Inaugural address given by President Eisenhower at the first meeting of Heads of Government at the Geneva Conference (18 to 23 July 1955)

On 18 July 1955, at the opening of the Geneva Conference of the Heads of Government of France, the United States, the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union, the US President, Dwight D. Eisenhower, gives an address in which he stresses the importance of rapprochement between East and West.

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Source: Documents on American Foreign Relations. 1955. Dir. of publ. Zinner, Paul E. 1956. New York: published for the Council on Foreign Relations by Harper & Brothers. "Statement by President Eisenhower (18 July 1955)", p. 182-186.

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