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Sounds of History, Peace Speeches

October 4th, 2023
Véronique Stenger & David Glaser
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Sounds of History devotes this podcast to peace speeches, from the first League of Nations conferences in Geneva in 1920.

Its latest issue to the speeches of peace, from the first conferences of the League of Nations in 1920 in Geneva until the coming of Nelson Mandela for the 77th International labour conference in 1980. Those speeches are all about peace along the 20th century and how to make it last in the 21st.

The sounds of international organizations come from the digitized holdings of the United Nations, the League of Nations (the forerunner of the UN), the International Labor Organization (ILO) and Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS). For 100 years, RTS has been capturing the great speeches made in Geneva's arena of multilateralism.

In this podcast, you'll discover excerpts from speeches and interviews with Aristide Briand, Joseph Goebbels, Haile Selassie, Pope Paul VI and Nelson Mandela.

This podcast is brought to you by David Glaser and Véronique Stenger.

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