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How-Martyn discusses Sanger's plans to travel to Europe and a meeting with Hung-Chung Chang about efforts in China.

Sue Green was a British-born former headmistress of a English girls school in Constantinople who was living in France by the 1920s. She became a birth control activist after meeting Edith How-Martyn and Emilie Rieder, and worked on organizing in…

How-Martyn reports news from France and Poland, suggests holding fundraisers for the BCIIC, and attaching birth control sessions to women's conferences and the League of Nations.

How-Martyn discusses Sanger's admirers in Europe, contributing content to the "New Generation," books written by Kan Majima and Janet Chance, visits from German and Danish activist, and Sanger's plans for travel in 1932.

How-Martyn discusses work of Berty Albrecht and Sue Green in France.

On July 23, 1920, France passed a law prohibiting the sale of birth control devices and the distribution of birth control or abortion propaganda. It was amended in 1967.

How-Martyn reports on her birth control travels in Palestine and Syria, her efforts to start birth control services there and how the French and British colonial governments affected her work. Also discusses the relations between Jews, Christians…

Sanger enjoyed Humbert's La Reforme Modern and describes Congressional Hearings on doctors'-only bill.

Dr. Lascaux opposed laws against birth control.

Georges Beltrami was a professor at the School of Medicine of Marseilles who opposed the 1920 French law against birth control

Professor Henri Jean Baptiste Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu was an opponent of birth control who wrote La Question de Population.

Tire company that supported pro-natalists in France in 1920s.

An organization that worked to increase the French birth rate in the 1920s.

Eugène Humbert worked for birth control in France in the 1920s.

Gaston Doumergue was president of France when the anti-contraception law was passed in 1920.

Gabriel Giroud was a leading French birth control propagandist who wrote under the pseudonym, Georges Hardy and was associated with La Ligue de la Régénération Humaine.

Gabriel Giroud's report on the French birth control situation, covers the effects of the 1920 law banning contraception, small families on the French economy, the pro-natalist government and culture in France and efforts to promote birth control…
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