Heads of Governments of Four States in the City of Geneva. (1955)
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AnnotationThe meeting of heads of Governments of the USA, USSR, Great Britain and France as to the question to ease the international tension.
Historical backgroundFrom 18 to 24 July 1955 in Geneva, Palais des Nations was held meeting of Heads of Governments of the four powers.
Temporary descriptionSwitzerland, Geneva. House press. Press conference of the governmental delegation of the Soviet Union - Member of the Geneva Conference of Heads of Government of 4 states. Correspondent telegraphed information in their offices. Informal conversations Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin, U.S. President DD Eisenhower, Prime Minister of France E. Faure, British Prime Minister Anthony Eden, Secretary of State Dulles. Bulganin, D. Eisenhower, Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov. The Heads of Government 4 Powers: Bulganin, D. Eisenhower, E. Faure, A. Eden pass through the garden of the Palace of Nations, going to the next meeting of the Geneva Conference.
General view of Geneva (a lake).
Hall, where are daily news conference of government delegations.
Press conference the Soviet delegation.
Representatives of the Soviet delegation seated at the table.
In the hall of reporters and cameramen.
Journalists familiar with the text of the speech Bulganin.
Door with the words in foreign languages (represented by major news agencies of the world.)
Correspondents transmit news from Geneva, exchange experiences.
Breakfast at Bulganin after delegations from the USA, France and England.
Present: Dulles, Eden, Molotov, Khrushchev, Faure, Zhukov and others.
Delegates talk to each other.
Delegates at the table.
The building of the Palace of Nations approaching cars with delegations.
Palace of Nations in the garden are the Heads of Government of the Four Powers: Bulganin, Eisenhower, Fort, Eden.
Sitting in a chair in the garden, talking.