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1934

Rev. George Bell, now Bishop of Chichester, a cathedral town in the south of England, chairs the Universal Christian Council for Life and Work and gets to know German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. A staunch pacifist, in later years Bell would become known for opposing the atomic arms race and for supporting many Christian initiatives of the time aimed at ending the Cold War.

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