Bonner Fellers

Bonner Fellers

United States Army General
Born 1896
Died 1973

Bonner Frank Fellers, was a U.S. Army officer who served during World War II as military attaché and psychological warfare director. He was a considered a protégé of General Douglas MacArthur.

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1896 Birth Born in 1896.


1941 45 Years Old In 1941, then-Colonel Fellers was Military Attaché to the U.S. Embassy in Egypt. … Read More
1942 46 Years Old …  In July 1942, Fellers was transferred from Egypt. … Read More
1943 47 Years Old Although wishing to return to the Middle East as a member of the OSS, when he found out that that was impossible Fellers, in the summer of 1943, left his job in the Office of Strategic Services(OSS), where he played a central role in planning psychological warfare, and once again began working for General MacArthur in the Southwest Pacific. … Read More


1946 50 Years Old In October 1946, Fellers was demobilized by Eisenhower and returned to his permanent rank of Colonel. … Read More
1952 56 Years Old After Taft's defeat to Eisenhower in the 1952 Republican convention, Fellers became a member of the John Birch Society. … Read More


1973 77 Years Old Died in 1973.
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