Workshop for peace. - Rev. ed.

United States, 1962

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A tour of the United Nations building in New York, and an explanation of the function of the United Nations Organisation, the Secretariat, councils and agencies. Shows the unique architecture of the building and the vaious meeting halls. Narrated by John Grueh. Music by Ben Park.

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producer

Ramakantha Sarma

production company

United Nations. Office of Public Information

director

Krishna Singh

Duration

00:26:42:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1962

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