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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
MUNSON, Frank C., representative of the United States Shipping Board on
the War Trade Board to August 31.
MURPHY, Dominic I., United States Consul General at Sofia.
NANSEN, Fridtjof, Norwegian Minister on Special Mission at Washington.
NA6N, R6mulo S., Argentine Ambassador and Financial Commissioner at
Washington.
NAVA, Signor, Italian Under Secretary of War; member of the Inter-Allied
Munitions Council.
NirrI, Francesco S., Italian Minister of the Treasury.
NORTHCLIFFE, Alfred, Viscount, British Minister in Charge of Propaganda.
NUBAR, Boghos, President of the Armenian National Delegation at Paris.
OEDERLIN, Frederick, Commercial Adviser of the Swiss Legation at Washington.
ORLANDO, Salvatore, Italian Commissioner of Mercantile Marine Construction;
member of the Allied Maritime Transport Council to May.
ORLANDO, Vittorio E., Italian Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior.
OWEN, William H., United States War Trade Board Representative at Stock-
holm.
PADEREWSKI, Ignace Jan, representative in the United States of the Polish
National Committee.
PAGE, Thomas Nelson, United States Ambassador to Italy.
PAGE, Walter Hines, United States Ambassador to Great Britain.
PAGET, Sir Ralph Spencer, British Minister to Denmark.
PARRAVICINI, K., Swiss Minister of Foreign Affairs.
PASHITCH, Nikola P., Serbian President of the Council and Minister of Foreign
Affairs to February 27, and from November 17.
PAYER, Friedrich von, German Imperial Vice Chancellor.
PERcY, Lord Eustace, British Secretary temporarily attached to the Embassy
at
Washington.
PERwLER, Charles, Commissioner at Washington of the Czecho-Slovak Provisional
Government.
PERSHING, Gen. John J., Commander in Chief of the American Expeditionary
Forces in Europe.
PPTAIN, Gen. Henri P., Commander in Chief of the French Armies in the field.
PHILIPS, August, Netherland Minister at Washington, February 19 to April
9.
PHITLups, William, Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.
PICHON, Stephen, French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
POLK, Frank Lyon, Counselor for the Department of State of the United States.
PROTITCH, Stoyan M., Serbian Minister of Finance.
RADOSLAVOPr, Vassil, Bulgarian Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs and
of
the Interior to June 16.
RAPPARD, Chevalier W. L. F. C. van, Netherland Minister at Washington to
February 19.
READING, Earl of (Rufus Daniel Isaacs), British High Commissioner and
Ambassador on Special Mission at Washington.
REINSCH, Paul S., United States Minister to China.
RHONDDA, David Alfred Thomas, Lord, British Food Controller (died July 3).
RIARO Y GAYANGOS, Don Juan, Spanish Ambassador at Washington.
RIBOT, Alexandre F. J., former French Premier and Minister of Foreign
Affairs.
ROaENm Baron Fr., German Minister to the Netherlands.
Roussos, Georges, Greek Minister at Washington.
RUBLE, George, United States Shipping Board Representative at London;
member of the Allied Maritime Transport Council.
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