Lord Inverchapel

  • The Drums of Glen Tub

    One of Britain’s most able career diplomatists, ARCHIBALD CLARK KERR,Lord Inverchapel, was Ambassador in Baghdad, 1935-1938, in China, 1938-1942, in Moscow, 1942-1945, and in Washington, 1946-1948. He entered the British diplomatic service in 1906, served in the Scots Guards in the First World War, and then with distinction in the Foreign Office. Now has retired to his native Scotland, where he farms and occasionally adds to his collection of true ghost stories. This is the third in the series he is writing for the Atlantic.

  • The Ghost of Maiden Abbey

    One of Britain’s most able career diplomats, ARCHIBALD CLARK KERR, Lord Inverchapel, was Ambassador in Baghdad, 1935-1938, in China, 1938-1912, in Moscow, 1942-1945, and in Washington, 1946-1948. He entered the British diplomatic service in 1906, served in the Scots Guards in the First World War, and then with distinction in the Foreign Office. Now he has retired to his native heath in Scotland, where he farms and occasionally adds to his collection of true ghost stories. This is the second in the series he is writing for the Atlantic.

  • The Wall

    One of Britain’s most able career diplomats, ARCHIBALD CLARK KERR, Lord Inverchapel, who was a familiar figure at the Big Three Conferences at Teheran, Yalta, and Potsdam, entered the British diplomatic service in 1906. With time out for his enlistment in the Scots Guards in the First World War. he served with increasing distinction for the next four decades. He was successively Ambassador in Baghdad, '35-'38. in China, '38-'42, in Moscow, '42-'45, and in Washington. '46-'48. Now he has retired to his native heath in Scotland to farm.