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The UN at 75: An assessment

It may not be perfect but the civilisation we enjoy today would not be possible without the United Nations and its family of agencies and entities

World War II killed between 70 million and 80 million people and left many countries in ruin.

In the aftermath, the leaders of the victorious allies wanted to build a new world. One of their most important initiatives was to establish the United Nations in 1945.

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