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Free German Institute in London

Nature volume 150, page 54 (11 July 1942) | Download Citation



A FREE German Institute is being founded by the science section of the Free German League of Culture in Great Britain. The aims of the Institute are: (i) to uphold and develop the valuable traditions of the Free German research work and teaching ; (ii) to provide for interchange of opinion between Free German men of science and those of the United Nations ; (iii) to strengthen the German refugee youth in the spirit of international understanding, and to enable them to help in re-shaping Germany's cultural life after the destruction of Nazism. The opening session will be held on July 17 at 7.30 p.m. at the Everyman Theatre, when an address will be given by Dr. Joseph Needham. Further particulars of the movement can be obtained from the secretary, Free German League of Culture, 36 Upper Park Road, London, N. W. 3.

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