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Encyclopedia > European Atomic Energy Community

The European Atomic Energy Community, or EURATOM, is an international organization composed of the members of the European Union. It was established on March 25, 1957, by a second treaty of Rome, signed the same day as the more famous Treaty of Rome, instituting the European Economic Community (EEC). The European Atomic Energy Community is a separate entity, but membership and organization is fully integrated with the European Union. The organisational structures of EURATOM and EEC (together with the now defunct European Coal and Steel Community), have merged in 1967, by virtue of the Merger Treaty (signed in 1965).


The denomination "the Communities" (plural), as in Court of Justice of the European Communities is an occasional reminder of the existence of two distinct institutions.


Presidents of the European Atomic Community, 1958-1967

  • Louis Armand (France) 1958-1959
  • Étienne Hirsch (France) 1959-1962
  • Pierre Chatenet (France) 1962-1967

See also: History of the European Union


External links

  • EURATOM's homepage. (http://www.euratom.org/)

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