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Ask Britain to Push Aid for Refugees

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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.

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