Angeline - A Story of Love

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Still, diplomatic reporting remains vital for analysis and policy recommendations, for putting events into perspective, for providing information on countries, regions, and events of little interest to the international media, and for reporting private discussions and confidential information.  The ambassador or minister still ponders the weighty issues that can mean war or peace for the United States.  Japanese politics are no less mystifying to Americans today than they were 130 years ago when Robert Pruyn wrote from Tokyo about the difficulties of understanding local political relationships.

Heco served from 1862 to 1871 as part of the consulate staff in Kanagawa (now Yokohama).  On Christmas Day 1812, he slipped into a coma, lingered through the night, and died the next morning in the tiny Polish village of Zarnowiec.  Through quirk or accident of omission, most of the hundreds who have died while serving their country in foreign affairs positions abroad are not listed. Even putting aside the possibility of an untimely death, the conditions of service abroad for the first century and a half of American diplomacy were close to abysmal.

In the second dispatch Deane reports on his presentation of the Declaration of Independence to the French court, and in the third on his success in what was to prove a very important recruiting effort.  .  That I doubted not the Colonies had before this declared independency, and that I should soon receive instructions in consequence, more full and explicit; that in the mean time they were very anxious to know how such a declaration would be received by the powers in Europe, particularly by France, and whether, in such case, an ambassador would be received from them, &c.

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