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Harold Walter Stoke

Harold Walter Stoke, American educator. member of the board of directors Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, 1949-1951; member of advisory panel National Citizens Common for Public Schools Director civil affairs training program University of Wisconsin, 1943-1944; Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Political Science Association, Chi Phi.

Background

  • Stoke, Harold Walter was born on May 11, 1903 in Bosworth, Missouri, United States. Son of Josiah Walter and Nettie Belle (Boyd) Stoke.

  • Education

    • Graduate sch; graduate sch. Graduate sch; graduate School Arts and Sci. Graduate Schools, 1955-1956.

    Career

    • Chief of war records section and consultant bureau of Budget, 1944.

    Works

    • Author: The Foreign Relations of the Federal State, 1931. The Background of European Governments (with Norman L. Hill), 1935. Contributor to journals in political science and education.

    Membership

    Member of the board of directors Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, 1949-1951. Member of advisory panel National Citizens Common for Public Schools Director civil affairs training program University of Wisconsin, 1943-1944. Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Political Science Association, Chi Phi.

    Connections

    • father: Josiah Walter Stoke
    • mother: Nettie Belle (Boyd) Stoke
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    Born March 11, 1903
    Died April 6, 1982
    (aged 79)
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