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Document · 1933.05.31
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Extract from the "Chicago Tribune" (Paris): Germany objected that the Bernheim petition was invalid, the Council of the League of Nations decided to appoint three jurists to make a report on the legality of the Bernheim petition complaining that Germany had infringed the rights of the Jewish minority in Upper Silesia, the Council's reporter declared that the German Government's anti-Semitic measures clearly violated the provisions of the German-Polish Pact guaranteeing the minorities in Upper Silesia.

Document · 1935.01.19
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Extract from "The Times": negotiations between France and Germany left a cloud, P. Laval emphasized he would work for "the solid organization of peace, by agreements giving reciprocal guarantees"; incidents in the Saar; Nazi salute in the Council room; Catholic petition raising the question of the extent to which the Government of Danzig could carry out National Socialism on the German model without infringement of the Constitution guaranteed by the League of Nations; S. Lester on the creation in Danzig of new economic institutions such as the "Arbeitsfront"; measures affecting the liberty of the opposition Press, etc.