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Program (19450518ko)

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Program Number: 19450518ko
Title: The Conference and China
Program Date: May 18, 1945
Location: -
Duration: -
Summary: Koos explains that the Chinese delegation's objectives at the United
Nations conference are: (1) to contribute its part in setting up a
machinery through which peace and security may be maintained, and (2) to
cooperate with the other members of the United Nations in promoting the
welfare of all people and in establishing the rule of law in international
conduct. He states that the emergence of a united China will be a
stabilizing factor in the far east and Pacific, and thus a valuable asset
in our common purpose to preserve peace in the world.
Speaker(s): Koo, V. K. Wellington, 1888-1985. - Republic of China‘s ambassador to France, 1932-41, England, 1941-46, the United Nations, 1944-46, and the United States, 1946-56
Sample Audio: -
Subject Heading(s): China -- Foreign relations -- 1912-1949.
International relations.
United Nations Conference on International Organization (1945 : San Francisco)
Related Document(s): -
Related Collection(s): Preparatory Commission of the United Nations records, Hoover Institution Archives - http://library.stanford.edu/socrates
United Nations Conference on International Organization proceedings, 1945, Hoover Ins - http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf2f59n5jz/
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Last update: Nov 5, 2009