President Eisenhower gives his “Atoms For Peace” address before the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 8, 1953 at the UN Headquarters, New York City. His address was on the peaceful use of atomic energy.
Eisenhower is greeted by Dag Hammarskjold, and introduced by the President of the General Assembly, Madame Vijaya Pandit. Eisenhower speaks to the UN (United Nations) General Assembly. Scenes of the UN (United Nations) Delegation as they listened to his speech.
Scenes of the first atomic bomb exploded by the United States on July 16, 1945. Several scenes of atomic and hydrogen bomb explosions. Handling of fissionable material. Eisenhower proposes the establishment of an International Atomic Energy Commission.