A Global Affair: An Inside Look at the United Nations

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Amy Janello, Brennon Jones
Jones & Janello, 1995 - 304 pages
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Described as the largest collection of foreigners in the world, the United Nations is frequently criticised and much maligned. This book looks back on the spirit and personality of the United Nations as it has evolved since 1945. Through photography and text, the exceptional personalities - politicians, diplomats and celebreties - associated with the organisation are captured. Kruschev, Castro, Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, Gromyko and many others have all in different ways left their marks on the UN.

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