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Organisation in London to deal with the League of Nations Questions - Secretary-General - Suggestion that the various Government Departments appoint a special Representative to deal with League of Nations questions, such Representatives could form an Inter-departmental Committee, the Secretary to be chosen from the staff of the War Cabinet.
Organisation in London to deal with the League of Nations Questions - Mr. PJ Baker - Suggestion that Sir Maurice Hankey's League Inter-Departmental Committee, when established, might avail themselves of the assistance of the Nationality and Aliens Committee of which Sir John Pedder of the Home Office is the Chairman.
Occupied Rhine Territory - Mr. H. Nicolson (Report No. 75) - Reports consideration by Supreme Council of note (copy annexed) by British Delegation on subject of extension of jurisdiction of the Rhineland Commission, after the coming into force of the Treaty, to that part of the left bank of the Rhine occupied by American troops.
Occupied Rhine Territory - Foreign Office, London (Report No. 34) - Reports that a working system has been drawn up with respect to the American zone of occupation, but Sir H. Stuart fears that points of conflict may arise - He considers it essential that the authority of the High Commissioner in the American zone should be recognised by the American Government at the earliest possible date.
Occupied Rhine Territory - Mr. Harold Nicolson (Report No. 90) - Reports adoption by Ambassadors' Council of Marshal Foch's demand that the German Government should maintain an efficient staff on the Rhenish Railways under the direction of Herr Oppemen attached to the Inter-Allied Commission of the Rhenish Field Railways at Trier.