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Home and Abroad
Home and Abroad
By Lord Strang
Deutsch, 1956, 320 pp

Lord Strang, formerly Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, offers in these reflective memoirs first "a rapid conspectus of my period of service" and then a series of essays treating "some of the more important of the international negotiations and diplomatic situations in which I have been personally concerned." These include the Moscow trial of British engineers, the Munich crisis, the Moscow negotiations of 1939, and the work of the European Advisory Commission.