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Collection Details


Collection Name: United Nations Oral History Project
Repository Name: Yale University. Institution for Social and Policy Studies [Repository Details]
Repository Location: New Haven, Connecticut, United States
URL: http://www.library.yale.edu/un/un2g1a.htm
Description: These interview transcripts were produced as part of a project sponsored by the Institute for Social and Policy Studies of Yale University to document significant events in the history of the United Nations and its operations. Interviewees include U.N. officials, ambassadors from various countries, and other participants in the events documented. Events and topics documented include the San Francisco conference, the founding of the U.N., its charter, the founding of Israel, Middle East wars, the Congo, Korea, the Cuban Missile Crisis, relief operations, Secretaries-General, the Falklands/Malvinas War; and U.N. operations.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 69
Broad Subjects: International Politics; U.S. Politics
ASP Subjects: Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962; International relations; Oral history; United Nations; United States; United States--Politics and government; World politics
Collection Code: OHC0000601