1960 Press Photo Khrushchev Nikita Macmilla Disarmament
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Caption: Rubber Ball Khrushchev bounced up to interrupt with protest while Macmillan was speaking. The British Prime Minister had asked for a calm approach to the problem of disarmament and it apparently wasn't to the Soviet Premier's liking. But the General Assembly gave Macmillan a big hand at the conclusion of his address. Nikita sat still and just looked on glumly.
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