Bernard Baruch, advisor of the President of the United States during World War I and II, arrives at the headquarters of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. Major General Leslie Groves, Secretary-General of the United Nations Trygve Lie and other civil and military experts also present at the headquarters. Baruch speaks about the International atomic control. He suggests to stop manufacturing new atom bombs and destroy those already made.
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