Four Decades Through Thick & Thin - Musings of a Diplomat Part One - Persian Gulf
By N Sreenivasan
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Published: Dec. 23, 2012
Words: 8,084 (approximate)
Language: English (Indian dialect)
An autobiography capturing the early years of the author's experience-rich career in the Indian Foreign Service. Part One is a vivid narrative based in the British political residencies and agencies of the Persian Gulf of the 1940s.
The author is a retired Indian Foreign Service career diplomat and the series captures vivid experiences from his four decades of service. In this book, the author traces the start of his career as a young man from south India crossing the seas to begin his career in the British-administered states of the Persian gulf. The book takes one back to an era when oil was just being discovered and the war was not yet over.
, arabian gulf
, indian foreign service
, 1944 to 1948
, british political agency
, british political residency
, col ac galloway
, indian independence day
, light tender nearchus
, sir rupert hay
, trucial coast
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