lesia will be treated in accordance with international obligations.
The third point involves the Jews of Germany. The declaration will state, it is learned, that Germany, seeing from the three petitions presented to the League of Nations that the Jews consider themselves a national minority, is willing to study how to regulate the Jewish position in Germany as a national minority.
The points in the declaration have aroused tremendous interest in well-informed League circles here, which are inclined to interpret them as an honest intention on the part of Germany to regulate the Jewish question in the Reich on the basis of the national minority principle. Such a step, however, would be impossible without restoration of Jewish equality and Jewish political and civil rights.