Special Issue of the NATO Letter, a collection of nine letters incorporating the topics of Defence, Military development, Political and Economic consultation, Scientific cooperation, Civil Emergency planning, Public Opinion and the move of NATO HQ.
Handbook created to house recordings of Mr. Spaak's, Mr. Norstad's, Mr. Luns' and Mr. Roberts' addresses (recordings not included). Also included are short essays by Prime Minister Macmillian, President Eisenhower, President De Gaulle, Chancellor Adenauer and Foreign Minister Lange as well as numerous advertisement for contemporary service.
Une brochure composée exclusivement de citations empruntées aux plus récents discours de M. Paul-Henri Spaak, Secrétaire Général de l'OTAN. Ces citations apportent une réponse à la plupart des grands problèmes politiques du moment.
The second edition of a pamphlet addressed to Trade Unionists in order to examine the significance of NATO for organised labour, to bring out someof the problems of common concern to Trade Unions and to NATO, and, finally, to urge upon trade unionists the reasons for studying the future development of the Atlantic Community.
Text of Lord Ismay’s Report to the Ministerial Meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Bonn, which indicates the principal developments which have taken place in NATO since we moved to Paris in April 1952, and to present an idea of the progress that has been made in the principal NATO activities during the past five years.
L'édition Canadienne (Confédération des travailleurs catholiques du Canada, ou CTCC, maintenant la CSN) de la brochure addressé aux syndicalistes qui a pour but de d'examiner ce que signifie l'Alliance Atlantique pour les organisations ouvrières, de rappeler le soutien que les syndicats ont apporté à l'OTAN, de dégager certains problèmes qui intéressent à la fois les syndicats et l'OTAN, et finalement d'...
The Canadian edition (with a preface by Mr Donald Macdonald, Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Labour Congress) of a pamphlet addressed to Trade Unionists in order to examine the significance of NATO for organised labour, to bring out some of the problems of common concern to Trade Unions and to NATO, and, finally, to urge upon trade unionists the reasons for studying the future development of the Atlantic Community.