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Identifiant IdRef : 076068773
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Blood, Archer Kent (1923?-2004)

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Langue d'expression : Anglais
Pays : Etats-Unis
Date de naissance : 1923
Date de mort : 03 -  09 -  2004
Genre : Masculin

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Note publique d'information : 
Diplomate et professeur de sciences politiques retraité. Consul américain au Pakistan Oriental en 1971

Source

Internet, alt.obituaries, 2004-09-23

Information trouvée : décès 2004 : Archer Kent Blood, 81, a career diplomat whose Blood Telegram denouncing the complicity of the United States in "genocide" in the former East Pakistan prompted his recall from his post as consul general in Dhaka, died Sept. 3 of arterial sclerosis at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colo. Mr. Blood served for 35 years in the State Department, with postings in Greece, Algeria, Germany, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and India. He served as a naval officer in the North Pacific during World War II, and joined the Foreign Service in 1947. During the last decade of his career in the Foreign Service, he was acting ambassador to Afghanistan and served two terms as charge d'affaires of the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi. He retired in 1982. After his retirement, which he called "self-imposed exile," he was a diplomatic adviser to the commandant at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pa. Mr. Blood wrote the 2002 book "The Cruel Birth of Bangladesh: Memoirs of an American Diplomat" and was professor emeritus of political science at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa.

The cruel birth of Bangladesh : memoirs of an American diplomat / Archer K. Blood, 2002
Source consultée en vain : Internet, http://authorities.loc.gov, Library of Congress authorities, 27-01-04

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