Libraries in Bombed Centres: Further Reports

Library Review

ISSN: 0024-2535

Publication date: 1 February 1941


READERS will understand that owing to the operation of the Censorship and to the fact that news travels slowly, it has not been possible to present anything like a complete record of libraries damaged or destroyed. In any case to do that was not our aim. All that was desired was to keep the library service here and in other free lands informed as to the result of enemy attack on institutions. This third series of reports is much of the same pattern as those already published in this magazine. The note from Coventry deals with prospective reorganisation, but since the note was received the city has suffered again.—Editor, L.R.


(1941), "Libraries in Bombed Centres: Further Reports", Library Review, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 42-48.




Copyright © 1941, MCB UP Limited

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