On a recent trip to France and Italy the writer has visited many of the physics laboratories there, and talked to a large number of physicists. It is not the purpose of this article to provide the reader with a careful survey of European physics; any number of Europeans are certainly more qualified for that sort of study. Rather, I shall try to present the impressions of a tourist, in this case a physicist.

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