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foreign service officer

George Alexander Armstrong, American foreign service officer. Served as Second lieutenant, United States Army, World War.; Club: University (New York).

Background

Armstrong, George Alexander was born on September 15, 1887 in Nyack, New York, United States. Son of James Sinclair and Lizzie Howard (Welsh) Armstrong.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University, 1909.

Career

Engaged in various business enterprises, 1909-1924. Vice consul at Zürich, Switzerland, 1924-1928. Consul at Nice, France, 1928-1930.

2d secretary American Embassy, Warsaw, Poland, 1930-1933, Berlin, Germany, 1933-1935. American consul at Kingston, Jamaica, 1935-1936. 2d secretary American Legation, Dublin, Irish Free State, 1936-1937.

Consul at Colombo, Ceylon, 1937-1939. 2nd secretary American Legation, Lisbon, Portugal, 1939. Consul, Malaga, Spain, 1940-1941, Manchester, England, from 1941.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant, United States Army, World War. Club: University (New York).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Inglis, December 17, 1919 (died June 17, 1933). Children: Mary Howard, George Alexander.

father:
James Sinclair Armstrong

mother:
Lizzie Howard (Welsh) Armstrong

spouse:
Elizabeth Inglis

children:
Mary Howard Armstrong

George Alexander Armstrong