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[French Train as NATO Paratroopers at Pau]

[NATO Building in Paris]

[SHAPE Cable Network/Copper]

[Italian Journalists at SHAPE]

[NATO Paris Conference, 1954]

[Italian Journalists at SHAPE]

[SHAPE Exercise CPX-4]

[NATO Airbase in France]

[NATO Meeting]

[NATO Women at SHAPE]

[Graduation at NATO Defense College in Paris]

[Acheson's Arrival for NATO Conference with US Delegation]

[SHAPE Handover Ceremony (Handover of SHAPE Command)]

[NATO Anniversary]

[Bidault's Talk at NATO Lunch]

[Danes Take Course at NATO Defense College]

[NATO Defense College, Ecole Militaire]

[Meeting of MPs from NATO Countries]

[New SHAPE Headquarters in France]

[SHAPE Celebrates 2nd Anniversary Eisenhower's Speech]

[NATO Ministerial Council Meets in Paris]

[NATO Airfield and Canadian Fighters]

[SHAPE Exercise CPX-4]

[NATO, 12th Session of the Military Committee]

[Danes Take Course at NATO Defense College]

[Airbases in France, Information Tour]

[NATO's International Staff]

[Draper's Farewell Party for NATO]

[Draper's Farewell Party for NATO]

[SHAPE Exercise CPX-4]

[NATO Permanent Representatives at SHAPE]

[Draper's Farewell Party for NATO]

[SHAPE Service Womoan Attend Film Premiere]

[French Train as NATO Paratroopers at Pau]

[Norstad Explains SHAPE Structure to Visitors]

[NATO Chiefs of Staff Meet in Paris]

[Ambassador A. D. P. Hoony, Canadian Representative to the NATO Council]

[Members of the ICFTU Visit SHAPE]

[French Train as NATO Paratroopers at Pau]

[Airbases in France, Information Tour]

[NATO Council Meeting]

[SHAPE 3rd Anniversary - Ceremony at Fontainebleau]

[New SHAPE Headquarters in France]

[NATO Posters]

[NATO Council Meeting, December 1952]

[SHAPE Handover Ceremony (Handover of SHAPE Command)]

[NATO Paris Conference, 1954]

[Ministerial Session of NATO Council]

[NATO Council Meeting]

[U. S. Thunderjets Arrive at Rheims/MDAP]

[Life in a US Army Base: Evreux]

[SHAPE Handover Ceremony (Handover of SHAPE Command)]

[NATO Paris Conference, 1954]

[SHAPE Personnel in Paris]

[NATO Ministerial Session]

[SHAPE Medical Conference]

[NATO Ministerial Session]

[NATO Airbase in France]

[Danes Take Course at NATO Defense College]

[NATO Meeting in Paris]

[Turkish Ministers at NATO]

[NATO's International Staff]

[NATO Tank Training Center Gives Instruction on Latest Tanks (NATO Tank School, Mailly)]

[SHAPE Medical Conference]

[NATO Ministerial Meeting]

[Admiral Carney Visits NATO College]

[NATO Defense College, Ecole Militaire]

[SHAPE Indoor Exercise]

[MDAP Minesweepers Transferred to French Navy]

[Gen. Norstad at SHAPE Ceremony]

[Admiral Radford and General Twining Visit SHAPE]

[Italian Officers Serving with SHAPE]

[MDAP Minesweepers Transferred to French Navy]

[NATO Permanent Representatives at SHAPE]

[SHAPE Medical Conference]

[NATO Airbase in France]

[Danes Take Course at NATO Defense College]

[New SHAPE Headquarters in France]

[NATO Tank Training Center Gives Instruction on Latest Tanks (NATO Tank School, Mailly)]

[NATO Meeting in Paris]

[NATO Ministerial Council Meets in Paris]

[French Train as NATO Paratroopers at Pau]

[SHAPE Exercise CPX-4]

[Prince Bernhard Visits NATO College, Paris]

[Graduation at NATO Defense College in Paris]

[Germany Seated as 15th NATO Nation]

[SHAPE Village]

[Eleventh Seesion of the NATO Military Committee Meeting]

[NATO College]

[NATO Council , Greek and Turkish Ministers]

[Life in a US Army Base: Evreux]

[SHAPE Village]

[NATO Ministerial Council Meets in Paris]

[Draper's Farewell Party for NATO]

[NATO Council Meeting]

[NATO Ministerial Council Meets in Paris]

[NATO Tank Training Center Gives Instruction on Latest Tanks (NATO Tank School, Mailly)]

[NATO Airbase in France]

[Life in a US Army Base: Evreux]

[NATO Ministerial Council Meets in Paris]

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