Address given by Georges Le Brun Kéris at the Congress of Europe (The Hague, 8 May 1948)

On 8 May 1948, Georges Le Brun Kéris, a member of the Assembly of the French Union, emphasises to the members of the Political Committee at the Congress of Europe in The Hague the need to establish Europe while allowing each State with colonial responsibilities the freedom to ensure the political, social and cultural progress of the citizens living in its overseas territories.

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Source: Archives du Mouvement européen international, Bruxelles. Congress of Europe (May 1948), Vol. II. Political Committee, pp. 64-65.

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