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Before World War II, Vaclav E. Mares worked with the coal, steel and cement industries in Central Europe and taught industrial economics at the Mining Academy and at the College of Business in Prague. After the war he was sent with Czechoslovakia’s delegation to the first General Assembly of the United Nations in New York and stayed in the United States in the capacity of commercial counselor with the Czechoslovak Embassy in Washington, D. C. He resigned from this post after the Communist coup in Czechoslovakia. Last summer, Mr. Mares visited Europe to work on a study of the European coal market and American coal exports.
Vaclav E. Mares; American Policy toward the East European Satellites. Current History 1 October 1959; 37 (218): 208–213. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19220.127.116.11
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