• Title: The Past Has Another Pattern: Memoirs
  • Author: George W. Ball
  • ISBN: 9780393301427
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Past Has Another Pattern Memoirs In his long and multifaceted career as a diplomat international lawyer and statesman George W Ball has been at the center of many crises His book is filled with candid portraits of major figures on
    In his long and multifaceted career as a diplomat, international lawyer, and statesman, George W Ball has been at the center of many crises His book is filled with candid portraits of major figures on the world stage, as well as keen and controversial insights into past and present international problems.

    One Reply to “The Past Has Another Pattern: Memoirs”

    1. George Ball was a contemporary and colleague of many of the big names in our Cold War history - Stevenson, Acheson, Rusk, McNamara. These names are still known. No longer household names, to be sure, but not yet obscure historical figures. Ball certainly deserves mention along with those other names. He worked on bomb damage survey crews in Europe after D-Day and was one of the first to interrogate Albert Speer. After the war, he worked with Jean Monnet in building European common market, superv [...]

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