Archive Video: NATO Nears Nuclear Agreement
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Archive Video: NATO Nears Nuclear Agreement

The meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Paris, shown in this Dec. 17, 1964, report, has Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara presenting the United States case for a unified front with a joint nuclear force -- something France opposes. They also confirmed that nuclear demolition bombs have been planted along the East border. Video by Universal International News/The National Archives

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