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Douglas Burgoyne MacMullen, American writer, editor, retired army officer, publisher. Decorated Legion of Merit, Army Commendation medal (United States), Knight Commander Order of Polonia Restituta (Free Poland), Red Cross of Constantine; Royal Order Scotland.

Background

MacMullen, Douglas Burgoyne was born on December 26, 1919 in Berkeley, California, United States. Son of Technology Douglas and Florence (Burgoyne) MacMacMullen.

Education

Educated San Francisco State University, 1937-1941, Stanford University, University of California, Foreign Svc. Institute, Strategic Intelligence School, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Air War College, Army Management School.

Career

Commissioned Second lieutenant Field Artillery Reserve United States Army, 1941. Advanced through grades to colonel Military Intelligence, 1967. Army general staff Psychological Operations Foreign Svc., Pacific Theater of Operations.

Retired, 1972; executive editor American Research Association, Sherman Oaks, California. Consultant in communication. Accredited correspondent Defense Department Board Governors Monte Vista Grove Homes, Pasadena, California, Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children, Los Angeles.

President Clan MacMillan Society North America, 1973-1977, trustee, 1975. Member Los Angeles Olympics Citizens Advisory Commission, 1982-1984. Member Los Angeles Philanthropic Foundation.

Board directors.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Psychological Profile of Camodia, 1971. Author-editor: A Sentimental Journey--The History of the First Hundred Years, 1988. Numerous other publications and articles.

      On military, political and international affairs.

Membership

Member steering committee Mayor Los Angeles Council International Visitors and Sister Cities, 1969. Former member San Francisco Mayor's Military and Naval Affairs Committee. Board governors, past member Monte Vista Grove Homes, Pasadena, California.

Board governors Shriners Hospitals for Children, Los Angeles. President Clan MacMillan Society North America, 1973—1977, trustee, since 1975. Board directors Masonic Press Club, Los Angeles, 1975, 1984—1988.

Member Los Angeles Olympics Citizens Advisory Commission, 1982—1984, Los Angeles Philanthropic Foundation. Honorary deputy sheriff San Bernardino County, California, since 1996. Member committee on public information Masons Grand Lodge of California, 1985—1986, 1998—2000.

Member International Institute Strategic Studies, Society Professional Journalists, Association Former Intelligence Officers (president Los Angeles County chapter), United States Naval Institute, Association United States Army, Company Military Historians, St. Andrew's Society Los Angeles (past president), Air Force Association, Council British Societies, United Scottish Society, Chinese History Society, American Chinese History Society Southern California, Retired Officers Association, California State Sheriff's Association, Friends British Library., Stanford University Alumni Association, Hereditary Companion Royal House of O'Conor (Ireland), Army and Navy Club (Washington), Masons, K.T., Shriners (editor, public The Al Malaikahan, former imperial news editor Shrine of North America), Quatuor Coronati Community College, Sigma Delta Chi.

Connections

Son of Technology Douglas and Florence (Burgoyne) MacM. M. Sherry Bernice Auerbach, March 11, 1942. 1 child, Douglas Burgoyne Junior.

father:
T. Douglas MacMacMullen

mother:
Florence (Burgoyne) MacMacMullen

spouse:
Sherry Bernice Auerbach

child:
Douglas Burgoyne Jr MacMullen