Manuscripts/Mixed Material Interview with Charles Lahiguera
LAHIGUERA: Well, I got out of the A-100 course in the end of '63. Because of my assignment unit, they assigned me German language. I went through that five months or six months. Anyhow, it was the summer time. They ended up deciding that our class would go to the passport office and issue passports for the summer. This was going to somehow save the Department money and they wouldn't have to bring in temporary people. Anyhow, so we ended up issuing passports.
LAHIGUERA: I stayed here in Washington.
Q: That doesn't sound like much fun.
LAHIGUERA: At least it gave a little stability and then after that assignment I went off to Munich.
Q: Well, you were in Munich from '64 to '66?
LAHIGUERA: From '65 to '66.
Q: As consular officer, what were you doing there?