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Thomson, Sir John Adam, b 1927 (British diplomat)



  • Existence: b 1927

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J. A. Thomson; New Delhi, 2 June 1982

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9578/44
Scope and Contents

He has read Datta's Presidential Address to the Indian History Congress; he has been appointed as Britain's Permanent Representative at the United Nations, and would have left India by now had it not been for the Falklands crisis; his successor will be Robert Wade-Gery, whose credentials are impeccable.

Dates: 2 June 1982
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