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(Studio) United Nations holds ceremony to mark 30th United Nations charter; film of United Nations shown; report follows with regard to role of United Nations during 3 war-plagued decades.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(No location given) United Nations charter formed after World War II. Film of Berlin blockade, official start of cold war, shown. Korean crisis, Mid. E. both brought before UN, but not Vietnam war. Scores of new nations have joined UN ranks, swelling mbrship. from 51 to 138. United Nations no longer West club; angry young dvting. 3rd world cntrys. are new majority; reasons for poorer cntrys.' fears outlined. Perhaps UN's meaning must be redefined and expanded.
REPORTER: Richard C. Hottelet
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Hottelet, Richard C.
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