Petition in support of the letter of resignation of James G. McDonald, former high commissioner for refugees (Jewish and other) coming from Germany and concerning the treatment of Jews and non-Aryans by the German government, including an Annex establishing the historical precedents andlegal grounds for international action: Addressed to the XVIIth plenary assembly of the League of nations
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