SHEPHERD
The unpaid balance of the United Kingdom's 1914–18 War Debt to the United States of America is $4,368 millions. On the 1st July, 1931, repayments were suspended for one year under the moratorium proposed by President Hoover. From 1st July, 1932, the repayments were suspended in accordance with the arrangements made at the Lausanne Conference and have not since been resumed.
At the end of 1964 the unpaid balance of the United Kingdom's World War II and Post-War debt to the United States of America was $4,222 millions. Details are given in the following table.
U.S. $ Millions Unpaid Balances Principal Deferred Interest 1945 Line of Credit 3,149.0 201.8 Land Lease Settlement 494.2 32.0 European Recovery Programme 298.9 — Mutual Security Aid 46.1 — TOTALS 3,988.2 233.8 Grant Total = Principal 3,988.2 + Deferred Interest 233.8 = 4,222.0
House adjourned at twenty-four minutes before eight o'clock.