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foreign news analyst

Russell C. Barnes, American Foreign news analyst. Recipient exceptional Civilian Service medal War Department. Member Phi Delta Theta.

Background

Barnes, Russell C. was born on August 31, 1897 in Huntington, Indiana, United States. Son of James F. and Lucy A. (Stewart) Barnes.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1920.

Career

Foreign correspondent, Detroit News, 1925-1931, 41-53;Washington correspondent, Detroit News, 1931-1932;foreign news columnist, radio commentator, Detroit News Station WWJ, 1932-1941;London correspondent, Detroit News Station WWJ, 1941;foreign news analyst, Detroit News Station WWJ, 1953-1970;contributor articles, Detroit News Station WWJ, from 1970. Lecturer foreign, domestic politics Oakland U., 1942. Director Office of War Information (Cairo Bureau), 1943.

Assistant to American ambassador to Egypt, 1943. American press officer Cairo and Tehran conferences, 1943. Director psychological warfare bureau Allied Force Headquarters, Algiers and Caserta, 1944-1945.

Membership

Member Phi Delta Theta.

Connections

Married Constance Ingalls, October 1, 1927. Children: Lucie J. Barnes Seymour, John Jay.

father:
James F. Barnes

mother:
Lucy A. (Stewart) Barnes

spouse:
Constance Ingalls

children:
Lucie J. Barnes Seymour Barnes

John Jay Barnes