Lt. Colonel Douglas McGlashan Kelley (11 August 1912 January 1, 1958) was a United States Army Military Intelligence Corps officer who served as chief psychiatrist at Nuremberg Prison during the Nuremberg War Trials. He worked to ascertain defendants' competency evaluations before standing trial.

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Douglas Kelley
Born
Douglas McGlashan Kelley

(1912-08-11)August 11, 1912
DiedJanuary 1, 1958(1958-01-01) (aged 45)
Cause of deathsuicide (potassium cyanide)
Spouse
    Alice Vivienne Hill
    (m. 1940)
    ChildrenDoug, Alicia, Allen
    Parents
    • George Kelley (father)
    • June McGlashan (mother)
    Academic background
    Alma materColumbia University
    ThesisRorschach studies in acute experimental alcoholic intoxication (1941)
    Academic work
    DisciplinePsychiatry, Criminology
    InstitutionsWake Forest School of Medicine
    Notable works
    • 22 Cells in Nuremberg (1947)
    Military career
    Service/branchUnited States Army Medical Corps
    RankLieutenant colonel
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