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.
According to the local people, Danzig was destroyed by the Russian.
Attached to her letter dated 28 May 1947. See "Reference" below.
Two copies of the letter were filed.
Farewell dinner talk 10 January 1934; "The Role of the League" for the Scottish Club in Geneva in 1934; draft broadcast "Mutual" to USA marked "not used", dated 13 February 1946; "Danzig" recording transcript dated 25 January 1949; Arklow speech with draft titles of contents; "Anglo-Irish Affairs and War in Europe for Manchester Society", existed in 3 versions and all incomplete, dated 17 March 1953.
Biography of S. Lester presented in six parts: early life, Geneva, Danzig, return to Geneva and war, San Francisco, and return to Ireland.
Extract from "How Danzig Fell - Story of the Nazi Intrigue" featured in "The Times Literary Supplement."
Regarding Douglas Gageby's research for his book on S. ELster.