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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1918. Supplement 1, The World War
(1918)

List of principal persons,   pp. XI-XVIII PDF (2.6 MB)


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LIST OF PRINCIPAL PERSONS
GRANT-SMrrH, Ulysses, United States Counselor of Legation in Denmark-;
Charge d'Affaires.
Gnniw, Joseph C., Acting Chief of the Division of Western European Affairs
of the Department of State from March 14.
GREY, Sir Edward, Former British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
GRIMPnEL, Maj. Maurice,- member of the French High Commission at Wash-
ington.
GRossEE, Hermann, German Secretary of State without portfolio in the Cabinet
of Prince Max of Baden.
GVOSDNNOVITCH, Gen. Antoine,- Montenegrin Minister at Washington from Sep-
tember 20.
HADWI-MIsCHrFr, P., Bulgarian Minister to the Netherlands.
HAIG, Field Marshal Sir Douglas, Commander in Chief of the British Expe-
ditionary Forces in France.
HARRIS, Ernest L., United States Consul General at Irkutsk.
HARRIS, IF. Leverton, Parlimentary Secretary to the British Ministry of Block-
ade from July 19.
HAUSsMANN, Conrad, member of the German Reichstag; Secretary of State
without portfolio in the Cabinet of Prince Max of Baden.
HELFFERIEH, Karl, German Ambassador to Russia, July 23 to-September 23.
HEMLLNER, J., Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
HENDERSON, Arthur, British Labor Leader.
HERTLING, Count Georg F. von, German Imperial Chancellor to September 30.
HINDENBURG, Field Marshal Paul von Beneckendorif und von, Chief of the
General Staff of the German Army.
HINTzE,, Paul von, German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, July 9
to
October 3.
HoovER, Herbert C., United States Food Administrator; chairman of the Com-
mission for Relief in Belgium.
HORTON, George, United States Consul General at Saloniki.
HousE, Edward M., personal representative of President Wilson in Europe.
HURLEY, Edward N., Chairman of the United States Shipping Board; President
of the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation.
HuaunY, George, United States War Trade Board Representative at Copenhagen.
HUSSAIN IRN Am, King of the Hejaz.
HIUYSMANS, Camille, French labor leader; Secretary of the Socialist Inter-
national Bureau.
HYMANS, Paul, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
IRIGOYEN, Hipolito, President of Argentina.
JEFFERSON, Benjamin L., United States Minister to Nicaragua.
JEFFERY, Robert E., United States Minister to Uruguay.
JOFER, Joseph J. C., Marshal of France.
JOHNSON, Stewart, United States Third Secretary of Legation in Oosta Rica;
Charg6 d'Affaires to December 5.
JONG VAN BEEK EN DONK, Baron, former Director of the Netherland Ministry
of Justice.
JUSSERAND, J. J., French Ambassador at Washington.
KARL I, Emperor of Austria to November 12, King of Hungary to November 16.
KARoLYI, Count Michael, Hungarian Liberal statesman.
KEENA, Leo J., United States Consul General at Valparaiso.
KRAM-kI, Karel, President of the Czech National Committee in Prague; Czecho-
Slovak Prime Minister from November 14.
KtUHLMANN, Richard von, German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in
Count von Hertling's Cabinet.
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