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Willard L. Beaulac

AKA Willard Leon Beaulac

Born: 25-Jul-1899
Birthplace: Pawtucket, RI
Died: Aug-1990
Cause of death: unspecified

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Argentina, 1956-60

Military service: US Navy (WWI, 1918-19)

Wife: Catherine H. Beaulac (m., d. 25-Sep-2000, three daughters, one son)
Daughter: Noel Peters
Daughter: Joan Zachor
Daughter: Anna Beaulac-Bonneau
Son: Lee Beaulac

    University: BS Foreign Service, Georgetown University (1921)
    Professor: Southern Illinois University
    Professor: Ball State University

    US Ambassador to Argentina (1956-60)
    US Ambassador to Chile (1953-56)
    US Ambassador to Cuba (1951-53)
    US Ambassador to Colombia (1947-51)
    US Ambassador to Paraguay (1944-47)
    US State Department Consul General, Madrid (1941-44)
    US State Department Counsellor, Havana (1940-41)
    US State Department Assistant Chief, Division of American Repubics (1937-40)
    US State Department Assistant Chief, Division of Latin American Affairs (1934-37)
    US State Department Second Secretary, San Salvador, El Salvador (1933)
    US State Department Second Secretary, Managua, Nicaragua (1928-33)
    US State Department Third Secretary, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (1927-28)
    US State Department Consul, Arica, Chile (1925-27)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Puerto Castilla, Honduras (1923-25)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Tampico, Mexico (1921-23)

Author of books:
Career Ambassador (1951, memoir)
Career Diplomat: A Career in the Foreign Service of the United States (1966)
A Diplomat Looks at Aid to Latin America (1970)
The Fractured Continent (1980)
Franco: Silent Ally in World War II (1988)


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