Year: 1991 Source: Proceedings of The Pavese Society Newsletter, v.3, (1991), p.76-80 SIEC No: 19910165

This article describes Povl (Paul) Bang-Jensen’s life & career. Paul worked at the Secretariat of the United Nations in New York. He was eventually fired over an issue concerning a special committee formed in response to the Soviet invasion of Hungary. The author concludes Paul was a difficult man, who thought he was always right, & his superiors wrong. After his firing, Paul began to feel less angry toward others & seeing that he was at fault, he committed suicide. (VM)