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William C. Trimble

AKA William Cattell Trimble

Born: 2-May-1907
Birthplace: Baltimore, MD
Died: 24-Jun-1996
Location of death: Brooklandville, MD
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Cambodia, 1959-62

Wife: Nancy Gordon Carroll Trimble
Daughter: Carroll L. Cabot
Son: T. Ridgeway Trimble
Son: William C. Trimble, Jr. (attorney)

    University: BA History, Princeton University (1930)
    University: Special study in Economics, Princeton University (1938-39)
    University: National War College (1946)

    US State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs (1965-68)
    US State Department Director, Office of West Coast and Malian Affairs (1962-65)
    US Ambassador to Cambodia (1959-62)
    US State Department Minister-Counselor, Bonn, West Germany (1956-58)
    US State Department Minister-Counselor, Rio de Janiero, Brazil (1954-56)
    US State Department Counselor, The Hague, Netherlands (1951-54)
    US State Department Counselor, London, England (1948-51)
    US Ambassador to Iceland ad interim (1947-48)
    US State Department Asst. Chief, Division of Northern European Affairs (1944-46)
    US State Department Asst. Chief, Division of Exports & Requirements (1943-44)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Mexico City, Mexico (1941-42)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Vichy, France (1940-41)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Paris, France (1939-40)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Tallinn, Estonia (1936-38)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1932-36)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Seville, Spain (1931-32)


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