Subseries PDD NP - NATO Non-Periodical

Alliance Atlantique. Histoire de l’OTAN Au seul service de la paix. L’Organisation du Traité de l’Atlantique Nord L’OTAN au seul service de la paix NATO. Insurance for Peace NATO Means Peace Les syndicats et l’OTAN NATO Means Peace The Trade Unions and NATO Les syndicats et l’OTAN Scientific and Technical Co-operation in NATO The Trade Unions and NATO The Trade Unions and NATO NATO. April 1952 – April 1957. Text of Lord Ismay’s Report to the Ministerial Meeting of the Nort... OTAN. Avril 1952 – Avril 1957. Texte du Rapport de Lord Ismay à la Session Ministérielle du Conse... NATO. Insurance for Peace Questions d’actualité – Paul-Henri Spaak, Secrétaire Général de l’Organisation du Traité de l’Atl... NATO. Insurance for Peace L’OTAN. Garantie de Paix Know your NATO. North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Shield of Freedom, 1949-1959 L’O.T.A.N. Sécurité. Prospérité. NATO flag / Drapeau de l’OTAN - NATO emblem / Emblème de l’OTAN NATO flag / Drapeau de l’OTAN - NATO emblem / Emblème de l’OTAN NATO. Hope of The Free World NATO. Insurance for Peace Ten Years of Atlantic Co-operation 1949-1959. Special Issue NATO Letter
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PDD NP

Title

NATO Non-Periodical

Date(s)

  • 1954 - 2001 (Creation)

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Context area

Name of creator

(2003)

Administrative history

The NATO Information Service was established by Council resolution in 1950, and was most recently restructured into the Public Diplomacy Division in 2003. The NATO Information Service and later the Public Diplomacy Division created hundreds of informational publications, some on one-off topics, such as an anniversary of NATO, and longer serials, such as the “Aspect of NATO” series.

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Scope and content

The Series contains collections of published articles, official speeches, posters, brochures, pamphlets, and document facsimiles.
The Series topics range from general overviews of NATO, to specific topics, such as the NATO AWACS.

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Accruals

System of arrangement

The documents are generally organized into groups, like the “Aspects of NATO.”

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Conditions governing access

All content taken from NATO and republished must be clearly credited or sourced to NATO. For material that was not produced by NATO’s own information service (the Information Division, the Office of Information and Press, etc) or that contains copyrighted material from third parties, requests must be addressed directly to the originator.

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Language and script notes

There are 176 English documents, 124 French, 12 bilingual (ENG-FRE) and 1 Trilingual (ENG-FRE-RUS) documents in the Fonds.

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Note

Paper versions of these publications exist at PDD and the NATO Archives.

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NAO

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