Paris Conference on Germany (23 May to 11 June 1949)

From 23 May to 11 June 1949, at the Paris Conference, the Foreign Ministers of the United States, the Soviet Union, France and the United Kingdom address the difficult question of the future of Germany. From left to right, the US Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, the Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrey Vyshinsky, the French Foreign Minister, Robert Schuman, and the British Foreign Secretary, Ernest Bevin.

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Source: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Washington, D. C. 20408, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Delegation heads at the 1949 Council of Foreign Ministers meeting. Paris: National Archives and Records Administration, 23.05.1949. Black and White.

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Paris Conference on Germany (23 May to 11 June 1949)