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2-' The Church, the Tribe, and Humanity'
Arnold J. Toynbee ,
Research Professor of International
History in the University of London
Tonight, in the second talk in this series, Professor Arnold Toynbee is to discuss the modern world's new
Faiths, which were mentioned in the opening talk last week.
Professor Toynbee is as well-known an authority on such subjects as Greek thought and civilisation as he is on modern international affairs. His qualifications and abilities enable him to serve both as Director of Studies in the Royal Institute of International Affairs and as Research Professor of International History in the University of London. He has brought a. fresh and thoroughly well-informed mind to a survey of the New Europe, and is acutely conscious of national post-war tendencies.


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National Programme Daventry, 19 January 1937 21.20

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