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Reference FCO 82/485
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title US diplomatic representation in foreign countries (1974)
Description President nominates G. McMurtrie Godley to be Ambassador to the Republic of Lebanon, William J. Jorden to be Ambassador to Panama, William J. Porter to be Ambassador to Canada, Robert W. Dean to be Ambassador to Peru, Leonard Unger to be Ambassador to the Republic of China, Robert Strauez-Hupe to be Ambassador to Sweden, Peter M. Flanigan to be Ambassador to Spain, Frank Corlucci to be Ambassador to Portugal. Reports on Kidnapped US Vice Consul John Patterson murdered by blows and a gunshot to the head.
Date 1974
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United States, Lebanon, Panama, Peru, China, Sweden, Spain, Portugal
Places Africa; Algiers; Argentina; Bahamas; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; Caribbean; Ceylon; Chile; China; Costa Rica; Cyprus; Europe; Geneva; Gibraltar; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Jordan; Korea; Laos; Latin America; Lebanon; Lima; Mexico; Middle East; Panama; Peru; Soviet Union; Spain; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Flanigan, Peter; Godley, G McMurtrie; Haldeman, H R; Jorden, William J; Kleindienst, Richard G; Mitchell, John; Nixon, Richard M; Porter, William J; Ramsbotham, Sir Peter; Richardson, Elliot; Scott, Hugh; Stans, Maurice; Unger, Leonard
Topics Aid; British Embassy; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Communist; Congress; Council on International Economic Policy; Department of State; Draft; Economic policy; Economy; Education; Elections; Energy; Environmental Protection Agency; foreign policy; Health; Impeachment; Intelsat; International Economic Policy; Japanese; Kidnapping; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Nuclear Weapons; Oil; organisation; Pentagon; Pollution; Shipping; State Department; Treasury; United Nations National Security Council; Vice President; Vietnam War; Watergate; Welfare; White House
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