§ Mr. J. Hynd
In the British zone of Germany the churches are responsible for about 60 per cent. of all the clubs formed. Of the remainder the greater number are independent clubs—mainly sports clubs— but there is a minority organised by the political parties and trade unions. When the re-establishment of a Boy Scout movement in the British zone was considered some time ago, it was then decided that76W conditions were not suitable. The position is being re-examined from time to time. In the British zone of Austria the youth organisations of the principal political parties are responsible for the majority of the clubs, but there are a large number of church clubs and a few boy scout troops.