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On six continents : a life in Canada's foreign service, 1966-2002

Author: James Bartleman; Richard Nazarewich; Public Library InterLINK.
Publisher: [Burnaby, B.C.] : Public Library InterLINK, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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James Bartleman's career in Canada's foreign service brought him face to face with the news makers fo the day, including Kissinger, Castro, Rabin, Walesa, Havel and Mandela. Toucging on serious themes of cold war tensions, third world squalor, and butchery in the Balkans, Bartleman also provides a lighthearted look at what diplomats actually do.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: James Bartleman; James Bartleman
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James Bartleman; Richard Nazarewich; Public Library InterLINK.
OCLC Number: 61713332
Performer(s): Read by Richard Nazarewich.
Description: 7 sound cassettes (9 h, 20 min.) : analog, 4.75 cm/s, 2 track, mono.
Other Titles: Life in Canada's foreign service, 1966-2002
Responsibility: James Bartleman.

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James Bartleman's career in Canada's foreign service brought him face to face with the news makers fo the day, including Kissinger, Castro, Rabin, Walesa, Havel and Mandela. Toucging on serious themes of cold war tensions, third world squalor, and butchery in the Balkans, Bartleman also provides a lighthearted look at what diplomats actually do.

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