This file contains official decrees, press clippings, correspondence, and other documents on the issue of primary schools established in the Saar Basin with French as the primary language of instruction.
The free city of Danzig protested strongly against the access to its port by polish warships and its shown in this file that it could endangered the world peace.
Various press clippings documenting the different points of views about the situation of the free city of Danzig.
The tension remains in the free city of Danzig between Poland and Germany for safeguard of their interests in Danzig. The case of Kalthof who was polish customs officer and attacked by people using explosives weapons . The formal protestation of the polish government was sent to the Danzig Senate for preventing such a regretful events in the future.
This file contains a collection of press clippings covering the global situation of the free city of Danzig.
This file content reports widely on the ongoing events in Danzig free city and well covered by a set of press clippings.
This file contains correspondence, meeting minutes, press clippings, and other documents related to the status both of minority groups in Austria - particularly the Jewish and Slovenian populations - and of Austrian minorities in Romania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (Yugoslavia). It also contains excerpts from Article III of the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye having to do with the protection of minority groups, and records from the negotiations over the said section.
This file contains correspondence, press clippings, official records, and other documents concerning the status of minority groups of Bulgarians in Greece, Romania, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (Yugoslavia), as well as that of minority communities within Bulgaria, particularly Bulgaria's Muslim population.
This file contains draft treaties, press clippings, correspondence, and other documents related to the development of treaties protecting the rights of minority communities in Greece immediately after the First World War.