Nuclear Testing and Disarmament, 2 March 1962

Nuclear Testing and Disarmament, 2 March 1962
2 March 1962
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) motion picture of President John F. Kennedy's radio and television address, “Nuclear Testing and Disarmament,” delivered from the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. See "Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, John F. Kennedy, 1962: Item 71." In his speech President Kennedy announces and explains his decision to resume nuclear testing as a matter of national security, noting that true security can only be achieved in mutual disarmament with effective inspection, and that tests might be canceled by the signing of a satisfactory treaty with the Soviet Union. Copyright restrictions apply.
1 film reel (black-and-white; sound; 16 mm; 1144 feet; 32 minutes)
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