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Why Was the United Nations Formed?

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The United Nations is an international organization that was founded in 1945. It was formed to bring about maintenance of international peace and security; the development of friendly relations among states; and the achievement of cooperation in solving international economic, social, cultural, and humanitarian problems.
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The United Nation was established in order to maintain international peace and promote cooperation in solving international economic, social and humanitarian problems. It was formed immediately after the World War II in 1945 hence replacing the flawed League of Nations. Currently, it has 192 member states including every sovereign state in the world but the Vatican City.
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It was proposed by Woodrow Wilson in 1918, and officially formed in 1920. Essentially powerless, it was dissolved in 1946.
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Officially, the United Nations (UN) was not formed until October 1945. However, events during World War II (1939-45) had paved the way for the founding of the international peacekeeping
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This event occurred on October 24, 1945. Src:
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1. Obtain specific information regarding hours of operation at (212) 963-TOUR (8687) The UN is open seven days a week with a few exceptions such as weekends in January and February.
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