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Report of the Executive Committee, 1938–47

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After the interruption caused by the war in international co-operation the desire was felt to organize the Union’s affairs anew as soon as possible, and to enable the Union to resume its activities at an early date.

As circumstances did not yet permit a General Assembly to be called, the Executive Committee met at Copenhagen, from March 7 to 13, 1946, together with other representatives from thirteen countries to discuss problems for which decisions were required immediately.

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page no 27 note * The decisions had the approval of the General Meeting of Delegates, but are subject to subsequent approval by a regular General Assembly.

page no 28 note * The Executive Committee has further voted an annual grant of 2500 gold francs for this purpose to the President of Commission 20.

page no 29 note * The idea of an international observatory was suggested independently by the Polish delegation and by Dr Shapley. It received the unanimous support of the Meeting of Delegates.

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