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Betrayal at the Un
Betrayal at the Un
By Dewitt Copp and Marshall Peck
Devin-Adair, 1961, 335 pp.

A rather sensationalized investigation of the tragic and still uncertain story of Paul Bang-Jensen, a U.N. official who was dismissed following a dispute concerning documents relating to the Hungarian revolution, and who subsequently committed suicide or, as the author believes, was murdered.