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Digital Archives | Nov 2, 1954 | 6:25

Canadian diplomacy breaks UN deadlock on disarmament

An interview with Paul Martin Sr., Canada's voice at the United Nations.

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Digital Archives - Canadian diplomacy breaks UN deadlock on disarmamentNov 2, 1954 | 6:25Digital Archives Canadian diplomacy breaks UN deadlock on disarmament Video
Digital Archives Canadian diplomacy breaks UN deadlock on disarmament Nov 2, 1954 | 6:25An interview with Paul Martin Sr., Canada's voice at the United Nations.

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