Education: Tomorrow's Children

> In Berlin, Kiki, 4, asked her artist-pacifist father what the word war meant. He told her, as horribly and gruesomely as he could. Said she, hopefully: "And can women play it too?"

> In Nish, Yugoslavia, as Hitler attacked Poland, a group of high-school students discussed their country's neutrality. Said one: "That's all right, but I don't see how we can afford to remain neutral. Our generation hasn't had its war yet."

> In London, Coventry and Plymouth, air-raid wardens found it almost impossible to keep youngsters in shelters. They insisted on fighting fires,...

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