International: Progress Report (Mid-Century)

In Liège, Belgium, behind the ancient walls of Liège University, the world's foremost authorities on medical criminology gathered to report their latest findings. There was so much to tell that the lectures, being delivered in three rooms simultaneously, had to be limited; every five minutes, an alarm clock rang to silence a speaker.

Dr. Jean Fourcade of Strasbourg, a specialist, demonstrated a new method of ascertaining the respective positions of killed and killer in murders where a pistol is fired through a windowpane. Dr. Muller of Lille spoke on "Encouraging Toxicomania with the View...

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