West Germany is Made a NATO Member

Foreign ministers from NATO counties look on as Pierre Mendes-France, French foreign minister, signs the treaties making West Germany a part of NATO. Clockwise around the table from left, they are: Paul Henri Spaak, of Belgium, Lester Pearson of Canada, Hans Hansen of Denmark, Stephan Stephanopoulis, of Greece, Kristinn Gundmunsson of Iceland, Gaetano Martino of Italy, Mendes-France signing, NATO Secretary Lord Hastings Ismay (standing), Joseph Bech of Luxembourg, Jan Beyen of the Netherlands, Halvard Lange of Norway, Paulo Cunha of Portugal, Fatim Zorlu of Turkey, Anthony Eden of the United Kingdom, and John Foster Dulles of the United States.
Foreign ministers from NATO counties look on as Pierre Mendes-France, French foreign minister, signs the treaties making West Germany a part of NATO. Clockwise around the table from left, they are: Paul Henri Spaak, of Belgium, Lester Pearson of Canada, Hans Hansen of Denmark, Stephan Stephanopoulis, of Greece, Kristinn Gundmunsson of Iceland, Gaetano Martino of Italy, Mendes-France signing, NATO Secretary Lord Hastings Ismay (standing), Joseph Bech of Luxembourg, Jan Beyen of the Netherlands, Halvard Lange of Norway, Paulo Cunha of Portugal, Fatim Zorlu of Turkey, Anthony Eden of the United Kingdom, and John Foster Dulles of the United States.
West Germany is Made a NATO Member
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