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June 16, 1951

Health and Human Relations in Germany

JAMA. 1951;146(7):688. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670070080045

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This is a report of a conference attended by persons who have done work in Germany in connection with the United States Military Government, now High Commission for Germany, UNESCO, some British and French representatives, and a few Germans. Although "health" is first in the title, most of the volume is devoted to education and the function of the democratic process in relation to the German character. The report ought to be of wide interest but probably will not be, because the indications are that, despite the recommendations of qualified persons who have been in Germany, the policy of the United States seems to be constant curtailment of personnel and funds through which human relations and health progress in Germany could be fostered.

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