Falk, Stanley Lawrence
FALK, Stanley Lawrence
FALK, Stanley Lawrence. American, b. 1927. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: Historical Consultant, 1982-. Historian, Office of Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1949-54, Bureau of Social Science Research, American University, 1954-56, and Historical Division, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1956-59; Sr. Historian, Office of Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1959-62, all in Washington, DC; Educational Specialist, 1962-65, Associate Professor of National Security Affairs, 1965-70, and Professor of International Relations, Resident School, 1970-74, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC; Chief Historian, US Air Force, Washington, DC 1974-80; Deputy Chief Historian for Southeast Asia, US Army Center of Military History, Washington, DC, 1980-82. Publications: Bataan: The March of Death, 1962; (co-author) Organization for National Security, 1963; The International Arena, 1964; Human Resources for National Strength, 1966; Decision at Leyte, 1966; The National Security Structure, 1967, rev. ed., 1972; The Environment of National Security, 1968, rev. ed., 1973; Defense Military Manpower, 1970; The Liberation of the Philippines, 1971; Bloodiest Victory: Palaus, 1974; Seventy Days to Singapore: The Malayan Campaign, 1975. EDITOR: The World in Ferment: Problem Areas for the United States, 1970; FOO: A Japanese-American Prisoner of the Rising Sun, 1993; (co) MIS in the War against Japan, 1995. Contributor to books. Address: 2310 Kimbro St, Alexandria, VA 22307, U.S.A.