Sir Cecil Cuthbert Parrott KCMG OBE (29 January 1909 - 23 June 1984) was a British diplomat, translator, writer and scholar. His son, Jasper Parrott, was born on 8 September 1944.
Sir Cecil Cuthbert Parrott KCMG OBE (29 January 1909 - 23 June 1984) was a British diplomat, translator, writer and scholar. After studies at Peterhouse, Cambridge, he became a teacher. He joined the Foreign Office in 1939. His diplomatic career culminated with his posting to Prague, where he was the British Ambassador from 1960 to 1966.
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Parrott, Cecil Sir (1975), The tightrope, Faber and Faber, ISBN 978-0-571-10256-3. In the centre are two winged lions, each holding a book and seven arrows
Parrott, Cecil Sir (1975), The tightrope, Faber and Faber, ISBN 978-0-571-10256-3. Parrott, Cecil Sir (1977), The serpent and the nightingale, Faber, ISBN 978-0-571-10869-5. Parrott, Cecil Sir (1978), The bad Bohemian : the life of Jaroslav Hašek, creator of The good soldier Švejk, Bodley Head, ISBN 978-0-370-10344-0. In the centre are two winged lions, each holding a book and seven arrows. At less important occasions, simpler insignia are used: The star is an insignia used only by Knights and Dames Grand Cross and Knights and Dames Commanders, it is worn pinned to the left breast.