Extract from "The Times" regarding officials arrested for political reasons.
Extract from "The Observer" on attacks by the German Press on S. Lester accused of overstepping his functions, of placing before the League of Nations Danzig questions, such as petitions from the anti-Nazi opposition parties which challenged the validity of last April's elections, and of having written a report on the unconstitutional action of the Danzig Nazi Senate.
Excerpt from the "Irish Weekly Independent" regarding A. Greiser's speech at the League of Nations Council meeting in Geneva and the angry response of the the delegates to his speech and attitude.
On the dissolution of the Communist Party.
Extract from the "Berliner Tagesblatt": S. Lester's appointment as Deputy Secretary-General of the League of Nations.
Extract from "The Guardian": Germany wanted Austria and Danzig; Danzig was under Nazi terror; the "Leipzig" cruiser incident was the first German offensive against the League of Nations; the Danzig Nazi Government's new decrees seemed to have completely annihilated the League of Nations' action in Danzig; Danzig Nazis were the instruments of Berlin in the reconquest of Danzig; League of Nations' urgent action needed in order the guaranteed principles of the Constitution be observed by the Nazis in Danzig.
Excerpt from the "Daily Mail" describing article in the offical Nazi paper "Voelkischer Beobachter" that calls for the removal of S. Lester from Danzig.
Extract from the "Daily Telegraph": opposition to S. Lester's proposal of setting up a Committee to investigate the situation in Danzig further to complaints against the Nazi Government.
Extract from the "Daily Telegraph": S. Lester attacked by German Authorities and by A. Forster following the slight directed against S. Lester by the captain of the visiting German cruiser "Leipzig".