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Today in History: United Nations - TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus

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Today in History–October 24–the Library of Congress features the United Nations. On this day in 1945 the U.N. charter was ratified. Derived from the 1942 Declaration by United Nations—26 nations pledged to continue fighting against the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) in World War II—the final U.N. charter was signed by 51 member countries. Learn more by visiting the Today in History section, then …
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Today in History–October 24–the Library of Congress features the united nations .On this day in 1945 the U.N. charter was ratified. Derived from the 1942 Declaration by United Nations—26 nations pledged to continue fighting against the Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) in world war 2—the final U.N. charter was signed by 51 member countries.

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i think the creation of the united nations was a good idea and a good start of something good the representatives of 26 nations at war with the Axis powers met in Washington to sign the Declaration of the United Nations endorsing the Atlantic charter, pledging to use their full resources against the Axis and agreeing not to make a separate peace.

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WGBH American Experience . Truman | PBS

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Primary Resources: Charter of the United Nations, June 26, 1945
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we the people of the united nations determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war and to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights of men and women of the nations large and small and so that they can establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligation.

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