Threes that survived conflict
Friendship Trees in Great Britain
Rotary Serves in Two Wars
“Friendship trees which I have planted in Germany, Estonia, Finland, Norway, China, and Japan may have been laid low through the ravages of war but memory of them and of their purpose remains ever green. The reconstruction of Rotary throughout Europe is now being well planned and the flood of new clubs in far way nations has gained amazingly.” Paul P. Harris “My Road to Rotary” page 257 copyright Rotary International
At the right, Harris plants the Berlin tree in 1932. It was one of the few trips where his wife, Jean, did not accompany the founder of Rotary.