President Harry S Truman of United States stresses on world peace in his speech to the nations after World War II.
Potsdam Germany Date:1945 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
President Harry S. Truman of United States addresses the nations after his return from Berlin after World War II. President Truman at the Potsdam Conference says that the United States doesn't want any territory or profit from the World War II. He expresses his worries about the common civilians of Germany. Truman briefs his plans for laying provisions in United Nations charter, for acquiring military bases in various parts of world, in order to maintain World Peace.
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