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Pacific Union by Alexander Buzo
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This is the story of the United Nations Conference on International Organisation which first met on the stage of the San Francisco Opera house on 25 April 1945. While the big powers attempted to dominate the agenda of a Conference expected to last only three weeks, Australia's Foreign Minister H V Evatt battled for the rights of the smaller nations. The 'San Francisco Forty-Fivers' struggled for nine weeks before the UN Charter was finally signed. Exposing the political manoeuvrings and idiosyncratic personalities of the birth of the United Nations and acknowledges the importance of the Conference in establishing the framework for lasting peace (1 act, 5 men, 1 woman).

Author Biography

Elaine Acworth
Release date NZ
October 1st, 1995
Country of Publication
Currency Press Pty Ltd
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