SIR,—Would you permit me to correct a mis-statement which crept
into my letter on Army education as a result of a typing slip? I wrote that the Central Advisory Council for adult education in H.M. Forces and the Regional Committees arranged for more than 6o,000 lectures during 1944. I meant to write that more than 6o,000 lectures were arranged during six months in 1944. The exact figure for the period from April 1st, 1944, to March 31st, 1945, is 128,126 lectures and courses undertaken by full-time and part-time civilian lecturers.—Yours faithfully, R. Aius, University of Bristol Regional Committee on Education for H.M. Forces.
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