Erik Nitsche: United Nations Around the World
Early in World War II, European leaders of nine allied nations against Germany met in London. Overrun by nazi forces and driven from their homelands, these leaders met to sign a declaration pledging to work for a world free from war and oppression; a world where all people could live in peace and security. This important meeting laid the ground work for an international organization which would become known as the United Nations. In 1945 representatives from fifty nations met in San Francisco where they all voted to accept the Charter of the United Nations. The Charter became effective on October 24, 1945.
This painting was originally published on the Fleetwood® First Day Cover for the U.N. 67¢ 40th Anniversary of the United Nations Souvenir Sheet issued June 26, 1985.
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