Interview on the carrying out of the League of Nations Council's recommendations, on the question of the Danzig reunification to the German Reich, on the so-called respect of the Constitution by the Danzig Nazi Government, and on the problem of the interdependence of the Government and the Party.
No name of the newspaper was mentioned. "Fifinella" was Elsie Tyrrell, born in 1897, married S. Lester in 1920 according to note written on the cutting.
No name of the newspaper was mentioned.
Extracts from "The Times" and the "Irish Independent" with two press photographs.
Subject of the file: Securing employment for refugees for the construction of the pipe-line. Includes notes exchanged with the Information and Mandates Section and Armenian, English, French and German language press (London, Geneva, Paris, New York) cuttings as well as an excerpt of the Official Gazette (Palestine) with the Convention concluded between the Irak Petroleum Company and the British High Commissioner for the Palestine, article XI concerned employment of workers.
Extract from the "Irish Independent" regarding the conditions of the evacuation of the Japanese troops; photograph of S. Lester.
Proposal to form an Irish Society in Geneva.
Extract from the "News Chronicle".
About the withdrawal of the Japanese troops.