William Payeff’s Foreign Service Commission
William K. Payeff was a career Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Information Agency. Prior to his diplomatic service, he served in the army during World War II and participated in the D-Day invasion of France. He was awarded a bronze star for bravery. His Foreign Service commission is unusual in that multiple positions are listed for his service at U.S. Embassy Paris: Foreign Service Information Officer, Consular Officer, and Secretary in the Diplomatic Service. The commission is dated October 7, 1968.
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William Payeff's Foreign Service Commission. 1968. National Museum of American Diplomacy, https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/william-payeffs-foreign-service-commission
William Payeff's Foreign Service Commission, 1968, National Museum of American Diplomacy, Washington, DC, https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/william-payeffs-foreign-service-commission
(1968). William Payeff's Foreign Service Commission [Object]. National Museum of American Diplomacy, Washington, D.C., United States. https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/william-payeffs-foreign-service-commission