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1955 May 1

World Peace Council

Bulletin of the World Council of Peace, number 9

Prague (Czech Republic) - Citing from a Nazim Hikmet poem; describing growing support and endorsement of the Vienna Appeal in Britain and Poland; reporting the events the Conference of Asian Countries, held that April; reproducing the speech by the Council's president in Drancy, France; and reporting on peace-promoting initiatives underway worldwide.

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1961 Oct. 17

World Peace Council

Letter from World Peace Council to W. E. B. Du Bois

Vienna (Austria) - Signed J. D. Bernal, Chairman; announcing the meeting of the Council's next session (on nuclear disarmament, that December in Stockholm) and hoping he can attend.

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1955 Mar. 13

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Statement of the Bureau the World Council of Peace

Vienna (Austria) - Opposing the use of atomic weapons and outlining their "concrete" danger; urging the arms' "universal detestation"; and hoping that "the people can make their voices heard so loud that no government will dare to face their disapproval."

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1955 Apr. 15

World Peace Council

Bulletin of the World Council of Peace, number 8

Prague (Czech Republic) - Describing plans and preparations underway for the May conference in Helsinki; and summarizing recent developments in peace-oriented initiatives underway around the world.

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1961 Apr. 19

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Appeal to world opinion

Budapest (Hungary) - The Secretariat's description of "treacherous armed aggression against Cuba" and its effect on the prospect for World Peace; and urging all people of the world to protest U.S. aggression thereagainst.

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1955 Mar. 15

World Peace Council

Bulletin of the World Council of Peace, number 6

Prague (Czech Republic) - Noting recent "national interests" in the anti-nuclear campaign; describing increasingly widespread support for the Vienna appeal; and summarizing recent developments in peace-oriented initiatives underway around the world.

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1955 Nov. 15

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Bulletin of the World Council of Peace, number 21

Prague (Czech Republic) - Describing in detail the July conference in Geneva and its enduring impacts; outlining new steps and lines of action demanded by the people of the world; noting peace activities underway in Brazil, East Germany, and Great Britain; and summarizing other events of relevance around the globe.

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1961 Oct. 23

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

Vienna (Austria) - Signed Isabelle Blume, for the Presidential Committee; noting the large expenses incurred by the council's recent initiatives and meetings and seeking recipients' financial support therefor.

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1955 Jan. 17

World Peace Council

Bureau of the World Council of Peace Vienna session

Vienna (Austria) - Outlining appeals against atomic warfare; the Council's declaration; and an appeal to the peoples of Europe for peace.

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1955 Mar. 14

World Peace Council

Press bulletin

Vienna (Austria) - Essentially summarizing the chief goals, accomplishments, and declarations adopted at the Vienna meeting and announcing the Assembly to be held in Helsinki later that year.

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