Eisenhower and atoms for peace
:On the 6th of December 1953, after a conference in Bermuda with Winston Churchill and Joseph Laniel (the forgotten French Prime Minister of the period), the American President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to a UN general assembly about the peaceful uses of the atom. Eisenhower's 'Atoms for Peace' initiative, proposed at the heart of the Cold War, is at the origin of the peaceful uses of nuclear technology.
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