Sub-sub-series - Jews in Upper Silesia

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Jews in Upper Silesia

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  • 1933.05-1933.09 (Creation)

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Several petitions from Jews in German Upper Silesia, and mainly the one of Franz Bernheim brought before the League of Nations Council by the Secretary-General.

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  • English
  • French

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    Also included is a one-page document in French on Goebbels and the League of Nations from 1929 to 1932.
    Protection period to: 1993-09-30
    Creation date remarks: S. Lester was appointed Rapporteur on minorities problems, in 1933, (after Japan left the Council).

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    39771

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    Completed

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        Protection period duration: 60

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        Permission: No permission necessary.

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        Physical usability: Without limits

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        Term of protection: None

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