For a person who has spent some three and a half years out of the last four years abroad, usually in the midst of problems created by this war, attempting to bring some relief to the millions in distress, it is a great comfort to me to be here and to see this group of men and women who are giving serious consideration to postwar problems.
In every place I have been, I have seen groups of people meeting to discuss this problem. In most of the places I have been, they could not discuss the problem at banquets because of food regulations and sometimes because it was not safe for large groups of people to be together in one room. In London I had the great pleasure of participating in the discussion some eighteen months ago at the Royal Institute of Science, in a meeting where they discussed postwar
ALLEN RF. WORK OF THE RED CROSS IN POSTWAR MEDICAL REHABILITATION. JAMA. 1943;122(1):26–27. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840180028009
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