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Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 7:15pm
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New oral histories, posts, and tweets from ADST:

After 23 years at the Association for Diplomatic Studies & Training, program manager Marilyn Bentley (l) is moving on. President Susan Johnson (r) salutes her service, and we all wish her happy days ahead. We miss her already!

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As PM May announces further delay in the UK's painful from the EU, it's worth remembering a time in the 1960s when the U.S. urged Britain to join. Arthur Hartman, later US ambassdor to France, recalls those days in his ADST . https://bit.ly/2qCtzve 

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Big thanks to for featuring another of our "Moments in U.S. Diplomatic History," the story of American soldier Frederick Irving, who survived a WWII German POW camp and joined the to play a part in "trying to prevent another war."

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: Former Dir Stephen Low (1982-1987) had the persistence to harness property from , convince Congress to authorize the transfer, & create a full training facility for FSI. Read the full oral history here: http://bit.ly/2tklOeW 

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