President Eisenhower's Speech: The Big Three Conference

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President Eisenhower delves into his speech mentioning his recent meeting with the British Prime Minister and French Premier to discuss problems facing the world at the time, he had previously been in Bermuda referred to as the Big Three Conference. The main problem they discussed was communism, not directly mentioned in his speech. This meeting, ten years after the first Bermuda Conference which convened to discuss what to do with the Jewish people liberated from Nazi concentration camps. The world at the time was now facing a divided and walled Germany, fallout shelters, duck and cover reels, and tension of potential atomic war. In his speech, Eisenhower addresses the United States’ role in the nuclear arms race along with the contribution
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