Submission of a proposal for a European Assembly by the European Movement (Paris, 9 December 1948)

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On 9 December 1948, a delegation from the European Movement travels to the Quai d’Orsay in Paris to submit a proposal for a European Assembly to the Study Committee for a European Union established by the five signatory states of the Treaty of Brussels. From left to right: Francis Leenhardt, Étienne de la Vallée Poussin, Duncan Sandys, Robert Bichet, Joseph Retinger, Raoul Dautry and Henri Brugmans.

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Source: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne, Florence, Villa Il Poggiolo. Dépôts, DEP. Mouvement européen, ME. ME 406.

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Submission of a proposal for a European Assembly by the European Movement (Paris, 9 December 1948)