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1951 Jan. 24

World Peace Council

Circular letter from World Peace Council to W. E. B. Du Bois

Paris (France) - Signed Jean Laffite, Secrétary-Général; enclosing information on the accomplishments of the Council at its January 10-11 meeting in Geneva (see also mums312-b135-i405) and seeking recipients' feedback on plans for the February 21-24 meeting.

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1951

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World Council of Peace newsletter

Paris (France) - Outlining various nations' preparations for impending peace congresses; outlining "forms taken by the campaign in France for the World Congress"; describing the "development of a wide peace movement in Italy" and "a flood of opposition in Germany against the Western policy of remilitarisation"; and relaying that "the League of Red Cross Governors carries important resol... more

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1951 Apr. 7

World Peace Council

Circular letter from World Peace Council to W. E. B. Du Bois

Paris (France) - Signed Jean Laffitte, Secretary General; relaying the French authorities' recent prohibition of the Committee of the World Congress of the Defenders of Peace and noting that the measure "interdicts in fact."

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1951 Jan. 17

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Circular letter from World Peace Council to W. E. B. Du Bois

Paris (France) - Signed Jean Laffite, Secrétary-Général; summarizing the agenda of the impending World Council, to be held February 21-24, and hoping recipients will make the effort to attend.

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1951 Jan. 27

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Circular letter from World Peace Council to W. E. B. Du Bois

Paris (France) - Signed G. Fenoaltea, Secretary; announcing that the February 21-24 meeting previously to be held in Switzerland shall now meet in Berlin and bidding recipients make the according rearrangements.

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1961 Apr.

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Bulletin of the World Peace Council, number 4

Paris (France) - Reprinting the text of J. D. Bernal's recent speech, a discussion in Delhi, as well as that of various resolutions adopted at the March 28 Council meeting; and relaying updates on the peace and civil rights situations in Cuba, India, and other nations.

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1951

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World Council of Peace newsletter

Paris (France) - Featuring news on worldwide participation in future peace congresses and related initiatives; suggesting "the whole German nation faces the problem of peace"; mentioning the "possibility of peaceful settlement in Korea"; and describing at length the condemnation of the "work of peace-lovers in the United States" (Peace Information Center staff).

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1951 Feb. 8

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Statement of the secretariat

Paris (France) - Summarizing the statement made by the Council's secretariat at its February 5-6, and announcing the relocation of the February 21-24 meeting (it will now meet in Berlin).

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1951 Jan. 30

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Declaration for world disarmament, against an arms race

Paris (France) - Insisting that the peoples of the world "cannot accept an armaments race" and relaying the Council's secretariat's various proposals for the attainment and maintenance of world peace, the persecution of war criminals, and the foundation of "an international body ... responsible for the control of the reduction of conventional arms."

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1961 Mar.

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Bulletin of the World Peace Council, number 3

Paris (France) - Reporting on "a new stage in the struggle for peace"; the assassination of Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba; "world solidarity with Cuba"; the disarmament question; and various peace initiatives and activities launched around the globe.

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