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1952 Sept. 30

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Bulletin number 27

Beijing (China) - Featuring Japanese Delegate Yoshitar? Hirano's essay on "The Speeding Up of Japanese Rearmament," and Jiichiro Natsumoto's remarks on "Friendship and Unity among the Asian Peoples -- The Only Road to World Peace."

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1952 Aug. 4

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Preparatory committee for Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions bulletin number 1

Beijing (China) - Relaying news of South American delegates' signing of the Conference's declaration; the resignation of the Preparatory Committee's secretary-general and deputy secretary-general; and summarizing preparatory work underway in Japan, India, Australia, Indonesia, Canada, Burma, Thailand, Guatemala, and Colombia.

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1950

World Peace Congress

Second World Congress of the Defenders of Peace bulletin

Paris (France) - First page of the bulletin, mentioning that 1,275 delegates from 39 countries have already been elected for the World Peace Congress in Sheffield.

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1952 Sept. 20

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Preparatory committee for Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions bulletin number 19

Beijing (China) - Featuring World Peace Council Member J. G. Crowther's essay, "Fight for Peace."

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1951

World Peace Council

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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1952 Sept. 3

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Preparatory committee for Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions bulletin number 9

Beijing (China) - Reprinting Soong Ching Ling's (aka Sun Yut-Sen's) memo "For Peace in Asia, the Pacific Regions, and the World," encouraging the delegates in their work towards the Conference and lauding the aims of same.

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1952 Sept. 30

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Bulletin number 29

Beijing (China) - Describing the proceedings of the September 29 meeting of the Preparatory Committee; summarizing Secretary Liu Ning I's remarks made thereat; listing delegates present, by country; and reprinting a statement made by Kan'emon Nakamura on behalf of the Japanese delegation.

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1952 Sept. 2

Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)

Preparatory committee for Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions bulletin number 8

Beijing (China) - Relaying news of an "All-India" conference to be held in advance of the September Conference; Vietnamese and Pakistani preparatory efforts therefor; the formation of a Mongolian delegation thereto; and the recent hosting of a committee meeting in Ceylon.

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1954 Nov.

World Peace Council

Bulletin of documentation The London and Paris agreements and German rearmament

Vienna (Austria) - Compiling a series of documents describing the Council's opposition to German rearmament and detailing "what rearming Germany means"; outlining the content and implications of the London and Paris agreements; noting widespread opposition thereto; and proposing an alternative policy.

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1961 Apr.

World Peace Council

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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