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Alan Nathaniel Steyne
Second Lieutenant, United States Army
Foreign Service Officer
Lieutenant (Ambassador) Steyne is buried in Section 1 of Arlington National Cemetery.  Research regading his life and career continues.

US OFFICIAL DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND IN CHEST

WASHINGTON, May 22, 1946 – Alan Steyne, 47, State Department official, died tonight in Emergency Hospital several hours after he was found in the basement of the fashionable Metropolitan Club with a pistol wound in the chest.

Ten notes were found near him and police said there was every indication that the wound was self-inflicted.  Police said they were told he had been under a doctor’s care for nervousness.

The notes were not immediately made publis.  Police said one of them was addressed to Steyne’s fiancée, a British girl, one to the police and the other to State Department officials and friends.

After serving in various diplomatic posts abroad he was made Assistant Chief of the Planning Staff in the the Office of Foreign Service.  He was transferred several weeks ago to the Officer of International Trade Policy



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AN Steyne Gravesite PHOTO

AN Steyne Gravesite PHOTO
Photographs By M. R. Patterson, October 2002


STEYNE, ALAN N
2ND LT FLD ARTILLERY USA
DATE OF DEATH: 05/22/1946
BURIED AT: SECTION EWEST  SITE HALF 153
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
Posted: 12 October 2002 Updated: 15 April 2007 Updated: 16 November 2007

AN Steyne Gravesite PHOTO October 2007

AN Steyne Gravesite PHOTO October 2007
Photos By M. R. Patterson, October 2007