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The British Council: Annual Report

Nature volume 155, pages 5860 (13 January 1945) | Download Citation



THE annual report of the British Council for the year ended March 31, 1944, covers the tenth year of the Council's work and indicates not only the part the Council has played in the war effort but also its value as an instrument for the no less difficult days of peace to come. Cultural relations are not competitive but reciprocal, and no Government can look with equanimity on the prospect after the War of international competition in this field.

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