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Education in the British Army

Nature volume 158, pages 775780 (30 November 1946) | Download Citation

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I: Problems Involved WHEN thinking of the Army Education Scheme it is not unnatural that the civilian mind tends to approach the problem by comparison with some civilian education organisation, for this is the only kind of yardstick ready to his hand. The soldier, on the other hand, will feel that he is a better judge; yet in the majority of present cases he will be able to bring to bear on the problem little more than the experience of some particular form of military organisation with which a few years' war service,has made him familiar.

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    • CYRIL LLOYD

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