Archive Video: East-West Reach Historic Agreement
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Archive Video: East-West Reach Historic Agreement

In this July 25, 1963, broadcast, an atom test ban agreement has been initialed in Moscow, an historic milestone that acknowledges that man's future rests in his own hands. After 10 days of negotiations, Gromyko, Harriman and Hailsham accept the agreement for their governments. Now each country must ratify the pact. Video by Universal International News/The National Archives

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