McMurtrie Godley

McMurtrie Godley

George McMurtrie Godley was an American diplomat most notable for serving as United States Ambassador to Laos 1969-1973, at the height of the Vietnam War. President Richard Nixon nominated Godley as Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs in 1973, but his nomination was rejected by the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Wikipedia*

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McMurtrie Godley has one video in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1992 Senate Committee.

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Ambassador, Laos, United States c. August 11, 1992 - c. August 10, 1992 Videos: 1

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  • POW/MIA Affairs

    POW/MIA Affairs

    The committee heard testimony from Mr. Perot on the POW/MIA issue. Mr. Perot stated that he believes American servicemen…

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