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The Diplomatic Courier: Some Generalizations. Courier Finances. Department of State. Many of the pieces in the Peaslee collection originated in Paris a century ago and traveled across Europe.
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They found their way to the Peaslee family estate in East Greenwich, New Jersey, then to a family garage in Seattle, Washington, and to a suburban townhouse in Colorado Springs. They ended the journey in when the Peaslee family donated them to the U. Department of State in Washington, D. Diplomacy Center. The photos show diplomatic couriers in their travels throughout Europe in At the end of World War I, the U.
Peaslee, to support the peace negotiations that led to the Treaty of Versailles. They traveled via automobiles, motorcycles, biplanes, trains, ships, horses, bicycles, and on foot carrying diplomatic pouches across war-torn Europe and into Bolshevik Russia, providing crucial support to U. Diplomatic couriers played an increasingly important role in safeguarding the transport of sensitive information.
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During this period, diplomatic couriers were among the few Americans who regularly traveled behind the Iron Curtain and into other Communist countries. In , diplomatic couriers were some of the first U. President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked Marx to visit Moscow during a thaw in U.
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Throughout his hugely popular six-week tour, Marx was constantly under the watchful eye of a political officer who identified herself only as Comrade Malekinov, acting as interpreter but also on the lookout for hints of espionage. Malekinov never discovered the messages, which Marx kept hidden for ten days by taping them tightly to his leg beneath his sock. From the autobiography, Harpo Speaks. Throughout the Cold War, the United States experienced increasing surveillance by foreign actors and nations.
To address these new security challenges, diplomatic couriers began transporting sensitive equipment and secure construction materials. A State Department special agent left points to where the bug was placed in the carving. Photo circa Department of State photo. Embassy in the Soviet Union in the early s. The discovery led to the Diplomatic Courier Service delivering more than 20, pounds of communications equipment to the embassy to counter Soviet espionage. Listening devices illustrate Soviet techniques to embed surveillance equipment into the very fabric of diplomatic buildings during the Cold War.
Embassy in Moscow. The building was eventually razed, and construction began again with only cleared U. The U.
Department of State now takes measures to prevent this type of tampering and the Diplomatic Courier Service plays a central role. Even materials as large as concrete pillars are sometimes sent via classified diplomatic pouches to ensure any potential risk is mitigated. A listening device found in the U. Embassy in Prague in During the early years of the Cold War, many listening devices were found in U. After recovering an antenna system hidden by the Soviets in a chimney, a security engineer searches for other Soviet listening devices at the U. Embassy in Moscow, June In , U. The State Department demolished and rebuilt the upper five floors, using U.
The Diplomatic Courier Service mission expanded to include the movement of equipment and secure construction materials. On horses, jeeps, gondolas, ox carts, trains, and by airplane, U. Air travel of the era was glamorous — and dangerous. All six diplomatic couriers who have died in the line of duty lost their lives in air crashes. Four of them were lost in pre-jet-age aircraft accidents in sub-Saharan Africa. Numerous other diplomatic couriers Suffered serious injuries.
Briefcase still handcuffed to his wrist: James N. Wright On February 22, , James N. Wright, serving as a Department of State diplomatic courier during World War II, was among passengers and crew who died aboard an aircraft that crashed while landing at Lisbon, Portugal, en route from the Azores. He became the first diplomatic courier to die in the line of duty. Declared dead a year after his plane crashed: Homer C. White Homer C.
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