Frank R. Barnett
Barnett was born in Chillicothe, Ohio. He attended Wabash College, Bradley University, Syracuse University, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Zurich and Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar.
During the Second World War, Barnett served as a Russian interpreter in the 69th Infantry Division, which met the Soviet Army on the Elbe in April 1945. After the German surrender, he was attached to the staff of the United States Military Government in Berlin.
In a contribution to the 1960 volume, American Strategy for the Nuclear Age, Barnett advocated the creation of a 'West Point of political warfare' to train Eastern Bloc defectors.
- National Strategy Information Center
- Committee on the Present Danger (1976 version)
- Council on Foreign Relations - Member
- International Institute of Strategic Studies - Member
- Wolfgang Saxon, Frank R. Barnett, 72, an Expert On Military Strategy and Security, New York Times, 18 August 1963.
- Sara Diamond, Roads To Dominion: Right-wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, Guildford Press, 1995, p.47.
- Sara Diamond, Roads To Dominion: Right-wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, Guildford Press, 1995, p.50.