The NATO Archives marks the 60th Anniversary of the Report on Non-Military Cooperation 13 Jan. 2017
The end of 2016 saw the NATO Archives fully implicated with events commemorating the 60th anniversary of one of the most important texts in the history of the Alliance. Approved by the North Atlantic Council on 13 December 1956, the Report on Non-Military Cooperation in NATO is a landmark document whose principle recommendations laid the foundation for NATO’s evolution toward increased political consultation amongst its Allies.
The NATO Archives revisits the Hungarian Revolution on its 60th anniversary24 Oct. 2016
At the request of the Hungarian Delegation to NATO, the NATO Archives published a softbound collection of publicly disclosed NATO documents to help support the commemoration ceremony for the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 held today at NATO HQ. The publication, titled “NATO and the Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1956”, showcases documents dating from 1956-1959 to present the story of NATO’s reactions and responses to the dramatic events that were unfolding in Hungary.
The NATO Archives revisits the Alliance’s international arts heritage 01 Jun. 2016
As NATO prepares to move to its newest headquarters in Brussels, the NATO Archives took a look back at the Alliance’s international arts heritage with an exhibition featuring the national artworks gifted for the decoration of the first new NATO headquarters built at Porte Dauphine, Paris in 1959.