Both Sides of the Curtain
This book is an autobiography of Maurice Peterson who worked in the Foreign Service for 36 years. The book consists of 12 chapters about Peterson's career in Diplomatic Service about his early days in London and Washington, his work in Prague after the first war, his residency in Egypt, the odd jobs in diplomatic service, his work in Abyssinia and Hoare-laval, Balkan, East of Suez, Spain, his stay in London and Turkey during World War II, and his suggestion using British way. This book is suitable for casual readers and research on Foreign Service during two World Wars.
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