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Jose Cantilo (ARG)
SA/13.2 · Item · 1934-09-17
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Speech on the admission of the USSR as a member of the League, stating that his Government has never recognized the USSR and charging maltreatment of former Argentine Minister, after which he abstains from voting and withdraws from the meeting (XVth Assembly, VIth Committee).

Jose Cantilo (ARG)
SA/13.1 · Item · 1934-09-14
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Speech on the Chaco Boundary Dispute. Presents Argentine plan for peace by arbitration (XVth Assembly).

Schuschnigg, Kurt (AUT)
SA/9 · Item · 1934-09-12
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Speech in German, interspersed with French translation of main points on the economic crises in the world and in Austria and the necessity of real peace to improve trade, and on the injustices of the Versailles Treaty towards Austria (XVth Assembly, 3rd Plenary Meeting, September 12th, 1934, at 4 p.m.).

Murray, Gilbert (UK)
SA/5 · Item · 1934-07
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Two speeches (International Committee for Intellectual Cooperation):

  1. Eulogy on life of Mme Curie and her contribution to the scientific world. (8 minutes)
  2. Speech on the work of the committee and an invitation to men of intellect from different nations to meet and work together for the co-operative study of international questions, international understanding and solidarity. (7 minutes).
Aga Khan (IND)
SA/4 · Item · 1934-07-20
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Speech on the present chaotic state of the world as a consequence of the manufacture of weapons of world destruction, pointing out that instead of preparing for war, nations should prepare for international world order and peace and stating that the countries not yet members of the League have shown their preparedness to act on a permanent security commission if the League would institute one (XVth Assembly, VIth Committee).

Skelton, O. (CAN)
SA/2.1 · Item · 1934-09-17
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Speech concerning the position of the Canadian delegation with regard to the admission of the USSR to the League, stating that although Canada is opposed to the régime, it would vote for USSR admission in the hope that it will facilitate the opening of a better era (XVth Assembly, VIth Committee, IVth Meeting Held on Monday, September 17th, 1934, at 4.30 p.m., Question 14: Question of the Entry of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics into the League of Nations) .

Eden, Anthony (UK)
SA/2.2 · Item · 1934-09-17
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Statement affirming the United Kingdom's support of the admission of the USSR, which will "universalize" the League of Nations (XVth Assembly, VIth Committee, IVth Meeting Held on Monday, September 17th, 1934, at 4.30 p.m., Question 14: Question of the Entry of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics into the League of Nations).