in History - June 26
On June 26, 1945 - The
U.N. Charter is signed.
Even before the
celebrations of the ending of World War II, delegates(代表)from
50 nations began a 63-day conference in San Francisco to
the United Nations, an organization designed to insure
peace. On June 26, 1945, the delegates gathered in San
Francisco's War Memorial Opera House to sign the U.N.
As early as 1942, Cordell Hull, then Secretary of State
under Franklin Roosevelt had begun talks with other nations
about creating the organization now hailed(欢迎)by
President Truman. Whatever it's limitations(局限性),
the UN did help keep the Cold War from turning hot.
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