President Harry Truman of United States speaks about peaceful uses of atomic energy, at the Potsdam Conference.
Potsdam Germany Date:1945 Duration:2 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
President Harry S. Truman of United States addresses the Potsdam Conference, after World War II. President sitting on a table speaks about atom bombs. He says bombs were dropped against convicts of attack on Pearl Harbor, killers of American Prisoners of Wars. Further he says that these bombs have shortened the duration of war, thereby saving numerous lives. USA, Great Britain and Canada have the technology to produce atomic bomb. He insists to prevent the misuse of atomic power, instead, insist the countries to use it for the service and betterment of mankind.
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