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Behind the silken curtain, a personal account of Anglo-American diplomacy in Palestine and the Middle East,

Author: Bartley Cavanaugh Crum
Publisher: New York, Simon and Schuster, 1947.
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Crum, Bartley Cavanaugh, 1900-1959.
Behind the silken curtain.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1947
(OCoLC)580288803
Online version:
Crum, Bartley Cavanaugh, 1900-1959.
Behind the silken curtain.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1947
(OCoLC)608836569
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bartley Cavanaugh Crum
OCLC Number: 1534351
Description: xiv, 297, [1] pages including frontispiece (map) 21 cm
Contents: pt. 1. The curtain rises. Washington : briefing --
Shipboard : the secret file in the state department --
London : the Soviet jitters --
pt. 2. The remnant of the survivors. Frankfort : "nach palastina!" --
Munich : "we beat our breasts" --
Nuremberg : "Arabs! rise and kill!" --
Prague : even in Czechoslovakia --
Vienna : "they should all have been burned" --
pt. 3. Arms and intrigue. Egypt : "our problem is Britain" --
Palestine --
Jerusalem : "gentlemen, we warned you!" --
"Mr. Effendi, do not believe all you hear" --
Tel Aviv : "we are not anti-British" --
Arab vs. Jew : "on the top level" --
The sweet waters of the Jordan --
Arab adventure --
"We are here to stay" --
Lausanne : the great debate --
pt. 4. Conclusion. What of tomorrow?
Responsibility: by Bartley C. Crum.

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