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Martin J. Hillenbrand

AKA Martin Joseph Anthony Hillenbrand

Born: 1-Aug-1915
Birthplace: Youngstown, OH [1]
Died: 2-Feb-2005
Location of death: Athens, GA
Cause of death: unspecified

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Germany, 1972-76

[1] Grew up in Chicago.

Wife: Faith Stewart (m. 1942, d. 2004, one daughter, two sons)
Daughter: Ruth Marie Quinet
Son: David M. Hillenbrand
Son: John S. Hillenbrand

    University: BA, University of Dayton (1937)
    University: MA, Columbia University (1938)
    University: PhD, Columbia University (1948)
    Scholar: Economics, Harvard University (1949-50)
    Professor: International Relations, University of Georgia (1982-97)

    Atlantic Institute for International Affairs Director-General (1976-82)
    US Ambassador to Germany (1972-76)
    US Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (1969-72)
    US Ambassador to Hungary (1967-69)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Bonn, Germany (1963-67)
    US Ambassador to Germany ad interim (1963)
    US State Department Director, Office of German Affairs (1958-62)
    US State Department Consul General, Berlin, Germany (1958)
    US State Department Political Officer, Berlin, Germany (1956-58)
    US State Department First Secretary-Consul, US Mission to NATO (1954-56)
    US State Department Economic Officer, Paris, France (1953-54)
    US State Department First Secretary-Consul, Paris, France (1952-52)
    US State Department Officer-in-Charge, German Government & Administration (1950-52)
    US State Department FSO, Bremen, Germany (1945-49)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Maputo, Mozambique (1944-45)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Calcutta, India (1942-43)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Rangoon, Burma (1940-42)
    Council on Foreign Relations

Author of books:
Power and Morals (1949)
The Future of Berlin (1980, political science)
Global Insecurity: A Strategy for Energy and Economic Renewal (1980, economics, editor, with Daniel Yergin)
Germany in an Era of Transition (1983)
Fragments of Our Time: Memoirs of a Diplomat (1998, memoir)

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