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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
LAMMASCH, Heinrich, Austro-Hungarian Prime Minister, October 28 to Novem-
ber 13.
LANSING, Robert, Secretary of State of the United States.
LAUGHLIN, Irwin B., United States Counselor of Embassy in Great Britain;
Charge d'Affaires, May 18 to July 17 and October 3 to December -17.  -
LAW, Andrew Bonar, member of the British War Cabinet; Chancellor of the
Exchequer.
LAY, Julius G., Acting Foreign Trade Adviser of the Department of State of
the United States from February 18.
LAY, Tracy, United States Consul at Paris.
LEAVELL, William H., United States Minister to Guatemala.
LEBRUN, A., French Minister of Blockade.
LEFFINGWELL, Russell C., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury of the United
States.
LIAPCHEFF, Andrew, Bulgarian Minister of Finance from June 21.
LLOYD GEORGE, David, British Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury.
LONG, Breckinridge, Third Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.
LoUcHEup, Louis, French Minister of Munitions; member of the Allied Mari-
time Transport Council.
LOUDON, Jonkheer J., Netherland Minister of Foreign Affairs.
LUDENDORFF, Gen. Erich F. W., First Quartermaster General of the German
Army.
MAC-CHI DI CELLERE, Count Vincenzo, Italian Ambassador at Washington.
*AcLAY, Sir Joseph P., British Shipping Controller; member I of the Allied
Maritime Transport Council.
MACMURRAY, John V. A., United States Counselor of Embassy in Japan to
July 1; Charge d'Affaires in China, July 1 to October 11.
MALINOrr, Alexander, Bulgarian Prime Minister from June 21.
MARGHILOMAN, Alexandre, Rumanian President of the Council and Minister of
the Interior, March 12 to November 9.
MASARYK, Thomas Garrigue, President of the Czecho-Slovak National Council;
President and Minister of Finance of the Czecho-Slovak Provisional Gov-
ernment constituted September 26.
MoADoo, William Gibbs, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
MCCORMICK, Vance C., Chairman of the War Trade Board of the United States.
MCFADDEN, George, United States War Trade Board Representative at Paris.
MOMILLIN, Benton, United States Minister to Peru.
MEHDI KHAN, Persian Minister at Washington to April.
MtNDEZ, Joaquin, Guatemalan Minister at Washington.
MENOCAL, Mario G., President of Cuba.
MENOS, Solon, Haitian Minister at Washington to October 14.
MERcm, D&sir6, Belgian Cardinal, Archbishop of Malines.
MICHAILOVITCH, Lioubomir, Serbian Minister at Washington.
MILNM, Sir George Francis, Commander in Chief of the British Army in the
Balkans.
MILNER, Alfred, Viscount, member of the British War Cabinet; Secretary of
State for War from April 19; member of the Supreme War Council.
MONNET, M., French representative on the Allied Maritime Transport Council.
MORGAN, Edwin V., United States Ambassador to Brazil.
MORGAN, Henry H., United States War Trade Board Representative at Habana.
MoRmIs, Ira Nelson, United States Minister to Sweden.
MORRIS, Roland S., United States Ambassador to Japan.
MOTONO, Ichiro, Viscount, Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs to April 23.
MUNIZAGA VARELA, G., Chilean Counselor of Embassy at Washington.
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