Series AC/1 - NATO International Information Conference

INFORMATION POUR LES REUNIONS DU 12 AU 14 AVRIL 1951 REVISED AGENDA FOR NATO INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION MEETING, 12TH - 14TH APRIL 1951 TEXT OF AN ADDRESS BY MR HAAKON LIE, SECRETARY OF THE NORWEGIAN LABOUR PARTY EXPOSE DE MR HAAKON LIE, SECRETAIRE DU PARTI SOCIALISTE NORVEGIEN RESOLUTION ON THE RELEASE OF MILITARY INFORMATION RESOLUTION CONCERNANT LA PUBLICATION DE RENSEIGNEMENTS MILITAIRES RESOLUTION ON THE RELEASE OF ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION RESOLUTION CONCERNANT LA PUBLICATION DE RENSEIGNEMENTS ECONOMIQUES ET INDUSTRIELS RESOLUTION ON INITIATIVE IN THE COUNTER PROPAGANDA FIELD RESOLUTION SUR LA POLITIQUE DE CONTRE-PROPAGANDE RESOLUTION SUR LA POLITIQUE DE CONTRE-PROPAGANDE RESOLUTION ON INITIATIVE IN THE COUNTER PROPAGANDA FIELD RESOLUTION ON THE NATO INFORMATION SERVICE AS A CLEARING HOUSE FOR INFORMATION RESOLUTION DEFINISSANT LE SERVICE D'INFORMATION DU NATO COMME BUREAU CENTRAL DE L'INFOR... RESOLUTION DEFINISSANT LE SERVICE D'INFORMATION DU NATO COMME BUREAU CENTRAL DE L'INFOR... RESOLUTION ON THE NATO INFORMATION SERVICE AS A CLEARING HOUSE FOR INFORMATION RESOLUTION ON THE NATO INFORMATION SERVICE PROGRAMME - FUTURE MEETINGS AND LIAISON RESOLUTION CONCERNANT LE PROGRAMME, LES REUNIONS FUTURES ET LA LIAISON DU SERVICE D'INFORMAT... RESOLUTION CONCERNANT LE PROGRAMME, LES REUNIONS FUTURES ET LA LIAISON DU SERVICE D'INFORMAT... RESOLUTION ON THE NATO INFORMATION SERVICE PROGRAMME - FUTURE MEETINGS AND LIAISON
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AC/1

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NATO International Information Conference

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  • 1951 (Creation)

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(1951)

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The AC/1 chronological series contains the records of the NATO International Information Conference. This conference was held on 12-14 April 1951 in London, under the auspices of the NATO Information Service and the Heads of Information Services of the twelve signatories to the North Atlantic Treaty.Its purpose was to elicit discussion of the programme proposed by the NATO Information Service, to define the role of NATO's civil and military bodies in the area of information and to allow officials from the various national Information Services to outline the situation prevailing in their countries. During the Conference, problems of organization and liaison between the national information services and the NATO Information Service were addressed. Finally, the conference provided an opportunity to deal with issues related to the use of information technologies and resources for raising awareness of NATO, as well as to the strategy employed in the ideological struggle.The delegates examined several resolutions, which led to the submission of recommendations to the Council Deputies(1).

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The AC/1 series consists of the Conference agenda, statements and speeches given on that occasion, resolutions which were discussed and a press release.
The records deal with the role of the NATO Information Service and of the various national Information Services, the information technologies and resources used to raise awareness of NATO, the nature and scope of Soviet propaganda, counter-propaganda and elements impacting on the morale of the general public in the member nations.

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The records in the AC/1 series are assembled by type - Document (D) and Record (R) - and then by number.

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NATO publicly disclosed information is available for research and education purposes. Any commercial use requires the written permission of NATO. Please credit the NATO Archives should any documents be used for publication. Guidelines for the proper citation of NATO publicly disclosed information can be found on the NATO Archives website (http://www.nato.int/archives).

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The documents of the chronological series were circulated in both NATO official languages (English and French).

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(1) See the D series.

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