Two of them, Ludwig Weber, "Oberregierungsrat Verwaltungsgerichtdirektor" and F. Chall, "Kriminalsekretär", were in Schutzhaft (protective custody); protests against A. Greiser's action, the Danzig Constitution had to be respected.
Further to the agreement reached between A. Eden and A. Greiser at Geneva regarding the curtailment of the ban imposed on the "Danziger Volkstimme", three letters from A. Greiser dated 24 May, 17 June and 5 July and two letters from A. Eden dated 2 and 15 July.
Senate's reply to Polish Minister regarding the Saar/Danzig placard; "Gazette Gdansk"; Polish paper seized by the Police on account of the article: "Election terror by National Socialists"; A. Greiser's invitation to A. Eden to visit Danzig: negative reply; Aide-Mémoire dated 26 March 1935: S. Lester's reply to A. Greiser's speech containing fundamental inexactitudes as to the functions attributed to the League of Nations by the Treaties in force.
Survey on International Affairs by Toynbee on Danzig for '36; S. Lester's comments; constant uncertainty regarding German line; A. Greiser's and A. Forster's characters; A. Greiser's departure from reception in 1936; Polish alarm in July 1936; Poland's position with League of Nations in retreat; J. Avenol and not Council responsible for S. Lester's appointment as Deputy Secretary-General; C. Burckhardt's sympathy towards National-Socialists.
Position of the Jews in Danzig getting worse: A. Greiser, substitute of H. Rauschning, did not respect H. Rauschning's promise to issue a law to protect the Jews, boycott against Jews in Danzig, continuous violations of the Constitution regarding the Jews.
On the visits paid by or returned to the Danzig High Commissioner: President A. Greiser, Minister K. Papée and President Nederbragt.
A. Greiser's ridiculous declaration to the American press, illustrating his naïveté; A. Forster too busy to be interviewed by the American press; A. Greiser's congratulations regarding S. Lester's reappointment; League of Nations' guarantees in Danzig.
Translation in French of K. Papee's letter regarding A. Greiser's speech on Danzig, on the Polish-German Pact, on alleged negotiations between Berlin and Geneva, as well as between Berlin and Warsaw.
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.
Extract from the "Echo de Varsovie": A. Greiser's two violent speeches made at Geneva against the League of Nations; A. Greiser stated, however, that Danzig wanted to keep good relationships with Poland; historical facts on Danzig and its Polish population.