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The Cundill History Prize website may link to the websites of literary and related associations, publishers, organizations, interest groups, awards, sites devoted to specific authors and artists, as well as groups and resources from around the world that we believe site visitors will find interesting or useful. These links are based on our knowledge of the site, organization or publication, and requests from groups we are unfamiliar with may not be accepted, due to the time required to exercise due diligence in this area.
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