Photos Standing next to Air Force One are, from left to right: Prime Minister Victor Ciorbea, U.S. Embassy Personnel Peter Lapera, Paul Womer, Mihai Carp, Abigail Womer, the author, Susan Jacobs, President Clinton, Michael Einik, Sarah Einik, Robert Whitehead, and Charles Kinn. Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff General John Shalikashvili, the author, and Romanian Chief of Staff General Dumitru Cioflina posing outside the Defense Ministry in Bucharest, February 1996. From left to right, Defense Minister Victor Babiuc, Foreign Minister Adrian Severin, Prime Minister Victor Ciorbea, President Clinton, the author, and U.S. National Security Advisor Sandy Berger near the stairs of Air Force One, July 11, 1997. Merry Cemetery in Sapanta, Romania, February 1997. President Clinton and the author addressing the American Embassy staff, July 11, 1997. President Clinton greeting Priscila Nzunga (who father was an American Embassy employee), and the author, July 11, 1997. From left to right, Romanian Securitate agent, Israeli ambassador Yosef Govrin, U.S. Ambassador Roger Kirk, the author, Canadian ambassador Saul Grey, Polish ambassador, and Avrum Burg (head of the Jewish Agency in Israel), Hanukkah 1985. Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen discussing an issue with the author, 1986. President Clinton and the author with U.S. Marine Detachment, American Ambassador’s residence, Bucharest, July 11, 1997. After tennis: Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, Romanian security official, former president George Bush, former Romanian Davis Cup player Sever Muresan, and the author, Bucharest, 1995. Painted Church, Suceava County, Northern Moldavia. The author shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter, May 1980, one of many Oval Office meetings. From left to right, the author, B’nai B’rith president Jack Spitzer, and Nicolae Ceausescu at Communist Party Headquarters, Bucharest, the author’s last meeting with Ceausescu, February 1986. The author with embassy officials Susan Jacobs and Mihai Carp at Romania- Ukraine border, February 1997. Members of the Romanian Jewish Federation Choir singing in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol on Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, May 1986, in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln. During a visit to Romania in 2005, former president Clinton poses with his daughter Chelsea Clinton, the author, and Romanian president Traian Basescu at Cotroceni. Romanian Patriarch Teoctist with the author at the American Embassy, July 4, 1997. Hanukkah celebration in the Falticeni synagogue, Romania, 1984. In the front row are Rabbi Moses Rosen, the author, U.S. Embassy official Scott Edelman, and Rabbi Menachem Hachon from Israel. The author with Romanian President Emil Constantinescu, May 1997. First Lady Hillary Clinton and the author in Revolution Square, Bucharest, July 1, 1996, during the First Lady’s two-day visit to Romania. The author greets World Bank president James Wolfensohn in front of the Choral Synagogue in Bucharest, May 1997. Meeting in the Oval Office during President Ion Iliescu’s visit to Washington, September 26, 1995. On President Clinton’s left are Vice President Albert Gore, the author, and Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott. On the president’s right are Iliescu, followed by Foreign Minister Melescanu, Diplomatic Adviser Traian Chebeleu, and Romania’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ion Gorita. Romanian President Ion Iliescu and Alfred Moses pose for a photo after the author presented his credentials as ambassador, December 1994.