Jerome Knight Holloway Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Catholic U., 1947; Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1959; language student, Tokyo, Japan, 1958-1960; fellow, Harvard, 1968-1969.
Joined, United States Foreign Service, 1947; retired, United States Foreign Service, 1975; 3d secretary, Rangoon, Burma., 1947-1949; vice-consul, Shanghai, China., 1949-1950; vice-consul, Bremen, Germany, 1950-1952; consul, Hong Kong, 1952-1957; 2d secretary, Tokyo, 1960-1961; assigned, State Department, Washington, 1961-1964, 69-70; 1st secretary, Stockholm, Sweden, 1964-1965; counselor, 1965-1968; consul general, Osaka-Kobe, Japan, 1970-1974; state department adviser to president, United States Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1974-1975; professor strategy, United States Naval War College, 1976-1990; public, Hanlin Press, Newport, Rhode Island, since 1990.
Served to Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member of the United States Naval Institute, Association Asian Studies.
Married Gertrud Harms, April 16, 1953 (deceased January 1976). Children– Jerome Knight III, Karen M., Nicholas H.