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'.THE MCHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, '

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,

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To the
Graduates of '58
our

Fifield Discusses
Executive Reserve
BY WALTER GREEN
mosa to come to the University in
In case of war, the top positions 1947.
in the State Department might In 1952, the professor completed
be taken over by specially trained his first book entitled "Woodrow
civilian replacements, according to Wilson and the Far East." The
Prof. Russell H. Fifield of the George Louis Beer Prize was r e-

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political science department.
Prof. Fifield, who last year waq
designated a member of the Na-
tional Defense Executive Reserve
of the Department of State by'
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles explained, "The United
State, government maintains a
60-man civilian reserve prepared
to fill senior positions in the
State Department if the need
should arise."
This Executive Reserve meets
about twice a year for training
purposes. "The majority of men
who compose the Reserve have

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sented to him for this work by the
American Historical Association in
1953.
Served as Consultant
Prof. FifMeld acted as a Ftilbrigh
research professor at the Univer-
sity of the Philippines in 1953 and
1954. At that time he was alsoa
consultant to the United State
State Department.
At present, Prof. Fifield i
teaching several courses here
at the University of which hi
favorites are those dealing wit]
the international relations o
Northeast and Southeast Asia. I
addition, he serves on a nationa
Fulbright Selection Committee.
His second book, entitled "Th
Diplomacy of Southeast Asia
1945-1958," will be published ina
few weeks by Harper and Brothers
"Much research work and man:
interviews are necessary when
writing a book of this kind," ProJ
Fifield noted. In the process a
writing the book Prof. Fifield
talked with such people as Chiang
Kai-shek of Formosa,. Magsaysa:
of the Philippines, and Sukarno o
Indonesia and had correspondenc
with Nehru of India.
To Leave University
Prof. Fifield has currenti:
received leave from the Uni
versity to serve as a civilian facult
member on the staff of The Na
tional War College in Washingtoz
D.C. Officially classed as the "Gov
ernment's highest educational in
stitution," The National War Col
lege has a yearly student body-.c
some 120 members chosen chiefl
from the Army, Navy and Ah
Force in the captain to colone
rank or its equivalent and from
the United States Foreign Servic
in terms of the top three classes.
"The average student at Th
National War College is about 4
years old and has already ha
much experience in the militar
or Foreign Service," the professoc
pointed out. ,The purpose ofthe
War College is to provide educa
tion in the formulation and execu
tion of national security polic
and is under the direction of t4
Joint Chiefs of Staff," he said
Prof. Fifield is the first Universit
professor to be invited to spend
full year as one of the four civil
ian instructors at the War Col
lege.
After completing his work a
The War College, Prof. Fifield wi
do field research in the Philip
pines under a recently awarde
Guggenheim Fellowship.

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PROF. RUSSELL H. FIFIELD
.. . international expert
recently retired from State De-
partment and Foreign Service
work," Prof. Fifield continued. Of
the' 10 professors in the Executive
Reserve, five are in the political
science field. .
Wrote Book on Wilson
Born in Readfield, Me. in 1914,
Prof. Fifield completed his under-
graduate study at Bates College
in Lewiston, Me. He is a: mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi
Beta Kappa. He received his mas-
ters and doctors 'degrees in 1940
and 1942, respectively, at Clark
University in Worcester, Mass.
where he specialized in Interna-
tional Relations.
After 1944, Prof. Fifield worked
with the Unite; States State De-
partmerit and Foreigri Service. He
resigned as Vice Consul in For-

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