World Battlefronts: Children at War

In a learned gathering in London last week a Yugoslav made a scene, but no one was embarrassed for him. Dr. Milan Grol, Yugoslavia's Minister of Education, was speaking to 230 educators from 16 countries, convened to add a "Children's Charter" to the Atlantic Charter.

"Before discussing the ideal program of tomorrow," said Dr. Grol, "we must confront the grave and immediate problem [of] how to keep thousands of children alive . . . children without parents, children with neither bread nor roof, some mown down by epidemics, others grown slowly blind...

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