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: THE UNITED STATES AND WORLD POWER

by H. G. Nicholas
Fellow of New College. Oxford
The recently published book Theodore Roosevelt and the Rise of America to World Power, by Howard K. Bearle , provides H. G. Nicholas with the background for this talk. In it he analyses the mixture of ambition and fear of involvement that has characterised the attitude of the American people to world affairs in the first half of this century.

Contributors

Unknown: H. G. Nicholas
Unknown: Theodore Roosevelt
Unknown: Howard K. Bearle
Unknown: H. G. Nicholas

: Harry Andrews, Ernest Milton Stephen Murray, Donald Pleasence and Perlita Neilson in 'CORRUPTION IN THE PALACE OF JUSTICE'

A play by Ugo Betti Translated and adapted by Henry Reed
Production by Donald McWhinnle
DURING THEINTERVAL (9.5-9.15app.):
Last movement of Symphony No. 6
(Malipiero) : on a gramophone record

Contributors

Play By: Ugo Betti
Production By: Donald McWhinnle

: ORGAN RECITAL

by Ralph Downes
From Brompton Oratory. London

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Downes

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