#UN55-56 – 1957 Security Council

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This stamp was issued in 1957 to commemorate the United Nations Security Council.  Primarily responsible for keeping international peace, the Council has fifteen members. Five are permanent - France, Great Britain, China, the Soviet Union and the United States.  The other 10 members are elected to two-year terms by the General Assembly.  The Security Council has the power to decide what action the U.N. should take to settle international disputes.

 
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This stamp was issued in 1957 to commemorate the United Nations Security Council.  Primarily responsible for keeping international peace, the Council has fifteen members. Five are permanent - France, Great Britain, China, the Soviet Union and the United States.  The other 10 members are elected to two-year terms by the General Assembly.  The Security Council has the power to decide what action the U.N. should take to settle international disputes.