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  • Herman W. Nickel (born 23 October 1928) was United States Ambassador to South Africa during the Reagan administration. He was born in Berlin, Germany. Abitur, Dahlem (Berlin, West); A.B., Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1951; LLB, Syracuse University College of Law.President Reagan announced his intention to nominate Nickel for the post on 24 February 1982. Nickel presented his credentials on April 20, succeeding the incumbent, William B. Edmondson, and preceding Edward Perkins in 1986. Nickel was a correspondent for Time, Inc. in the Republic of South Africa, Tokyo, London, and Bonn prior to his appointment. (en)
  • Herman W. Nickel (born October 23, 1928) was United States Ambassador to South Africa during the Reagan administration. He was born in Berlin, Germany. Abitur,Arndt-Gymnasium Dahlem (Berlin, West); A.B., Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1951; Married to Phyllis Fritchey, (died in 2003), daughter of Clayton Fritchey.One son, Clayton A. Nickel.LLB, Syracuse University College of Law. President Reagan announced his intention to nominate Nickel for the post on 24 February 1982. Nickel presented his credentials on April 20, succeeding the incumbent, William B. Edmondson, and preceding Edward Perkins in 1986. Nickel was a correspondent for Time, Inc. in the Republic of South Africa, Tokyo, London, and Bonn prior to his appointment. (en)
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  • Herman W. Nickel (born 23 October 1928) was United States Ambassador to South Africa during the Reagan administration. He was born in Berlin, Germany. Abitur, Dahlem (Berlin, West); A.B., Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1951; LLB, Syracuse University College of Law.President Reagan announced his intention to nominate Nickel for the post on 24 February 1982. Nickel presented his credentials on April 20, succeeding the incumbent, William B. Edmondson, and preceding Edward Perkins in 1986. (en)
  • Herman W. Nickel (born October 23, 1928) was United States Ambassador to South Africa during the Reagan administration. He was born in Berlin, Germany. Abitur,Arndt-Gymnasium Dahlem (Berlin, West); A.B., Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1951; Married to Phyllis Fritchey, (died in 2003), daughter of Clayton Fritchey.One son, Clayton A. Nickel.LLB, Syracuse University College of Law. President Reagan announced his intention to nominate Nickel for the post on 24 February 1982. (en)
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