Archive Video: Scores of Nations Join in Atom Ban
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Archive Video: Scores of Nations Join in Atom Ban

Nations join the Big Three in signing an atom-test ban agreement in this Aug. 8, 1963, report. The Kremlin is the setting for the historic event as the United States, Britain and the USSR agree to ban all except underground nuclear testing. Dean Rusk signs for the U.S., Andrei Gromyko for the Soviets and Lord Home for Britain as Kruschev looks on with U.N. Secretary General U. Thant. Video by Universal International News/The National Archives

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