Address to the United Nations
- Address to the United Nations
Reprinting resolutions adopted at the Congresses convened in Warsaw (1950) and Berlin (1951), as submitted to U.N. Security Council Chairman Jacob Malik; condemning the use of force in Korea, the prolonged state of dependence and colonial subjection, and various human-rights issues; formulating several demands made of the United Nations; and submitting formal statements on the Korean conflict, "the Japanese Question," the struggle for peace in the colonies, and "the German problem."
- World Peace Council
June 26, 1951
Resolutions (administrative records)
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Series 1. Correspondence
Series 1A. Correspondence
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