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The Library World Volume 46 Issue 6

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 January 1944

Abstract

It will be a momentous year, even if prophecies are not fulfilled in the sense in which they are so recklessly made. Threats of terrors at Christmas, especially for London, did not materialize. There are some readers who whisper that they do not believe in a Second Front at all. And so on: jade Rumour lies as earnestly today as ever in her unwholesome history. But much must happen before we can again utter the wish with which we begin. Our business, in addition to our imperative war duties, is to carry to conclusions of value the post‐war policies we have received from the Library Association. We have more than that to do. Some of our libraries, even those that have not suffered from direct bombing, are in a state which in peace conditions we should say was deplorable.

Citation

(1944), "The Library World Volume 46 Issue 6", New Library World, Vol. 46 No. 6, pp. 85-100. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009269

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MCB UP Ltd

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