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Henry Alfred Byroade Interview Details July 27, 1969
Summary of Topics Covered:
Ambassador Byroade explains the plan for the Marshall Mission to China, why it failed, and his sadness that Marshall was put in such an impossible position. He comments on the personality and status of Stilwell in the mission. The discussion touches on Marshall’s appointment to Secretary of State, Eisenhower’s presidential run, Vietnam and the Middle East.
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