John N. Irwin, II
|John N. Irwin|
|United States Ambassador to France|
|Preceded by||Arthur K. Watson|
|Succeeded by||Kenneth Rush|
|Born||John Nichol Irwin, II
December 31, 1913
Keokuk, Iowa United States
|Died||February 28, 2000
New Haven, Connecticut, United States
|Spouse(s)||Jane Watson (died 1970), Jane Reimers|
|Children||John, Jane, Watkins (stepchild), Thomas (stepchild), Carl (stepchild)|
John Nichol Irwin, II (December 31, 1913 – February 28, 2000) was a United States diplomat to France and attorney during the Cold War. In government, he served as Ambassador to France, Deputy Secretary of State, in the U.S. State Department, and as an American government official.
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