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    Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

    Topics: Cold War, US and World History after World War II The Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was signed in Moscow on August 5, 1963 after eight years of negotiations between the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union. Although this treaty was limited in scope, it paved the way for later arms agreements. In this lesson plan, high schoo...

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    JFKPOF-046-008-p0029 Radio and television address to the nation on nuclear test ban treaty. 7/26/1963

    Description: This is a page from President Kennedy's radio and television address to the American people on the passage of a treaty banning atmospheric nuclear weapons tests, later known as the Partial Test Ban Treaty (PTBT) or Limited Test Ban Treaty (LTBT). In his speech the President explains that the treaty will strengthen national security, le...

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    IFP:96A "Atom Test Ban: President Signs Nuclear Treaty"
    7 October 1963

    Accession Number: IFP:96A Description: "Atom Test Ban: President Signs Nuclear Treaty." Within the Treaty Room at the White House, President John F. Kennedy makes brief remarks before signing the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. For text of the remarks, see the Public Papers, 1963, #403. After the treaty is signed, the President distributes the pens t...

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JFKPOF-046-008-p0029 Radio and television address to the nation on nuclear test ban treaty. 7/26/1963

JFKPOF-046-008-p0029 Radio and television address to the nation on nuclear test ban treaty. 7/26/1963

Description: This is a page from President Kennedy's radio and television address to the A...