Extract from the "Morning Post" on the drastic measures taken by the Danzig Nazi Government, abolishing most of the rights guaranteed by the Danzig Constitution and the League of Nations; A. Greiser's aggressive speech against the League of Nations and its High Commissioner worsened the already precarious relations between Danzig and Poland; huge demonstration held in Warsaw to request an extension of the Polish rights in Danzig.
Following A. Greiser's and the Nazi Government's decrees abolishing virtually the Danzig Constitution guaranteed by the League of Nations, S. Lester could not take any action unless he received a complaint that the regulations were unjust.
Extract from the "Daily Telegraph": A. Greiser's and the Nazi Government's new decrees abolishing the Danzig Constitution guaranteed by the League of Nations; S. Lester's telegram of protest to the League of Nations refused by a Danzig telegraph clerk; a meeting had to be summoned by the League of Nations urgently, since the Council was the only body qualified to take the necessary decisions; French press different views on J. Beck's complicity or not with A. Greiser.
Extract from "Le Figaro": A. Forster's speech attacking S. Lester's action as Danzig High Commissioner; huge demonstrations in Poland against the new decrees issued by the Danzig Nazi Government; talks between Polish representatives (the president Moscicki, the general Rydz-Smigly and the Foreign Minister J. Beck) on the situation in Danzig; Geneva awaiting S. Lester's report on Danzig; Italian neutrality regarding Danzig.
On the report S. Lester had to prepare on the situation in Danzig following the repressive measures issued by A. Greiser, President of the Senate, and his Nazi Government.
Extract from the "Irish Times": reports on Danzig expected from the Polish Government and from S. Lester, if he thought fit, to submit a report to the League of Nations on the new decrees issued by the Danzig Nazi Government; tribute to S. Lester's work.
Extract from the "Manchester Guardian": Poland's diplomatic mission in Berlin to settle the conflict between the League of Nations and Germany with regard to the German cruiser Leipzig affair; Nazi terrorism against the Danzig Opposition.