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Wake Up Running by [David Egee]

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Born in Newtown, CT in the late 1940s, David Egee overcame dyslexia and other academic handicaps to become the director of the American Hospital in Beirut (Lebanon) in the 1960s and 70s, where he interacted with many of the key players in mid-20th century Middle East history: Yasser Arafat, ministers in the Muammar Gaddafi government, Lebanese government officials. Forced to leave Lebanon because of the civil war, he worked for Hospital Corporation of America, establishing hospitals throughout the Middle East. Later, settling in London with his family, he became one of the pioneers in the hospital and nursing home industry in Great Britain under the Thatcher Government. Now retired, he spends his time between London and Languedoc in the south of France working on writing and photography. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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