By Poul Duedahl
The venture UNESCO, as outlined simply after the tip of worldwide struggle II, is to construct 'the defenses of peace within the minds of men'. during this e-book, historians hint the routes of chosen UNESCO psychological engineering tasks from its headquarters in Paris to the member states, to evaluate UNESCO's international impact.
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A History of UNESCO: Global Actions and Impacts by Poul Duedahl