Dulles: a biography of Eleanor, Allen and John Foster Dulles and their family network
Biographical profiles cast light on John Foster's impact in the areas of law and foreign affairs, Allen's experiences as a junior diplomat and intelligence officer, and their sister Eleanor's expertise in international economics and German and Austrian af
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He offered 400 million rupees ($90 million) in CIA-Aramco-Saudi gold if Zaid
would repudiate his brother, Sheikh Shakbut of Abu Dhabi, and cede the oasis to
King Saud, "preventing the [British-controlled] Iraq Petroleum Company from ...
"Anything in which Egypt plays a leading role," replied the British premier sourly, "
means trouble." Trouble had indeed followed on the heels of the British
withdrawal, and not just for the British. Foster Dulles had believed that he would
get a ...
Now he told the Secretary it was obvious that the British and French were about
ready to go, and that he had signaled his ships to move in toward Egypt. He
added that he was worried about British preparations for the action. He had gone
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Hard to believe how single-mindedly Republican (in the red-state, let's-not-give-a-commie-a-break, if-we-kill-a-jillion-that's-the-way-it-has-to-be kind of way) John Foster Dulles became when he dealt ... Read full review
prologue The Man Upstairs
chapter one Cradle Marks
chapter two Breaking Out
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