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Transcription of Russian Names

Nature volume 110, page 635 (11 November 1922) | Download Citation

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I Do not wish to prolong the correspondence upon this subject further than to say that in their letter appearing in NATURE, October 14, p. 512, Messrs. Druce and Glazunov meet (in my opinion) none of the objections to a Czech-script transliteration of Russian pointed out in my letter (NATURE, July 15, p. 78), but merely reiterate their views,—in which, by the way, I think I could pick a number of holes were space available.

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  1. Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London, S.W.7, October 20.

    • EDWARD GLEICHEN

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