April 1944

April 1944
22, 3


Frank W. Notestein

Author's Note: The materials drawn upon in preparing this article were developed in the Office of Population Research, School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, with the generous financial assistance of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Milbank Memorial Fund. Neither of those organizations, however, is in any way responsible for the results or the interpretation.

Sir Frederick Handley Page

Editor's Note: For an American view of this subject see "Airways for Peace," by Edward Warner, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, October 1943.

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