Born : 10th January 1891 - Roanoke, Virginia
Died : 24th April 1966 ( 75 ) - Washington, DC.
Married : Ruth Maxwell
Children : 2 females
POLITICIAN & DIPLOMAT
In 1942 when he served as the president's personal representative in India.
At the end of April, Baba sent Chanji back to Delhi to contact other influential persons who had spiritual inclinations, and disseminate his messages to them. Baba particularly wished to contact Colonel Louis Johnson, President Roosevelt's special envoy from America. Chanji gave him the messages and he promised to study them. ( Messages were also mailed to prominent Indian personalities such as Aurobindo.)
1942 VISIT TO INDIA
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR AT HOME
Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center,Clarksburg,W. VA.
Law degree from the University of Virginia
Assistant Secretary of War, 1937-40
Secretary of Defense 1948
National Commander of The American Legion 1932–1933
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