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Author Esterline, John H.

Title Innocents abroad : how we won the Cold War / John H. Esterline and Mae H. Esterline.

Published Lanham, MD : University Press of America, [1997]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  303.48273 ESTE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 320 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Notes Includes index.
Contents Introduction: The Cold War -- India. Taking the Plunge. Yankee Go Home. Cultural Diplomacy. Tea and Bananas. Calcutta Burra Sahibs. "Home Alone" Diversions in Darjeeling. Tigers in the Sundarbans. Tombs and Temples. Wandering in South India. Serendipity on the Horizon -- Ceylon (Sri Lanka). The Resplendent Land. The Case of the Disappearing Nanny. Digging for Gems. Tarzie and The Ugly American. Bringing American Culture to Ceylon. How To Go Down in Ships. Life on Maitland Place. Washington Burra Sahibs Come to Town. On Selling a Car and Judging a Beauty Contest. Following the Eightfold Path. Jaffna: The American Connection -- United Arab Republic: Egypt and Syria. "You Go, John" USIS on the Nile. Making Friends with the Pharaohs. Journalists. Saga of Patrice Lumumba. A Mediterranean Summer. The Lebanese Nightingale. Of Churches and Mosques. Luxor to Abu Simbel. Syria: Gods, God and Allah. East to Suez. Through the Mandelbaum Gate -- Philippines. Mabuhay.
Rank Hath Some Privileges. Culturally Speaking. Jousting With Journalists. Southern Exposure. Manila to Baguio. At Sea. Chinese Interlude. "Hello, Lyndon" When Politics Get Nasty. Bombs Away. Sunset Over Manila.
Other author Esterline, Mae H.
Subject Esterline, John H.
Esterline, Mae H.
United States Information Service.
Americans -- Developing countries -- Biography.
United States -- Relations -- Developing countries.
Developing countries -- Relations -- United States.
ISBN 0761808345 (paperback: alk. paper)