- 1954-11-01 (Creation)
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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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This survey is an attempt to relate in a concise form why the Treaty was signed, what it means, how the machinery, both civil and military, for implementing its terms has been evolved, how that machinery works and what has been accomplished in the first five years of the Alliance - from 1949 until July 1954.
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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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Dates for this Item generally refer to publication year or a best estimate made by the Archives.
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