The Annual Register

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    THE new issue of this annual record follows the usual arrangement. The greater part is devoted to a factual and objective story of world history divided into national sections, half of which treat of Great Britain and the Dominions; the British Colonies have no separate section. The record is chronological, which puts the social history into perspective with the history of the War, and so gives an admirable sketch of human interests in the year. Under the headings of various enemy or enemy-occupied countries, there is much social history some of which failed to receive adequate notice in the restricted newspapers of to-day.

    The Annual Register

    A Review of Public Events at Home and Abroad for the Year 1943. (New Series.) Edited by Dr. M. Epstein. Pp. xii + 176. (London, New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1944.) 42s. net.

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    The Annual Register. Nature 154, 256 (1944) doi:10.1038/154256c0

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