Archive Video: Atoms-for-Peace Parley Opens
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Archive Video: Atoms-for-Peace Parley Opens

This Oct. 3, 1957, broadcast shows 60 nations taking part in the first meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency, in Vienna, bringing one step closer to fruition President Eisenhower's proposal for a U.N.-sponsored atoms-for-peace program. Video by Universal International News/The National Archives

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