Impressions of Veterinary medicine in Europe
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In attempting to comment on a six weeks tour of European veterinary schools it must first be acknowledged that impressions gained are not necessarily factual. This is particularly true since the visits were made during the vacation period while classes were not in session and many of the faculty members were vacationing. Also in certain of the countries the language problem prevented a complete exchange of thoughts. Nevertheless, the cordiality and warmth with which i was received and the effort made to fully acquaint me with each school was gratifying.