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This book is the first study of the role of British Ambassadors in shaping Anglo-American relations during the first generation of the 'special relationship'. As well as showing how ambassadors wielded influence in Washington and helped to formulate British foreign policy, it offers insights into the role of the embassy in modern diplomacy.

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This book is the first study of the role of British Ambassadors in shaping Anglo-American relations during the first generation of the 'special relationship'. As well as showing how ambassadors wielded influence in Washington and helped to formulate British foreign policy, it offers insights into the role of the embassy in modern diplomacy.
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MICHAEL F. HOPKINS is Lecturer in History at the University of Liverpool, UK and the author of Oliver Franks and the Truman Administration: Anglo-American Relations 1948-52. SAUL KELLY is Reader in the Defence Studies Department of King's College London, UK and the author of The Hunt for Zerzura: the lost oasis and the desert war. JOHN W. YOUNG is Professor of International History at the University of Nottingham, UK and author of Twentieth Century Diplomacy: a study in British practice, 1963-76.