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Rights of Minorities in Upper Silesia (Minority Schools), Germany v Poland, Judgment, (1928) PCIJ Series A no 15, ICGJ 253 (PCIJ 1928), 26th April 1928, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]



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Whether the preliminary objections on jurisdiction and admissibility should be upheld.

Whether the Convention Relating to Upper Silesia (Germany/Poland), (Geneva, 15 May 1922) bestowed on any individual the privilege to freely decide whether he belonged to the national minority, and to decide on the first language of a child.

Whether the government could influence such a decision.

Whether the Court should pronounce on the equality issues.

Keywords: Admissibility; Arbitration; International organizations, acts; Minorities; Treaties, application; Treaties, interpretation

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Subjects: Territory ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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