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Douglas MacArthur, II, American international affairs consultant. Recipient Silver Anniversary All American Football award, Sports Illustrated, 1956, Peoples to Peoples award, United States President, 1959, Homayoun medal, Iranian government, 1972, Grand Cordon of Rising Sun, Japanese government, 1986, Medal of Honor, World Business Council, 1980.


II, Douglas MacArthur, was born on July 5, 1909 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States.


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.

Arthur MacA.

Mary Hendry (McCalla) MacA.

Laura II