1986 Philippines ROMULO A Third World Soldier At The UN
Romulo A Thirld World Soldier at the UN. From the back cover: "In this valuable memoir, Gen. Carlos P. Romulo (1899-1985), the Philippine war hero and impassioned diplomat who was one of the signers of the United Nations charter in 1945, re-creates the heady spirit of the early days of the United Nations.
Romulo, former Foreign Minister of the Philippines and first Asian President of the United Nations, describes the development of that organization from its founding in San Francisco in 1945, when he signed its charter, to his farewell speech to the General Assembly in the fall of 1983. This is not only a personal memoir but also an accurate and valuable historical account of critical period in world history."
The contents are the following:
Birth of the Veto
One of the Stars Fell
The Hour Hand Struck
There at the Birth
The Work Begins
"You Are Missing the Bus"
"See Asia Through Asian Eyes"
Courage Under Fire
Stratefy of De-Escalation
Withdrawing into Isolation
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
Authors: Carlos P. Romulo with Beth Day Romulo
Condition: Good. Cover is intact. Some scuffs and creases on cover. Stains on the cover. Complete pages. Please see scanned images for best description.
Weight: 450 grams
Weight after packing: 500 grams