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Harris A. Houghton

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Harris Ayres Houghton (February 25, 1874 - September 2, 1946) was a physician and member of the United States military intelligence community during and shortly after World War I. He is notable for having arranged the anonymous translation and publication, from the Russian language into the English language, of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion in the United States in 1920. The lead title he was responsible for producing was "Praemonitus Praemunitus." Biography Harris was the son of Oscar Allen Houghton (May 15, 1841 - Sept. 22, 1908) and Oscar's first wife Susan Harris Ayres (July 7, 1843 - Dec. 9, 1900). Oscar was a minister who belonged to the Central New York Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1901 Harris graduated from the Syracuse University School of Medicine. He thereafter pursued advanced study in Berlin. On Oct. 26, 1902, Harris married Virginia Boyd Dudley (Dec. 8, 1876 - April 8, 1946) of Bramwell, Mercer County, West Virginia. In 1911 he receiv
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