The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt - Study Guide Chapters 34-37 Summary & Analysis

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Eleanor's travels continued as she went on to Hong Kong. She visited the border with Red China and learned about the Chinese propaganda against the United States and the United Nations. Her second visit to Hong Kong was in 1955. She also visited Istanbul where they were unexpectedly greeted by the consul general who insisted on taking them to tour the area. In Athens, Greece, she met Governor Stevenson and had lunch with the King and Queen. They discussed rehabilitation hospitals; when the King and Queen of Greece visited New York, they spent five days making unofficial visits which Eleanor arranged. They stopped at a firehouse so the Queen could see how the firemen responded to a call.

From Greece, Eleanor went on to Yugoslavia where Eleanor interviewed President Tito. She traveled around the country and learned about the labor organizations and workers' councils...

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