UNITED NATIONS: Such Interesting People

Valona met Eton last week on the playing fields of Lake Success. The match was remarkable.

One protagonist was the Hon. Sir Alexander George Montagu Cadogan, K.C.B., younger son of the Fifth Earl Cadogan, educated at Eton and Oxford—a spare, spruce Foreign Office career man. The other was Hysni Kapo, one of Communism's new statesmen, a peasant's son from the tiny Albanian village of Terbac; he had gone through grammar school in Valona, worked as a male nurse in a hospital, risen to his present political eminence through his wartime exploits as guerrilla...

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