GREAT BRITAIN: New Ambassador

Keystone of British foreign policy is, above all, to remain on intimate, friendly terms with the U. S. So in the top ranks of British diplomats is her Ambassador to the U. S. Since 1930, Britain's representative at Washington has been Sir Ronald Lindsay, a legate of long experience in Russia. Persia, France, Egypt, Turkey, Germany. His two marriages were with U. S. women: first to Martha Cameron, daughter of former Pennsylvania Senator J. Donald Cameron, who died in 1918, next to Elizabeth Sherman, daughter of the late Colgate Hoyt of New York.

For almost a year the 61-year-old Sir...

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