TITLE

We Like the Foreign-Service Life

AUTHOR(S)
Russell, Beatrice Ann
PUB. DATE
June 1955
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;6/18/1955, Vol. 227 Issue 51, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article relates the challenges and triumphs faced by the author, being the wife of a U.S. foreign diplomat, all in the line of duty in the field of foreign service. Living abroad is gracious, sometimes leisurely and always interesting. But it is not always safe. In Tunis, sporadic outbursts of terrorism remind the author and her husband that their passport is no guarantee of safety. But, however hard their situation had been, they are proud to be the chosen representatives of the U.S. abroad.
ACCESSION #
18945200

 

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