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Professor Arnold J. Toynbee, one of the most outstanding intellectual figures of our time, died in October at the age of eighty-six. His vast erudition, accompanied with astonishing industry and magnificent style, made him a prolific writer on numerous and disparate subjects--ranging from works on the Armenian genocide of 1915 to his well-known twelve-volume work, A Study of History. Alongside his scholarly achievements, Toynbee worked for his government during both World Wars and was a member of the British delegation to the Paris peace conferences in 1919 and 1945.



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