The British Society for International Understanding

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    SIR ARTHUR HALL has been elected chairman of the British Society for International Understanding in succession to Mr. G. M. Young, the historian and literary critic, who has retired after holding the chairmanship since the Society's incorporation ten years age. Sir Arthur Hall is director of studies at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, and is also chairman of the English Association. Mr. Young remains chairman of the Editorial Committee of the Society's publication, The British Survey. Mr. Oliver Bell has been succeeded as vice-chairman of the Society by Colonel John Grace, of British Columbia, formerly director of education of the Canadian Army in Britain during the War.

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    The British Society for International Understanding. Nature 163, 905 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/163905e0

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