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303 - Le Pacte Atlantique a été ratifié par l'Assemblée nationale le:
27 juillet 1949
27 juillet 1950
27 juillet 1951
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a ; 27 juillet 1949. Le Pacte Atlantique a été conclu le 4 avril 1949 et est entré en vigueur le 24 août 1949. Les membres originaires sont la Belgique, le Canada, le Danemark, la France, la Grande-Bretagne, l'Islande, l'Italie, le Luxembourg, la Norvège, les Pays-Bas, le Portugal et les États-Unis.

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