Cover page of Coudenhove-Kalergi’s report on the plan for a European Assembly (September 1947)

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In September 1947, as the first congress of the European Parliamentary Union (EPU) is held in Gstaad, Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, founder of the Pan-European Union in Vienna in 1923, drafts a report concerning a plan for a European Assembly.

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Source: COUDENHOVE-KALERGI, Richard Nicolaus. Toward a constituant assembly for Europe. Gstaad: European Parliamentary Union, 1947. 15 p.

Copyright: (c) European Union, 1995-2012

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