Extract from the "Irish Times" on A. Eden's report on the situation in Danzig.
Extract from "Le Temps": dispute between France and Turkey on the status of the Sanjak of Alexandretta; talks between A. Eden and J. Beck on the situation in Danzig.
Extract from "Le Temps" on the settlement of the Danzig Nazi crisis: A. Greiser's agreement to the League of Nations' conditions to put an end to Nazis' unconstitutional methods.
Extract from the "Manchester Guardian" on the difficult situation in Danzig: Nazi Government of Danzig in revolt against the League of Nations' decisions; Danzig Constitution violated by several laws and decrees issued by the Nazi Government; S. Lester's report on a petition requesting the general elections of 7 April 1935 be invalidated, on the suppression of opposition newspapers and on A. Forster's role as real ruler of Danzig.
Nazis' new blow in Danzig: new measures taken by the Danzig Nazi Government, presided over by A. Greiser, abolished the freedom guaranteed by the Constitution of the Free City, such as political freedom, freedom of the Opposition press, the right to join associations and the rights of the Jews, and it also established the Gestapo in Danzig, giving the police special powers.
On Danzig elections and the Nazis' failure to reach their goal of two-thirds majority in the Free City.
Excerpt from the "Daily Herald" regarding German press reports demanding the removal of S. Lester as the High Commissioner in Danzig; speculates that A. Hitler's next objective is the control of Danzig; includes brief history of Danzig.
On the visit of courtesy the German officers of the cruiser Leipzig refused to pay to the League of Nations High Commissioner S. Lester.
Excerpt from the "Huddersfield Examiner" regarding the dangerous situation in Danzig and the speculation that it is the result of the League of Nations' capitulation to Benito Mussolini; includes short history of Danzig.
Extract from the "Economist" on S. Lester's report revealing violations of the Danzig Constitution by the Nazi Government, on A. Eden's speech as "rapporteur" on the subject to the League of Nations, and on the League of Nations' recommendations to A. Greiser, President of the Danzig Senate.