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6 November 1935
Pp 274/1/12-14 · Document · 1935.11.06
Fait partie de Private Archives

Some Danziger views on Nazis; epistolary curiosities.

8 November 1935
Pp 274/1/16-17 · Document · 1935.11.08
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Article in "Le Matin" on National Socialist chiefs in Danzig proposing to the Senate to forbid Sean Lester's return to Danzig from Geneva.

24 February 1936
Pp 274/1/86-87 · Document · 1936.02.24
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Alexander Cadogan, appointed Assistant Under Secretary of State at the Foreign Office; article by Vladimir d'Ormesson on Nazi regime and A. Hitler.

28 February 1936
Pp 274/1/90-93 · Document · 1936.02.28
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Senator Boeck (Education) and President of Volkstag E. Beyl; Regierungs-Präsident Budding from East Prussia; A. Eden's first official parliamentary speech as Foreign Minister; inspection and censorship of S. Lester's letter to J. Avenol by the Nazis.

15 June 1936 (2)
Pp 274/1/126-127 · Document · 1936.06.15
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More outrages - Attention drawn to Gauleiter (Regional Leader) A. Forster's activity; A. Forster, from Nazi Party, publicly claimed he represented the Führer.

16 June 1936
Pp 274/1/127-128 · Document · 1936.06.16
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Nazi demonstrations; Sean Lester might have to bring Danzig to the Special (Sanctions) sitting of the Council; possible "démarches" in Council, with Poland; difficulties between A. Greiser, President of the Danzig Senate, and A. Forster; Sean Lester's step with the German Government; Sean Lester took preventive measure possible to keep the situation from developing into a crisis requiring international action.

Press Cutting "The Nazis in Danzig"
Document · 1935.02.23
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Extract from the "Independent" on the dissolution of the Volkstag: since the result of the Saar plebiscite, Nazis's agitation increased in Danzig, by the use of the majority they obtained at the last election of the Volkstag, Nazis forced a dissolution of the Volkstag, in the hope a new election would give them nearly all of the seats; their main objective was to make Danzig to return to Germany.

Document · 1935.03.22
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Catholic Bishop O'Rourke denounced pagan tendencies, Marxism and Bolshevism in politics; A. Forster's speech: people giving information to the High Commissioner were "traitors and separatists"; A. Greiser's remarks: National Socialism accepted by whole German people except some anti-German elements in Danzig protected by an out-of-date Constitution.