Colonel Joseph Beck, the Polish Foreign Minister, together with Madame Beck, is in London, paying an official visit to the British Government, Colonel Beck has come to London to discuss various outstanding problems of international importance with Mr. Eden, and it is thought that in addition to these problems (which will almost certainly include Danzig) the emigration of Jews from Poland to Palestine and possible Polish colonial claims may figure on the agenda. Together with the Prime Minister, he attended the Guildhall banquet.
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13th November 1936
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