The Foreign Service Journal, July-August 2003

hands with a group of nuns and priests [who were] praying for the overthrow of the Reagan administra- tion! After that, I decided I would always be accompanied by at least one junior officer who needed this exposure to the views of his/her fel- low citizens. A s consul general in Sao Paulo in 1985, Stephen Dachi dis- covered the physical anomaly that led to the identification of the remains of Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele. [Forensic specialists] projected a chart of the skull on the wall. On that slide, they had over 40 numbers or labels attached to each anatomical angle, curvature, and point on the skull. Through a technique called craniometry, you can match that up with photographs of the person you are trying to identify and measure those same features. Then you over- lap them and if they match, you can make a pretty good identification. Well, they put this thing up on the wall. They had everything on that skull numbered for every single anatomical feature of the skull. There was only one thing on that skull that didn’t have a number next to it. That was a hole in the left 50 F O R E I G N S E R V I C E J O U R N A L / J U LY- A U G U S T 2 0 0 3 ADST has consistently stressed the importance of having a thriving oral history program to provide a legacy for younger members of the Foreign Service. SHORT TERM FURNISHED APARTMENTS AVAILABLE columbia plaza apartments Capital Living With Comfort and Convenience Beautiful, Spacious Efficiencies, 1 and 2 Bedrooms SEVEN MINUTES TO STATE DEPARTMENT Utilities Included Complimentar Voice Mail Court ard St le Pla a Polished Hard ood Floors Pri ate Balconies Huge Walk-In Closets 24 Hour Front Desk Garage Parking A ailable Shopping on Site Cardke Entr /Access Ri er Vie s Minutes to Fine Dining Walk to the Kenned Center and Georgetown Minutes to Foggy Bottom Metro (202) 293-2000 2400 Virginia Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C., 20037 Managed by Polinger, Shannon & Luchs Co.