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England's Green and Pleasant Land '—I, Sir HENRY HADOW: ' Tho Problem of the North '

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THE disappearance of England's countryside in the face of ever-increasing industrialization is a danger that must bo dealt with quickly and vigorously if wo are to retain the green fields and pleasant woodlands that our forefathers knew. This talk is the first of a series of four arranged in consultation with the Council for the Preservation of Rural England, and it is to bo given by the Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield University, who has for the last nine years lived in the heart of a district where the factories are still encroaching on the moors. Further talks in the series will bo given by Mr. Philip Snowden-who next Wednesday will deal with the Preservation of the South-by Professor G. M. Trevelynn and by Lord Grey of Fallodon.

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England's Green and Pleasant Land '—I, Sir HENRY HADOW: ' Tho Problem of the North '

2LO London, 9 May 1928 21.15






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