U.S. President Truman says that war is not inevitable during an address to the nation in Washington DC,United States.
Washington DC USA Date:1951 Duration:1 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
United States President Harry S. Truman addresses the nation from White House in Washington D.C., United States. U.S. President Truman at a desk in the White House as he addresses the nation over national radio. The President says that war is not inevitable. President Truman says that they will try their best to avoid general war but will not accept appeasement. A map of United States show aircraft in flight over Korea. President Truman talks about the threat of Communist aggression in Europe and Asia. Allied soldiers march. U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson, French representative Robert Schuman and British Foreign Secretary Bevin at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). A naval port with oil barrels and supply bags lined up. The United Nations Security Council meeting.
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