Archive of 1950s-1970s Cold War-Era Atomic Energy Treaties between the United States and Other World Countries
Archive of 1950s-1970s Cold War-Era Atomic Energy Treaties between the United States and Other World Countries
Archive of 1950s-1970s Cold War-Era Atomic Energy Treaties between the United States and Other World Countries
Archive of 1950s-1970s Cold War-Era Atomic Energy Treaties between the United States and Other World Countries

Archive of 1950s-1970s Cold War-Era Atomic Energy Treaties between the United States and Other World Countries

U.S. Government, 1950s-1970s. Three ring binders. Good. Item #605212319

An archive of nine (9) three-ring-binders containing Atomic Energy treaties between the United States and dozens other countries of the world with diplomatic relations with the United States during the Cold War. Notably, the section for Germany is broken up into two sections, one for Germany and the other for West Berlin.

Each binder contains multiple treaties regarding civilian, scientific and technical uses of atomic energy and guidelines related to international cooperation between the United States and countries such as Great Britain, South Africa, Turkey, Spain, Sweden, Israel, Iran, Japan and most notably, the USSR.

Each treaty has the printed signature of both U.S. and foreign diplomats.

Nine black binders with tab-delineated sections. Flex covers with rubbing and wear, with mild insect damage to sporadic pages.

From the library of James Dewar, a notable nuclear physicist with the U.S. Government during the Cold War Era, with occasional ink and pencil notations throughout.

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#12969.

Price: $250.00