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 "Daily Telegraph": A. Greiser's and A. Forster's attacks on the League of Nations and its High Commissioner, they declared that Danzig had no more need of a governor; Poland's dilemma.
Extract from the "Daily Telegraph": speeches made by A. Greiser and A. Forster on the future of Danzig, explaining that Danzig wanted no more High Commissioners and should return to the Reich.
Extract from the "Sunday Times": attacks on the Danzig High Commissioner by the German Press on the grounds of his proposal of setting up a Committee to investigate the Danzig situation further to Opposition Parties' complaints and of his criticism of A. Forster and A. Greiser.
Extract from the "Catholic Herald": anti-Catholic measures and persecution of Catholic youth associations; incorporation of young children in the Hitler Youth; suppression in Danzig of the Catholic newspaper "Danziger Volkszeitung".
Extract from the "Belfast Newsletter" on two appointments made by the League of Nations Council: S. Lester as Danzig High Commissioner and J. McDonald as High Commissioner for Jewish refugees; Poland's objection to S. Lester's appointment; short biography on S. Lester.
Extract from the "Daily Telegraph": first official visit to London of J. Beck, Polish Foreign Minister, to discuss Danzig problems; K. Papée possible successor to S. Lester as Danzig High Commissioner.
Extract from "The Times": following S. Lester's departure from Danzig, Poland was designated as the country responsible for directing Danzig external affairs and the negotiations with Germany.