October 1929: speech made little after Stresemann's death, criticizing Stresemann and the League of Nations; 1931: article published in the "Angriff", of which Goebbels was the director, article criticizing Briand, Stresemann and the League of Nations; 1932: speech made at the Lustgarten on the changes Germany will make within the League of Nations.
Geneva as world diplomatic centre with the League of Nations world conferences and committees dealing with every question of international interest (economic, financial, social, political, etc.) and the League of Nations Council being the highest diplomatic authority in the world; Irish representatives' duties, salaries and allowances; change of the Secretary-General; possible establishment of Great Powers' permanent delegates to the League of Nations.
Difficulties regarding staff, offices, money and S. Lester's salary.
On the financial difficulties of Austria; the work of financial reconstruction pursued by the Financial Committee; and the resolution adopted by the International Labour Conference with reference to the economic and financial crisis.
S. Lester was requested to give strong support to the International Labour Conference resolution on economic crisis; telegram sent by E.J. Phelan of the International Labour Office to O'Rahilly regarding this International Labour Conference resolution.
S. Lester was surprised by the telegram regarding the International Labour Conference resolution on the economic crisis sent by E.J. Phelan of the International Labour Office to Professor O'Rahilly; S. Lester's position regarding this resolution.