"Colonial Month"

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    "COLONIAL MONTH", which was inaugurated by the King at Church House, Westminster, on June 21, represents a concerted effort of various societies, public institutions, firms, etc., to demonstrate to the public in Britain the products of the Colonies of Britain and the ways of life of their peoples. The Exhibition Hall of the Central Office of Information at Oxford Street, Marble Arch, W.I, provides the entrepiece of Colonial Month with its "Focus on Colonial Progress" Exhibition, which will be open until July 30. In addition, there will be special displays of Colonial products in London shop windows; many large London stores are arranging displays of books and colonial products, which include veneers, cocoa and Sea Island cotton.

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    "Colonial Month". Nature 163, 987 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/163987a0

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