Extract from the "Manchester Guardian" on discrimination cases exercised by the Nazi Government against Danzig People.
Extract from "The Times" on the Committee of Jurists appointed by the League of Nations Council to work on petitions from the Danzig population complaining of infringement of the Constitution by the Danzig Senate.
Extract from the "World Jewry": A. Greiser, President of the Senate, accepted the reports by A. Eden and S. Lester on the infringement of the Danzig Constitution by the Nazi Government, as well as the League of Nations Council's conditions to repeal Nazi unconstitutional methods and laws.
Extract from the "Belfast Post" on the League of Nations Council's examination of reports on the Danzig dispute made by S. Lester and A. Eden, and on A. Greiser's promises to carry out the League of Nations' instructions to put an end to the violations of the Danzig Constitution.
Regarding a meeting of the League of Nations Assembly in Geneva to discuss the future of sanctions, Germany's denunciation of the Lucerno Pact, Turkey's ambition to refortify the Dardanelles, and the situation in the Free City of Danzig.
Extract from the "Morning Post": A. Eden on the "deplorable" situation in Danzig owing to violations of the Constitution by the Nazi Government; appointment of a Committee of experts on oil sanctions; full support promised to the British Fleet in Mediterranean by France, Greece, Yugoslavia and Turkey.
Extract from the "Sunday Times": A. Eden, Foreign Secretary, will attend the League of Nations Council's session on Italo-Ethiopian dispute and the complaint of the Minority Parties in Danzig against methods employed and decrees issued by the Nazi Government that violated the principles of the Constitution; Goebbel's speech in Berlin claiming return of the German colonies.
Extract from the "Morning Post": League of Nations Council Meeting main themes were the Abyssinian war and German activity in Danzig, illness of King George, S. Lester's report on Danzig.
Extract from the "Journal des Nations": Constitution, freedom and National Socialism were the three key words of the Danzig problem.
Trouble situation in Danzig; test case of the League of Nations' authority; A. Eden's report to the League of Nations upon the political situation in Danzig rejected as an attempt to distract the world's attention from the League's inability to put an end to the Italo-Abyssinian conflict; J. Beck's speech interpreted as a rebuff to A. Eden and S. Lester.