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The recently-released book "Worthington & Crailsheim: 75 Years of Partnership" celebrates a history of friendship between the two cities.

From the hardship of World War II, through the generosity of children and families as our world rebuilt, has grown an ongoing partnership and student exchange between our two countries that continues to this day.

Here's to the next 75 years!

75th Anniversary book, lapel pin unveiled during visit by Crailsheim band, city residents.
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Originally published July 25th, 1947, in the The Worthington Daily Globe
A NEW experiment in international relations and relief has been launched with the acceptance by the Worthington committee of the German city of Crailsheim as the logical community to work with. The idea has been called “the Worthington plan, “ for want of a better name. The plan, developed after several months of study and correspondence with government officials, quite definitely has the blessing of the state department and the American military government. It is evident that they recognized in the plan, expanded on a larger scale, possibilities in helping meet the threat of communism in Germany.
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Originally published April 29, 1958.
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Editorial originally published April 29, 1958.
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Worthington and Crailsheim: 75 years of partnership

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