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by Sir Laurence Grafftey-Smith

Author: Sir Laurence Grafftey-Smith
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul Books; First Edition edition (April 24, 1975)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.1
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Bright Levant" by Laurence Grafftey-Smith, c. 1970; 295 pp. One would think that the author having served in the British "Levant Consular Service" (Middle East), between 1916-1947, might have some very informative insights to the political intrigues that he witnessed - primarily in Saudi Arabia.

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Son of John Jeremy ("Jinx") Grafftey-Smith, a merchant banker, and his wife Lucy, Smith was educated at Marlborough College, where he developed his musical skills

Son of John Jeremy ("Jinx") Grafftey-Smith, a merchant banker, and his wife Lucy, Smith was educated at Marlborough College, where he developed his musical skills. His grandfather, Sir Laurence Grafftey-Smith, was a distinguished diplomat who served as High Commissioner for the . in Pakistan from 1947 to 1951 and Ambassador to Saudi Smith was married to Gabriella, daughter of David Offley Crewe-Read; they had three children.

Sir Laurence Barton Grafftey-Smith. 1892-1989), High Commissioner for UK in Pakistan

Sir Laurence Barton Grafftey-Smith. 1892-1989), High Commissioner for UK in Pakistan. Sitter in 6 portraits Served as a member of the British Consular Service from 1916-1947. He was British High Commissioner in Karachi, Pakistan (1947-1949). Whilst serving in this role he warned Pakistani Foreign Minister Sir Zafarullah Khan that an upcoming visit to Moscow (by invitation) would be seen with mistrust by Americans and the British. Prime Minister of Pakistan Liaquat Ali Khan later cancelled the visit.

Historical records matching Sir Laurence Barton Grafftey-Smith Commissioner (Sir Laurence Grafftey-Smith) has al ready completed plans for the protection of British subjects in the provinces of W. .

Historical records matching Sir Laurence Barton Grafftey-Smith Newcastle Morning Herald And Miners' Advocate (NSW) - Jan 17 1948. Collection: Australian Newspapers Commissioner (Sir Laurence Grafftey-Smith) has al ready completed plans for the protection of British subjects in the provinces of W.Publication: Jan 17 1948 - Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.

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GRAFFTEY-SMITH, LAURENCE (1892-?) (chron. Whose Hands? (with Robert Winton), (ss) Detective Story Magazine Mar 12 1918. Desert Excursion, (ss) The London Mystery Magazine 1955. Why Benny Broke the Record, (ss) Detective Story Magazine Jul 23 1921. GRAHAM, DONALD; pseudonym of Donald G. Cormack, (1909-2002) (chron.

London 1975 1st Routledge & Kegan Paul. A record of Britain's occupation of Vichy-France Madagascar during the Second World War. Hardcover. Octavo, 211pp., cloth. VG plus, slight rubbed spot on front blank where two price tags once were, in Good DJ.