Delegates of the 7th Assembly of the League of Nations at the Woodrow Wilson Memorial in Geneva, Switzerland. Shows Norwegian delegate Dr. Nansen; President of International Labor Organization, Thomas Albert; Count Johann-Heinrich Von Bernstroff of Germany and a host of inventors and reformers. Delegates at ease before for the council meeting at the Pales Des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Japanese delegates pose for a group photo at the League's gardens. Latin American delegates converse. Shows Mr. Urrutia of Columbia and Mr. Guani of Uruguay in conversation.
Delegates of the 7th Assembly of the League of Nations enjoy their weekend in Geneva, Switzerland. Delegates do yachting on the lake of Geneva, play golf at the golf links, or play lawn tennis. Sir Eric Drummond of Great Britain smokes a pipe at a golf club. Japanese delegates play golf.
Shows 7th assembly meeting of the League of Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. The delegates vote on the admission of Germany. President of Assembly Eduard Benes open the 7th Assembly of the League. President of the 7th Assembly Mr. Ninchich addresses the assembly. Shows a telegram which is sent to the German Government by the Secretary General Eric Drummond. A reply to the League by Gustav Stresemann of Germany. Shows arrival of German delegation at Geneva. Press and public gather at the event.
Shows interiors of the League of Nations building in Geneva, Switzerland. Delegates converse among themselves in empty rooms and council chambers.
Delegates of the 7th Assembly for the League of Nations arrive in Geneva, Switzerland. Men raise flags on building. Large crowd gathered.
Delegates of the 7th Assembly of the League of Nations converse inside a hotel in Geneva, Switzerland. Press, media and public wait outside to get a glimpse of the delegates. The delegates exit the hotel after the meeting. Shows several dignitaries including M Briand; Signor V. Scialoja, representative of Italy; Dr. Stresemann and German Delegation; the Japanese representative M. Adatci; M. Motta representing the Swiss Confederation; Count Appony of Hungary; Czechoslovakian Minister for Foreign Affairs M. Benes with his staff.