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Ask Britain to Push Aid for Refugees

nization by the League of Nations involves the decision of the League in principle, since the League is now not treating the refugee question as a permanent problem.

“The British government will do nothing to obstruct the creation of ### permanent organization in Geneva by the League for handling the refugees. I am, however, not ### to state at present what attitude the government may adopt,” Sir John informed the delegation. “Any well founded proposal will certainly have sympathetic consideration,” he added.