Eric Hobsbawm has noted: 'There is no educated person in Britain with an interest in the arts who does not owe an enormous debt to the man who came from Vienna in 1938, who founded and directed the publishing house Thames and Hudson in 1949 and set it on the course which it still steers, thirty years after his death.
Hobsbawm, Eric: 'Walter Neurath Memorial Lecture 1998'
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