Douglas MacArthur II Edit Profile
Bachelor, Yale University, 1932; Doctor of Laws (honorary), University Maryland., 1961.
Appointed officer, United States Foreign Svc., 1935; officer, Canada, 1935-1937; officer, Italy, 1937-1938; officer, American Embassy, Paris, Italy, 1938-1940, 44-48; officer, American Embassy, Vichy, France, 1940-1942; member General Eisehnower Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces staff, Normandy, 1944, 1940-1942; officer, American Embassy, Brussels, Federal Republic of Germany, 1948-1949; chief West European division, Department State, 1949-1950; political advisor to General Eisenhower Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe, France, 1951-1952; counselor, unites states department State, Washington, 1953-1957; ambassador to Japan, Tokyo, 1957-1961; ambassador to Belgium, Brussels, 1961-1965; assistant United States secretary of state, Washington, 1965-1967; ambassador to Austria, Vienna, 1967-1969; ambassador to Iran, Tehran, 1969-1972; independent international affairs consultant, Washington, 1972-1997. Lecturer in field.
1st lieutenant United States Army, 1933-1935, prisonor of war, Germany, 1942-1944. Member Council Foreign Relations, American Academy Diplomacy, American Foreign Service Association, Metropolitan Club, Chevy Chase Club.
Son of Arthur and Mary Hendry (McCalla) MacA. Widowed, 1987; 1 child, Laura.