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Paul H. Nitze (1907–2004)

Paul H. Nitze was born on January 16, 1907 in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA as Paul Henry Nitze. He was married to Elisabeth Scott Porter and Phyllis Pratt. He died on October 19, 2004 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. See full bio »

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First Strike
First Strike Representative of the Secretary of Defense to SALT 1969-1974
Who Wrote Shakespeare's Works?
Who Wrote Shakespeare's Works? Himself (diplomat, Johns Hopkins University)
Cold War
Cold War Himself


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 1998 Cold War (TV Mini-Series documentary)
- Iron Curtain (1998) ... Himself (as Paul Nitze)
- Conclusions (1998) ... Himself (as Paul Nitze)
 1995 The Last Days of World War II (TV Movie documentary)
 1992 Timewatch (TV Series documentary)
 1990 Who Wrote Shakespeare's Works? (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (diplomat, Johns Hopkins University) (as Paul Nitze)
 1979 First Strike (TV Movie documentary)
Representative of the Secretary of Defense to SALT 1969-1974
 1959 Panorama (TV Series documentary)
- Episode #7.11 (1959) ... Himself (as Paul Nitze)
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 2012 The Untold History of the United States (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Secretary of the Navy
- Chapter 2: Roosevelt, Truman and Wallace (2012) ... Himself - Secretary of the Navy

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Director of the State Department's policy planning staff in 1950. Helped frame the strategy of building up U.S. forces to keep the Soviets contained in Eastern Europe. See more »

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