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B.: The history of the United Nations (1945) includes the Peace Palace in The Hague (1913) & the League of Nations in Geneva (1919), plus many associated organizations. | Click here for virtual tour of the United Nations in New York City.| Click here for more information about the Peace Palace. | Click here for Wikipedia article on the UN Art Collection. 1820 - Temple de l'amite et de la paix / Temple of Friendship & Peace, United Nations, Geneva (Switzerland).June 26, 1945 - War Memorial Building, United Nations Plaza, , San Francisco, California (USA).Signing of the United Nations Charter at the United Nations Conference on International Organization by 50 of the 51 original member countries. The UN Charter entered into force on October 24, 1945.The rationale behind the tripartite structure is creation of free & open debate among governments & social partners.The ILO secretariat (staff) is referred to as the International Labour Office.
This brook rises in the nearby dunes & still flows along a watercourse under- neath the ponds to a large pond in the centre of The Hague, the Vijverberg." Include World Peace Flame (qv) since April 18, 2002.
August 1939 - "Armillary Sphere," Ariana Park, Palais des Nations / Palace of Nations, Geneva (Switzerland). Marker commemorates the international conference in July 1944 during which the groundwork was laid for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (IBRD) -- now called the World Bank -- and other so-called "Bretton Woods" institutions. August 21-October 7, 1944 - Dumbarton Oaks Conference, Washington, DC (USA).
Formally called "Washington Conversations on International Peace and Security Organization." "The 'Big Four' (China, Russia, UK & USA) met here with the main objective to create an organization that 'would maintain international peace and security, by peaceful means, if possible, and economic sanctions and force if necessary; and to promote security by encouraging economic and social cooperation among nations.'" Dumbarton Oaks (in Georgetown at 1703-32nd Street, NW) is a Federal-style house & estate built in 1801 and owned since 1940 by Harvard University.
August 28, 1913 - Vredespaleis / Peace Palace, Carnegieplein 2, The Hague (Netherlands).
Constructed just before World War I by the Carnegie Foundation -- and still owned by the Carnegie Foundation.
1925 - Le Puddleur, at an entrance to the International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva (Switzerland).