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Document · 1936.09.30
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Settlement by the League of Nations Council of the problem arising out of the Danzig Nazi Government's hostility to S. Lester by appointing him Under Secretary-General of the League of Nations; a Pole might succeed S. Lester.

Document · 1936.01.23
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Extract from the "Daily Mail": criticisms by A. Eden, reporter on the question of Danzig before the League of Nations, of the Danzig Senate's unconstitutional methods, criticisms by S. Lester, in his report to the League of Nations, of the Danzig Nazi Government regarding its treatment of the non-Nazi minority and its will of turning Danzig into a State subservient to the German Government.

Document · 1936.01.22
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Trouble situation in Danzig; test case of the League of Nations' authority; A. Eden's report to the League of Nations upon the political situation in Danzig rejected as an attempt to distract the world's attention from the League's inability to put an end to the Italo-Abyssinian conflict; J. Beck's speech interpreted as a rebuff to A. Eden and S. Lester.

Document · 1936.11.11
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Extract from the "Morning Post": agreement between A. Eden and J. Beck on the prevention of opposing groups, Fascist or Communist crusades, on the fact that no part of Europe should be isolated, on the question of Danzig and Jewish immigration into Palestine; no decision taken regarding the appointment of a new high Commissioner; Germany remained the greatest danger to peace in Europe.