John Limbert

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John W Limbert
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Country Iran
Years: 1964-1966
Program(s) Education
John Limbert started in Iran 1964
Stephen Kafoury, John Limbert, Peter C. Melonas, Peter Melonas
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Robert Ballantyne, Volunteers who served in Iran, Iran volunteers, David Bauer, Stephen Kafoury, John Limbert, Peter C. Melonas, Peter Melonas, Dick Mentzer, N. Bruce Nelson … further results
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Thomas Ashton, Volunteers who served in Iran, Iran volunteers, Robert Ballantyne, David Bauer, Judith Bosch, William Challed, Arthur Davis, Jeffrey A. Gritzner, Stephen Kafoury, Francis Kirking, John Limbert, Peter C. Melonas, Peter Melonas, Dick Mentzer … further results
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About John Limbert John W. Limbert is the charge d'affaires of the United States embassy in Khartoum, Sudan. Previously he was the ambassador to Mauritania from 2000-2003.

Limbert was born in Washington, D.C. where he attended public school. After high school he went to study at Harvard University, receiving a B.A., M.A. along with a Ph.D. in History and Middle Eastern Studies. Before joining the U.S. Foreign Service, he taught in Iran, both as a Peace Corps Volunteer (1964-66) and as a faculty member at Pahlavi University from 1969 to 1972, and speaks Persian fluently. Limbert worked at the American embassy in Iran when it was overrun by students, and spent 9 months in solitary confinement during the Iran hostage crisis.

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