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David Howe Henry, II was Swiss, American diplomat. Member of Rotary, Kappa Alpha.

Background

II, David Howe Henry was born on May 19, 1918 in Geneva, New York, United States. Son of David Max and Dorothy (Buley) H.

Education

Student, Hobart College, 1935-1937;student, Sorbonne, 1937-1938;Bachelor of Arts, Columbia University, 1939;student, Russian Institute, 1948-1949;student, Harvard University, 1944-1945;student, National War College, 1957-1958.

Career

Insurance agent, 1939-1941;member foreign service, Department State, 1941-1971;assigned, Department State, Montreal, 1941-1942;assigned, Department State, Beirut, 1942-1944;assigned, Department State, Washington, 1944-1945, 48-52, 57-66, 70;assigned, Department State, Moscow, 1945-1948, 52-54;assigned, Department State, Vladivostok, 1945-1946;assigned, Department State, Berlin, 1955-1957;acting director, Office Research and Intelligence Sino-Soviet bloc, 1958-1959;director department political affairs, National War College, 1959-1961;deputy director, Office Soviet Affairs, 1961-1964;director, Office Soviet Affairs, 1964-1965;member, Policy Planning Council, 1965-1966;deputy chief of mission, American embassy, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1966-1969;information systems specialist, 1970;political and security council affairs, United Nations, New York City, 1971-1978.

Membership

Member of Rotary, Kappa Alpha.

Connections

Married Margaret Beard, November 16, 1946. Children: David Beard, Peter York, Michael Max, Susan.

father:
David Max H.

mother:
Dorothy (Buley) H.

spouse:
Margaret Beard

children:
David Beard II

Peter York II

Michael Max II

Susan II