Screen magazine. No. 02

United States, 1950

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Episode of Series “This is the United Nations”.
Cinemagazine items: 1. Acting President Romulo urges accord on atomic energy - The film opens with a shot of the atomic bomb bursting over Hiroshima on a day in August 1945. The two plans suggested for the control of atomic energy are illustrated by simple drawings. 2. Unique method of interpretation assists at United Nations meeting - Interpreters with the ability to listen to speeches in one language and interpret it instantly, sentence by sentence, into another language have greatly aided the problem of understanding. 3. The United Nations Internatinal Childrens Emergency Fund (UNICEF) helps feed 6,000,000 - Film shows how UNICEF is helping to alleviate the hunger of starving children all over the world.

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Leo Herwood

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United Nations. Film Board



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United States
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This is the United Nations

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This is the United Nations


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