This is a biography of Edmundo Lassalle, a Mexican who came to the U.S. in 1935 to attend Columbia University, married the daughter of a college dean, became a student/teacher at the University of California earning a Phi Beta Kappa key. He became a U.S. citizen and an assistant to Nelson Rockefeller, then a member of the Roosevelt Administration before becoming an American espionage agent in Spain while employed as the European Representative of the Walt Disney Company. At the end of the war, he divorced his first wife in order to marry a German princess whose father was an early supporter of Adolf Hitler. Later, he divorced the princess to marry the first of two wealthy American heiresses. Financially secure, he took up residence on the upper east side of Manhattan to devote his time and talents to the preservation of ancient monuments. In 1974, divorced from his fourth wife and failing in health, he took his own life in London.
Read ebook Edmundo : From Chiapas, Mexico to Park Avenue, New York DJV, MOBIWritten bydistinguished religious historians, these books weave together the varyingstories that compose the religious fabric of the United States, from Puritanismto alternative religious practices.Sloppy Craft: Post-Disciplinarity and the Crafts" brings together leading international artists, historians, theorists and educators to explore the possibilities and limitations of the idea of 'sloppy craft' within an interdisciplinary (or even postdisciplinary) context.On this basis, the editors compare organised crime patterns and policies in Europe and assess EU initiatives against organised crime.Basic computational issues are discussed and then computer-assisted methods for Bayesian computation are covered.By the early twentieth century, the long arm of American law stretched around the globe, creating an informal empire that complemented both military and economic might.This book considers the effects of the American civil war on those who helped a young nation imagine itself, the writers and artists of the early to mid-nineteenth century.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.