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The Library World Volume 45 Issue 7

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 February 1943



THE re‐opening of air offensive action on both sides, which marked the later part of January, is likely to complicate life considerably for librarians. The lull that has been enjoyed during the Russian operations, and is probably owing to them, may prove to have been deceptive. We do not know yet how much further the destruction of buildings—and amongst them libraries—will go before a decision is reached. We suppose by now that every librarian has taken every precaution within his power to preserve his stock and his service : more than that it is hardly possible to do with the resources to which we are now restricted.


(1943), "The Library World Volume 45 Issue 7", New Library World, Vol. 45 No. 7, pp. 101-116.




Copyright © 1943, MCB UP Limited

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