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Kingman Douglass

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Kingman Douglass (April 16, 1896 – October 8, 1971) was an American investment banker and a leading member of the United States intelligence community. He was a deputy director of Central Intelligence from March 1946 to July 1946. Kingman Douglass was born April 16, 1896, in Oak Park, Illinois, the son of William Angus Douglass and Eliza Kingman. He was educated at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania (class of 1914) and Yale University (class of 1918). During World War I, Kingman Douglass served as a captain and pilot with the 91st Aero Squadron, the "Demon Chasers," engaged in aerial observation and photographic intelligence. Credited with three aerial victories, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross (United States) and commended for bravery in action. On December 16, 1922, Kingman Douglass married Helen Field James, the daughter of Howard James and Sophie Ayers. The couple had three sons: Abner Kingman Douglass, Howard James Douglass and William Angus Douglass. The
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