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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1951. The United Nations; the Western Hemisphere
(1951)

The United Nations,   pp. 1-869 PDF (338.7 MB)


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THE, UNITED NATIONS
to the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization, was
maintained at Montreal. Liaison was also maintained with the United
Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
through a counselor on UNESCO affairs stationed at the American
Embassy at Paris.
UNITED 'STATES REPRESENTATIVES TO THE UNITED NATIONS, ITS
    ORGANS, SUBSIDIARY BODIES, AND THE SPECIALIZED AGENCIES
United States representative and chief of United States mission to the
    United Nations
  Warren R. Austin
Deputy United States representative
  Ernest A. Gross
                     THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Sixth Regular Session, Paris, November 6, 1951
Representatives
  Dean G. Acheson, Secretary of State, Chairman of Delegation
  Warren R. Austin
  Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  Congressman Mike J. Mansfield
  Congressman John M. Vorys
  Philip C. Jessup*
  Alternate representatives
  Benjamin V. Cohen
  John Sherman Cooper
  Ernest A. Grosst
  Miss Anna Lord Strauss
  Channing H. Tobias
  Interim Committee of the General Assembly
  Representative
  Warren R. Austin
  Deputy representatives
  Charles P. Noyes (resigned April 8,1951)
  James N. Hyde
  William 0. Hall (appointed January 11, 1952)
  Committee on Information From Non-Self-Governing Territories
  Representative
  Benjamin 0. Gerig
  *Mr. Jessup served as a representative in the absence of the Secretary
of
  State. [Footnote in the source text.]
  SMr. Gross served as an 4alternate representative in the absence of the
Sec-
  retary of State. [Footnote in the source text.]
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