Welcome. This is the first blog post for unufo.org. This is based on events that took place at the United Nations in the 1960’s and 1970’s regarding UFO’s, or Unidentified Flying Objects. Colman Von Keviczky brought the subject up at the UN in the 1960’s to the Secretary-General. Colman is born on August 21, 1909 in Hungary of what is now Vrútky, Slovakia. He died on July 27, 1998 in New York City in the United States of America, aged 88. According to https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1494584/bio, he is known for his work on The Force Beyond (1977). He was married to Yolanda. In the mid-60’s, he worked as cameraman and film editor-for the UN Public Information office. Although he was an American citizen for many years, Colman’s military rank was officially recognized by the post-communist Hungarian government, which gave him a retroactive promotion to full colonel. He studied at the historical Ludovica Royal Hungarian Military University in Budapest, graduating in 1932 as a First Lieutenant with a Master of Military Science and Engineering (MMSE). Promoted to Major in 1938, he was the founder and Chief of the Audio-Visual Military Education Department at the Royal Hungarian Army General Staff until 1945. After the war, Colman worked for the 3rd US Army Constabulary in Heidelberg, Germany, as motion picture director, cameraman and public relations officer until 1952.