Cyril Wynne Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University, 1917, Master of Arts, 1925, Doctor of Philosophy, 1927.
Aide and assistant to director political, territorial and economic intelligence, American Peace Commission, Peace Conference, Paris, January-July, 1919. Foreign service officer, 1919-1920. 3d secretary, American Embassy, Tokio, 1920-1921, 2d secretary, 1921-1922.
Assistant solicitor, Department of State, 1922-1924. With Inter-Department Radio Advisory Committee, 1923-1924. Instructor and lecturer international relations and international government, Harvard, 1927-1929, also lecturer Harvard-Boston University and Massachusetts State extension courses.
Assistant to secretary American Delegation to International Radiotel. Conference, Washington, August-November 1927. Assistant to solicitor Department of State, 1929.
Professor constitutional law, 1929-1936, professor of legal history, since 1936, Columbus University Law School, Washington, District of Columbia. Appointed assistant chief, Office of Historical Adviser, Department of State, July 22, 1929, acting historical adviser, May 7, 1933, member Board of Appeals and Review. Chief division of research and publication, since 1933.
Commissioned Second lieutenant, infantry, United States of America, August 5, 1917. With 1st Army Headquarters Regiment, 1917-1918. With American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1918-1919.
Intelligence Service, Haute-Alsace sector. First lieutenant, September 1918. Captain Military Intelligence, O.R.C., 1924-1928, major, 1928-1935, lieutenant colonel, 1936.
Commended for gallantry. Decorated Chevalier de l’Etoile Noire de Belin (France). Author: Department of State Publications, 1935.
Review editor American Foreign Service Journal Home: Washington, Distric.
Member Board of Appeals and Review.
Married Louise French, January 7, 1920. Children: Edward Cyril, Mena Louise.