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Tales of the Foreign Service
|Statement||edited by Ralph Hilton ; with a foreword by Jack K. McFall.|
|LC Classifications||JX1706 .T3 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||77017386|
Tales of a Foreign Service Family. Our first Halloween in the Foreign Service was spent in Cotonou where the holiday was practically unknown. Trick-or-treating in our neighborhood wouldn’t have yielded any candy for the kids and probably would have resulted in calls to the authorities. Undeterred, all of the parents and kids at post. Tales of the Foreign Service was a summer replacement for The World's Great Novels, a production of NBC's University of the Air. This show was also part of the University of the Air series though it is unclear whether it was used as part of a college curriculum like other shows in the series.
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Memoirs of the Foreign Legion by the American Maurice Magnus, published posthumously in , caused a feud between his editor D.H. Lawrence and his literary executor Norman Douglas. Simon Murray wrote an account of his service in his book Legionnaire: The Real Life Story of an Englishman in the French Foreign Legion. Editorial Reviews “This is a fascinating biography of a woman who entered the political arena at a time when few women were accepted. Jean Wilkowski entered the Foreign Service in , accepting assignments around the world before retiring in she served in Paris, Rome, Chile, Columbia, and El Salvador—nine countries on three continents in her thirty-five years of : $
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He helped the Foreign Service Journal gather and publish short reminiscences -- "tales" -- written by American diplomats. Seventeen of these articles were presented in this volume, edited by Ralph Hilton and published by the University of South Carolina Press in Only a few of the articles touch on grand issues of foreign policy or diplomacy.5/5(1).
Tales of the Foreign Service: Life on the Edge Paperback – by Jack Tucker (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $Author: Jack Tucker. As Tales of Travel, Love, and Survival in the Foreign Service reveals, Hope Gander Goodwin proved to be up to the task during forty-five years of being an inspiration and active partner to her husband, Joe, whose foreign service career included the United States Agency for International Development, university contracts, and private sector 5/5(6).
Tales of the Foreign Service: These stories bring to life a world that most will never see, where native populations, eccentrics, inveterate drifters, entrepreneurs, and foreign service workers meet.
Nine memorable short stories set in locales ranging from Washington, DC, to 4/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tales of the Foreign Service.
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The book’s subtitle, though, needs closer examination. We’re told by the editor, Christopher Logan, that Stories from the Miracle Days refers to the s, a decade that he considers had an allure that’s missing today. Richard Jackson, The Incidental Oriental Secretary and Other tales of the Foreign Service (Lanham: Hamilton Books, ) With over 30 years’ experience in the US State Department and having served his country with exceptional verve and dedication in such diverse places as Somalia, Libya, Morocco and Greece, the author is well positioned to /5(6).
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Download Books by, Home; Popular; Genre; Top Books. Get this from a library. The eighth continent: tales of the foreign service. [Philip Gould] -- Gould depicts the hazards and delusions of foreign service life in his three-part story around a theme of tragedy and retribution.
In "European Episode," press consul Charlie McKay is commencing his. + Tales of The Foreign Service began as a summer replacement for the second season of NBC University of The Air's The World's Great Novels program. Beginning with the productions ofNBC University of The Air embarked on a series of productions emphasizing the importance of The United Nations and international diplomacy.
After Foreign Service officers resigned in over the Vietnam War, the State Department in established a formal “Dissent Channel ”. Nonfiction books about America's foreign policy. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
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"In Their Own Write" AFSA also features books by Foreign Service and FS-affiliated authors each year in a special issue of The Foreign Service Journal. All these books are available in the AFSA bookstore (see links above). U.S. Foreign Service veteran Tucker (Innocents Return Abroad, ) offers a collection of nine short, autobiographical tales about life abroad offer colorful descriptions of faraway lands as seen through the lens of an American diplomat.
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