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Withdrawal of the American Red Cross - Telegram from Mr Bicknell, American Red Cross in Paris, stating that the American Red Cross is not able to continue to finance relief work in Constantinople, but that if the LON is prepared to assume full responsibility not later than December, every effort will be made by the American Red Cross to maintain modified operations until that date; and related documents.
Ukranians in Canada - British Cabinet - Transmits 1) Petition from the Ukrainians in Montreal protesting against the actions of the Polish Consul-General for Canada, and the Polish officials in Ukrainian Galicia, and begging for the League's protection; 2) Report thereon by the Polish Consul General in Canada. Document for the Council Z1.
Turkish prisoners of war detained by the Greek Government - Mr. Frick, International Red Cross Geneva - Forwards copy of Telegram dated June 11, from the Greek Minister for Foreign Affairs standing that this question is under discussion by the Greek and Japanese Governments with a view to an equitable Solution.
Turkish prisoners of war detained by the Greek Government - Mr. Brunel, International Red Cross, Geneva - Suggests that Mr. Wintergerst, Delegate of the International Red Cross, could replace Mr. Schlemmer at Athens, so as to enable the latter to return to Geneva. Telegram from Mr. Schlemmer attached.
Turkish prisoners of war detained by the Greek Government - Mr. Brunel, International Red Cross, Geneva - States that Mr. Schlemmer has telegraphed urgently to be informed by the Italian Government as to what port in Italy the prisoners from the Heimei Maru are to be sent. Reports that the "Olympus" with the invalid solders, women and children on board was due at Constantinople on August 11.