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Extract from the "Irish Times" on a telegraph clerk having refused to send S. Lester's telegram of protest to the League of Nations, because the telegram would not have pleased A. Forster; following the Danzig Nazi Government's new repressive decrees the High Commissioner could not propose any specific action unless he received a complaint that the regulations were unjust.
Extract from the "Petit Parisien": following the Danzig Nazi Government's new decrees, anxiety in Berlin and consternation in Geneva; in case of some trouble in Danzig the High Commissioner was allowed to request the help of the Polish army.
Extract from the "Journal des Nations": Danzig and the London Conference; the Danzig problem was not a new one, Danzig was already a problem during the eighteenth century.
Extract from the "Daily Herald": the Catholic Bishop of Danzig, O'Rourke, refused to bow to Nazi terrorism and appealled to all the Catholics to defend their church and the Catholic youth organisation from Nazi police persecution.
Extract from the "Daily Mail" on the decision taken by A. Greiser, President of the Danzig Senate and A. Forster, Danzig Nazi leader, to organise a regular "army" in Danzig based on the Reichswehr model.