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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954. The Near and Middle East (in two parts): Volume IX, Part 1


List of Persons

Editor’s Note: Throughout this volume, individuals generally are identified in context as their names appear. This list is designed to provide ready reference for identification, is generally limited to positions and circumstances under reference in the volume, and is confined to the years 1952–1954. All titles and positions are American unless otherwise noted. Where no dates are given, the individual usually held the position throughout the period covered by the volume.

  • Abbey, Glenn A., Counselor of the Legation in Saudi Arabia until June 5, 1953; thereafter Consul General at Barcelona.
  • Abboud, Ahmed, Director of the Suez Canal Company and Member of the Industrial and Commercial Society of Egypt.
  • Ibn Abdul Aziz, Faisal, Saudi Arabian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Viceroy of Hijaz; Crown Prince and Deputy President of the Council of Ministers, November 9, 1953–August 1954; thereafter Crown Prince and President of the Council of Ministers.
  • Acheson, Dean, Secretary of State until January 20, 1953.
  • Achilles, Theodore C., Vice Deputy Representative with personal rank of Minister to the North Atlantic Council until April 1, 1952; Deputy Chief of Mission with personal rank of Minister in France, April 1–September 18, 1952; Chief of Mission, September 18, 1952–August 25, 1954; thereafter Minister of the Embassy in France.
  • Acikalin, Cevat, Turkish Ambassador to the United Kingdom until 1952; Secretary General of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1952–1954; Ambassador to Italy from 1954.
  • Adams, Sherman, Assistant to the President from January 20, 1953.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Aldrich, Winthrop W., Ambassador to the United Kingdom from February 20, 1953.
  • Ali, Amjad, Pakistani Delegate to the United Nations, 1952–1953; Delegate to the United Nations Board of Governors, 1954; Ambassador to the United States from September 26, 1953.
  • Alireza, Sheikh Mohammed, Saudi Arabian Minister of Commerce and Industries from 1954.
  • Allen, Francis O., Division of Research for Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Department of State, until March 1954; thereafter Officer in Charge of Lebanon-Syria Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Allen, George V., Ambassador to Yugoslavia until March 11, 1953; Ambassador to India and Nepal, May 4, 1953–November 30, 1954.
  • Allen, Sir Roger, Head of the African Department of the British Foreign Office until September 28, 1953; Assistant Under Secretary of State of the African, Eastern, and Levant Department, September 28, 1953–June 10, 1954; thereafter Deputy High Commissioner in the Federal Republic of Germany at Bonn.
  • Amer, Lieutenant General Abdul Hakim, Commander in Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces as of June 1953; Minister of War and Marine in the Nasser Cabinet from April 1954.
  • Amer, Major General Hussein Sirry, Commander of the Egyptian Army Frontier Corps to July 1952.
  • Amin, Lieutenant Colonel Abdel, participant in the Egyptian Revolution of July 1952 and member of the Rovolutionary Command Council.
  • Ammoun, Fouad S., Director General of the Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Andersen, H. Carl, Republican Representative from Minnesota; Member of the House Appropriations Committee from January 3, 1953.
  • Anderson, Frederick L., Deputy Special Representative in Europe at Paris from March 13, 1952.
  • Anderson, Robert B., Secretary of the Navy, February 4, 1953–May 3, 1954; thereafter Deputy Secretary of Defense.
  • Argov, Nehemia, Military Secretary to the Prime Minister of Israel.
  • Armstrong, Willis C., Special Assistant, Office of International Materials Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until August 4, 1952; Deputy Director, August 4, 1952–May 19, 1954; thereafter Acting Director.
  • Asha, Rafik, Syrian Delegate to the United Nations; Chargé of the Syrian Embassy in the United States, August 5–December 1952; Minister until March 1953.
  • Avriel, E., Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Finance.
  • Awalt, Frederick H., Officer in Charge of Arabian Peninsula Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, 1952.
  • Azmi, Mahmoud, Chief of the Egyptian Delegation to the United Nations and Representative at the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1954.
  • Baban, Ahmad M., Chief of the Iraqi Royal Cabinet, 1952; Minister of Justice, 1953; Deputy Prime Minister, 1954.
  • Badawi (Badaoui), Dr. Helmy Baghat, Egyptian Minister of Commerce and Industry, December 1952–April 1954.
  • Baghdadi (Bagdadi), Abdel Latif, member of the Egyptian Revolutionary Command Council and Minister of War and Marine, June 1953–April 1954; Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs in the Nasser cabinet from April 1954.
  • Bailey, Ronald W., Acting Chargé d’Affaires and First Secretary of the British Embassy in Lebanon until April 30, 1952; thereafter Near East Political Officer and First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Bakr, Abdallah Ibrahim, Minister and Chargé d’Affaires of the Iraqi Embassy in the United States until June 1953; Deputy Chief of the Royal Cabinet, June–September 1953; Minister of Foreign Affairs, September 1953–March 8, 1954; thereafter Chief of the Royal Cabinet.
  • Barco, James W., Member of the Delegation to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1954; Adviser on Political and Security Affairs, United States Mission to the United Nations from September 8, 1952; Member of the Disarmament Commission, 1952; Deputy Representative to the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine from February 28, 1954.
  • Barnes, George A., Officer in the Department of Security Council Affairs of the United Nations until 1952; Member of the International Development Advisory Board of the Foreign Operations Administration from March 30, 1952.
  • Baroody, Jamil M., Alternate Representative of Saudi Arabia to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1954.
  • Barrow, John R., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Iraq until June 25, 1954; thereafter Consul General at Nairobi.
  • Barrows, Leland, Deputy Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Mission in Italy until May 22, 1952; Deputy Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Mission in Greece, May 22–October 1, 1952; Chief of Mission in Greece, October 1, 1952–October 15, 1954; thereafter Chief of Mission in Vietnam.
  • Battle, Lucius D., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State until October 13, 1952; Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, October 13, 1952–January 30, 1953; Attaché of the Embassy in Denmark, January 30, 1953–July 26, 1954; thereafter First Secretary.
  • Baxter, William O., First Secretary of the Embassy in Turkey until June 20, 1952; Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, June 20, 1952–October 10, 1954; thereafter Director.
  • Bayer, Celal, President of Turkey.
  • Beale, Wilson T.S., Jr., Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until July 20, 1952; thereafter Officer in Charge of United Kingdom and Ireland Affairs.
  • Beckett, J.A., Petroleum Attache of the British Embassy in the United States until 1953.
  • Beckner, Earl R., Chief of the Chemicals and Semi-Manufactured Products Branch, Manufactured Products Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until February 15, 1954; thereafter Assistant Chief of the Petroleum Staff.
  • Beeley, Harold, Counselor and Acting Chargé d’Affaires of the British Embassy in Denmark, 1952; Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States from February 18, 1953.
  • Beigel, Edgar J., Office of Western European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Benard, Jean P., Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States until February 1954.
  • Ben Gurion, David, Prime Minister of Israel until December 9, 1953; Minister of Defense until January 4, 1954.
  • Ben-Horin, Eliashiv, First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States until summer 1954.
  • Bennike, Major General Vagn, Danish military officer; Chairman of the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission until June 9, 1953; Chief of Staff, United Nations Truce Supervision Commission, June 9, 1953–September 2, 1954.
  • Bergus, Donald C., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Lebanon until August 4, 1954; thereafter Officer in Charge of Israel–Jordan Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Berry, Burton Y., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs until June 25, 1952; Ambassador to Iraq, August 11, 1952–May 3, 1954.
  • Berry, James L., detailed to Air War College until September 2, 1952; Member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, September 2, 1952–October 19, 1953; Deputy Operations Coordinator, Office of the Under Secretary of State, October 19, 1953–June 14, 1954; Consul General with personal rank of Minister at Singapore from June 18, 1954.
  • Bidault, Georges, French Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense until March 8, 1952; Minister of Foreign Affairs, January 8, 1953–June 19, 1954.
  • Birgi, Nuri, Under Secretary General of Turkey; Secretary General of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Bishop, Max W., Consul General at Dhahran until January 4, 1954; Staff Member of the Operations Coordinating Board, January 4–November 2, 1954; thereafter Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State.
  • Bissell, Richard M., Jr., Deputy Director of the Mutual Security Agency, January 14–18, 1952; thereafter Consultant to the Director for Mutual Security.
  • Blanchet, Jeremy, Committee Officer, Committee Secretariat Staff of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State, January–May 1953; Foreign Affairs Analyst, Executive Secretariat, June–August 1953; thereafter Research Analyst, Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Blandford, John B., Jr., Director with personal rank of Minister of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East until March 7, 1953.
  • Blankenhorn, Herbert, Ministerial Director and Director of the Political Department of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Boardman, Francis, International Economist, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until April 13, 1952; thereafter Deputy Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs.
  • Bohlen, Charles E., Counselor of the Department of State and Member of the Senior Staff of the National Security Council until March 1953; Ambassador to the Soviet Union from April 20, 1953.
  • Bolté, General Charles L., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations until August 1952; Commander of the Seventh Army in Germany, August 1952–April 1953; Commander in Chief, U.S. Army in Europe, April–October 1953; thereafter, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army.
  • Bolton, Frances P., Republican Representative from Ohio; Delegate at the 8th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953.
  • Bonbright, James C.H., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until April 15, 1954; thereafter Special Assistant to the Permanent Representative in Europe.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador to the United States.
  • Bowie, Robert R., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, and Member of the National Security Council Planning Board from May 18, 1953.
  • Bowker, Sir Reginald J., British Assistant Under Secretary of State until January 13, 1954; thereafter Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Bowles, Chester B., Ambassador to India until March 23, 1953.
  • Bradley, General of the Army Omar N., USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Representative to the NATO Standing Group and Military Committee until August 14, 1953.
  • Brook, John H., Petroleum Attaché of the British Embassy in the United States from 1953.
  • Brougham, Robert I., Vice President for Finance, Arabian American Oil Company.
  • Brown, Winthrop G., Director, Office of International Materials Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until June 13, 1952 Attaché of the Embassy in the United Kingdom, June 13–August 20, 1952; thereafter Counselor.
  • Brownell, Herbert, Jr., Attorney General of the United States from January 21, 1953.
  • Bruce, David K.E., Ambassador to France until March 10, 1952; Under Secretary of State, April 1, 1952–January 20, 1953; Consultant to the Secretary of State, January 20–February 18, 1953; thereafter Political Officer and Observer at the Interim Committee of the European Defense Community at Paris and Representative to the European Coal and Steel Community at Luxembourg.
  • Bruins, John H., Counselor of the Embassy in Lebanon until August 12, 1954.
  • Bryan, Belton O’Neal, Special Assistant to the Director, Office of the Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs, Department of State, until June 7, 1953; Liaison Officer, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, June 7, 1953–May 9, 1954; thereafter Director, Office of Munitions Control.
  • Buckmaster, Hon. Martin S., Acting Consul of Great Britain at Sharjah, 1952; Assistant Political Officer, 1952–November 9, 1953; thereafter Assistant Political Officer in Abu Dhabi.
  • Bunche, Ralph J., Principal Director, Department of Trusteeship and Information for Non-Self-Governing Territories, United Nations Secretariat; Under Secretary of the United Nations Secretariat, 1954.
  • Bunger, Mills E., Chief of Water Resources and Development in Jordan from February 12, 1952.
  • Burdett, William C., Jr., First Secretary of the Embassy in Iran until January 15, 1953; Officer in Charge of Egypt and Anglo–Egyptian Sudan Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from March 2, 1953.
  • Burns, Major General Eedon L.M., Canadian military officer; Deputy Minister of Rehabilitation, Department of Veteran’s Affairs; National President, United Nations Association of Canada, 1952–1953; Director, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine from August 11, 1954.
  • Burns, Robert L., Acting Political Adviser to the Special Representative of the Secretary of State in the Near East for Economic and Technical Assistance at Beirut, 1952.
  • Burrows, Bernard A., Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States until July 27, 1953; thereafter Political Resident in Bahrain.
  • Butler, Victor, British Under Secretary for Fuel and Power.
  • Butterworth, W. Walton, Ambassador to Sweden until December 9, 1953; thereafter Minister of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Byroade, Henry A., Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, until April 14, 1952; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Cabell, Major General Charles P., USAF, Promoted to Lieutenant General July 5, 1952; Director of the Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff, until April 23, 1953; thereafter Deputy Director of Central Intelligence.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, Ambassador to Egypt.
  • Cannon, Cavendish, Envoy to Syria until May 8, 1952; Ambassador to Portugal, June 2, 1952–August 1, 1953; Ambassador to Greece from September 2, 1953.
  • Capomazza Di Campolattaro, Benedetto, Minister of the Italian Embassy in Israel from December 16, 1953.
  • Carroll, Brigadier General Paul T., USA (Colonel until 1953), Staff Secretary and Defense Liaison Officer at the White House, January 21, 1953–September 17, 1954.
  • Carney, Admiral Robert B., USN, Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southern Europe until August 17, 1953; thereafter Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Carraud, Pierre, Second Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States from April 1953.
  • Carver, Leslie J., British; Deputy Director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, October 19, 1952–March 7, 1953; Acting Director, March 7, 1953–June 15, 1954.
  • Case, John C., Vice President and Director, Socony–Vacuum Oil Company, Inc.; President and Director, Colombian Petroleum Company; Vice President and Director, South American Gulf Oil Company.
  • Cassin, Vernon, Assistant Attaché of the Embassy in Jordan until August 7, 1952; thereafter, Attaché.
  • Chamoun, Camille, President of Lebanon from September 22, 1952.
  • Chapman, Alec, Representative of the Arabian–American Oil Company.
  • Chapman, Oscar L., Secretary of the Interior until January 20, 1953.
  • Charpentier, Pierre-Albert, Director General of Economic, Financial, and Technical Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Chairman, Consultative Group in Export Policy; President, with rank of Ambassador, of the French Delegation to the Organization for European Economic Cooperation.
  • Chehab, Amir Khalid, Lebanese Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, October 1, 1952–May 1, 1953.
  • Chehab, General Fuad, Commander in Chief of the Lebanese Army; Prime Minister, Minister of Interior, and Minister of Defense, September 1952.
  • Cherwell, Lord (Frederick Alexander Lindemann), Paymaster General and adviser on Energy and Scientific Affairs to the British Prime Minister.
  • Churchill, Winston S. (Sir Winston from April 24, 1953), Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury of Great Britain; Minister of Defense until March 1, 1952.
  • Clapp, Gordon R., Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority at Knoxville.
  • Clark, Harlan B., First Secretary and Consul of the Legation in Syria until October 19, 1953; Counselor, October 19, 1953–July 1, 1954.
  • Clauzel, Chislain, Deputy Director for Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Cole, William E., Jr., Consul at Accra until February 5, 1954; Consul at Jerusalem, February 5–July 28, 1954; thereafter Consul General at Jerusalem.
  • Coleman, Stewart P., Director, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey; Director of the Arabian–American Oil Company and the Trans–Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Collins, General J. Lawton, USA, Chief of Staff, United States Army until August 14, 1953; thereafter Representative to the NATO Military Committee and Standing Group.
  • Collins, Varnum L., Jr., Officer in Charge of Italian and Austrian Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State until August 15, 1953; detailed to National War College, August 15, 1953–June 20, 1954; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Italy.
  • Colville, John R., Private Secretary to the British Prime Minister.
  • Comay, Michael, Director, British Commonwealth Division, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until 1953; Assistant Director General, 1953; Ambassador to Canada from 1953.
  • Cordier, Andrew W., Executive Assistant to the Secretary–General of the United Nations.
  • Corse, Carl D., Chief of the Commercial Policy Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Corson, Harland J., Director of the Foreign Operations Administration Mission at Jidda from August 24, 1953.
  • Cottman, James Stewart, Jr., Member of the Executive Secretariat Staff, Department of State, from February 22, 1953.
  • Crawley, Desmond J.C., Principal First Secretary of the British Commonwealth Relations Office until February 18, 1952; Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, February 18, 1952–September 14, 1953; thereafter First Secretary for Commonwealth Relations Office Affairs of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Crocker, Edward S., II, Ambassador to Iraq until June 1, 1952; detailed to Air War College, August 9, 1952–July 19, 1953; detailed to Naval War College, July 19, 1953–September 12, 1954.
  • Cutler, Robert, Administrative Assistant to the President, January 21, 1953–March 22, 1953; thereafter Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; Chairman of the National Security Council Planning Board; Member of the President’s Committee on International Information Activities, 1953.
  • Czyzak, John J., Attorney-Adviser, Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Daghistani, Brigadier General Ghazi Mohammed Al, Iraqi military leader; Military Attaché, Iraqi Embassy in the United Kingdom, 1953–1954.
  • Daspit, Alexander B., Political Military Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until January 30, 1954; resigned January 30, 1954; reappointed as Attaché of the Embassy in Pakistan, April 15–September 27, 1954; thereafter First Secretary and Consul.
  • Davies, Fred A., Executive Vice President, Director, and Chairman of the Board, Arabian–American Oil Company; Vice President of the Trans–Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Davis, Monnett B., Ambassador to Israel until December 26, 1953.
  • Day, Brigadier General Edwin M., USAF, Commanding General, Military Air Transport Service, Dhahran Air Force Base, Saudi Arabia, until late 1952.
  • Dayan, Brigadier General Moshe, Israeli Chief of General Staff, South Command, 1952; Chief of General Staff, North Command, 1952–1953; Head of G Branch, General Headquarters, 1953; Chief of General Staff, Israeli Defense Forces, from 1953.
  • Dayton, M. Leon, Chief, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in Italy until July 6, 1952; Chief, Mutual Security Agency Mission in Turkey, July 6, 1952–1954; Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Missions in Italy and Trieste, 1953; Director of the United States Operations Mission in Turkey (Foreign Operations Administration) from 1954.
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, Ambassador to France from March 13, 1953.
  • Divon, Shmuel, First Secretary of the Israeli Legation in France.
  • Dixon, Sir Pierson, British Deputy Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until February 1, 1954; Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom at the United Nations from March 13, 1954.
  • Dixon, Roger C., Acting Chief of Business Practices and Technology Staff, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until March 30, 1952; thereafter Chief.
  • Dorsey, Stephen P., Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, January 4–December 8, 1952; Acting Deputy Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, December 8, 1952–February 1, 1953; thereafter Deputy Director.
  • Drake, James F., Chairman of the Board and Director, Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Drosz, Edmund J., Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 20, 1952; thereafter Consul General at Nairobi.
  • Duce, James T., Vice President of the Arabian–American Oil Company.
  • Duke, Charles B., Counselor of the British Embassy in Egypt July 30, 1952–May 12, 1954; thereafter Ambassador to Jordan.
  • Dulles, Allen W., Deputy Director of Central Intelligence until February 26, 1953; thereafter Director.
  • Dulles, John Foster, Consultant to the Secretary of State until April 1952; Secretary of State from January 21, 1953.
  • Duncan, Admiral Donald B., USN, Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Duncan, Enoch S., Consul at Kuwait until June 27, 1953; thereafter Consul of the Embassy in Jordan.
  • Dunn, William C., Consul at Bombay until September 30, 1952; Chief, Division of Research for Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Department of State, September 30, 1952–September 27, 1954; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Iraq.
  • Eakens, Robert H.S., detailed to Naval War College until August 10, 1953; thereafter Chief of the Petroleum Staff, Department of State.
  • Eban, Abba S., Israeli Ambassador to the United States and Chairman of the Israeli Delegation at the United Nations.
  • Eddleman, Major General Clyde D., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff of the Army for Operations, 1953–1954.
  • Eddy, Colonel William A., USMC (ret.), Consultant to the Arabian–American Oil Company; Former Minister to Saudi Arabia; former Chief of Special Diplomatic Mission to Yemen; former Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Research and Intelligence; Political Adviser to Tapline at Beirut.
  • Eden, Sir Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D., USA., Supreme Allied Commander, Europe until May 30, 1952; President of the United States from January 20, 1953.
  • Elath, Eliahu, Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • El Emary (Emari), Dr. Abdel Galil, Egyptian Minister of Finance and Economy in the Maher cabinet, July–September 1952, and in the Naguib cabinet from September 1952 to February 1954.
  • Elliot, Air Chief Marshal Sir William, Chairman of the British Joint Services Mission in the United States and British Representative on the Standing Group of the Military Committee of NATO.
  • Elting, Howard, Jr., detailed to Naval War College until January 3, 1953; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Egypt.
  • Ely, General Paul H., French Army; Representative to the NATO Standing Group until August 1953; Chief of the General Staff, August 1953–June 1954; Commander in Chief and General Commander in Indochina from June 3, 1954.
  • Emmerglick, Leonard J., Special Assistant to the Attorney General until September 1954.
  • Emmerson, John K., Planning Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until July 28, 1952; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Pakistan.
  • Eralp, Orhan, Director General of the Second Department of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs from January 31, 1953.
  • Erkin, Feridun C., Turkish Ambassador to the United States.
  • Eshkol, Levi, Israeli Minister of Finance from June 25, 1952.
  • Evans, John W., Deputy Director, Office of International Materials Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until August 4, 1952; Director, August 4, 1952–May 1, 1954; Acting Director, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, May 1–September 10, 1954; thereafter Director of Commercial Policy, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade Secretariat.
  • Everest, Lieutenant General Frank F., USAF, Commander, Fifth Air Force, Far East Air Force, Korea until May 1952; Deputy Commander, Tactical Air Force Command, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, May 1952–April 24, 1953; Director, Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff, April 24, 1953–March 18, 1954; Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, U.S. Air Force Headquarters from April 1, 1954.
  • Eveland, Captain Wilbur C., Jr., USA, Assistant Army Attaché of the Embassy in Iraq, 1952.
  • Eytan, Walter, Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Faisal (Feisal) II, King of Iraq.
  • Falck, L. James, Assistant Shipping Adviser, Office of Transport and Communications, Department of State, until August 11, 1953; thereafter Assistant Chief of the Shipping Policy Staff.
  • Al-Faqih, Sheikh Asad, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States.
  • Farouk I, King of Egypt until abdication on July 23, 1952.
  • Farra, Jamal E.D., Secretary General, Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until December 8, 1952; thereafter Minister to Sweden; also Minister to Norway from March 5, 1953 and Denmark from July 6, 1953.
  • Farraq Tayeh, Ahmed Mohamed, Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs, September–December 1952.
  • Fawzi Bey, Mahmoud, Egyptian Ambassador to the United Kingdom until December 8, 1952; thereafter Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Fechteler, Admiral William M., USN, Chief of Naval Operations until August 16, 1953; thereafter Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southern Europe.
  • Feisal.  See  Faisal.
  • Ferguson, John H., Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until August 12, 1953.
  • Fife, Vice Admiral James, Jr., USN, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations until March 1953; thereafter Deputy Commander in Chief, Mediterranean.
  • Fischer, Maurice, Israeli Minister in France until 1953; Ambassador to Turkey from 1953; Alternate Representative at the 9th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1954.
  • Foley, James W., Vice President, the Texas Company (Part of the Arabian–American Oil Company).
  • Follis, Ralph G., Chairman and Director, Standard Oil Company of California; Vice Chairman and Director of the Arabian American Oil Company; Chairman and Director of the Trans–Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Foster, Andrew B., Deputy Director, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, January 4, 1952–September 26, 1954; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Foster, William C., Deputy Secretary of Defense until January 20, 1953.
  • Fox, Major General Alonzo P., USA, Member of the Joint Strategic Survey Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Franks, Sir Oliver S., British Ambassador to the United States until February 13, 1953.
  • Fraser, Sir William, Chairman, Anglo–Iranian Oil Company, Limited, and its subsidiary companies; Director of the Burmah Oil Company, Limited; Petroleum Adviser to the British War Office.
  • Fried, Milton, Attaché of the Embassy in Israel until June 1954.
  • Friedlander, Major Arieh, Israeli Defense Forces; Senior Delegate to the Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Fritzlan, Andrew D., First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Jordan until October 14, 1952; thereafter Officer in Charge of Arabian Peninsula Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Frye, Theodore R., Attaché of the Embassy in India until August 20, 1953; thereafter Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Fryer, E. Reeseman, Assistant Administrator, Near East and Africa Development Service, Technical Cooperation Administration, until 1953.
  • Fuad, King Ahmed II, infant son of King Farouk, proclaimed King of Egypt and the Sudan July 26, 1952. On June 18, 1953, Egypt became a Republic.
  • Funkhouser, Richard, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until March 14, 1952; Acting Officer in Charge of Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq Affairs, March 14–30, 1952; Officer in Charge, March 30, 1952–August 1953; detailed to National War College, August 1953–June 10, 1954; Attaché of the Embassy in Rumania, June 10–July 26, 1954; thereafter First Secretary.
  • Furlonge, Geoffrey W., British Minister in Jordan, February 8–September 23, 1952; thereafter Ambassador.
  • Gallman, Waldemar J., Ambassador to the Union of South Africa until August 15, 1954; Ambassador to Iraq from November 3, 1954.
  • Gaon, Lieutenant Colonel Chaim, Senior Israeli Delegate to the United Nations Mixed Armistice Commission, fall 1952; Military, Naval, and Air Attaché of the Embassy in Turkey from 1953.
  • Gardiner, Arthur Z., Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs until July 6, 1952; thereafter Politico–Economic Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs; Representative on the Advisory Commission of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, 1953.
  • Gargoni, Khalid Bey, Counselor to the King of Saudi Arabia.
  • Gass, Neville A., Managing Director, British Petroleum Company, Limited.
  • Gass, Oliver, Chairman of the Economic Advisory Staff attached to the Office of the Israeli Prime Minister.
  • Gates, Thomas S., Jr., Under Secretary of the Navy from October 7, 1953.
  • Gay, Merrill C., Representative with personal rank of Minister at the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East at Rangoon, 1952, and Bandung, 1953; Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State from September 30, 1953.
  • El Gereitly (Geritli), Dr. Ali, economist; Egyptian Minister of Finance and Economy as of 1954.
  • Geren, Paul F., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Syria until February 21, 1952; First Secretary and Consul, February 21, 1952–February 11, 1954; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Jordan.
  • Getty, J. Paul, President and principal owner of the Pacific Western Oil Company.
  • Gibson, Sir Horace Stephen, Managing Director and President, British Institute of Petroleum, Limited, and associated companies.
  • Gifford, Walter S., Ambassador to the United Kingdom until January 23, 1953.
  • Gillette, Guy Mark, Democratic Senator from Iowa.
  • Gleason, S. Everett, Deputy Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
  • Glubb, Lieutenant General Sir John B., British Military Officer; Chief of the General Staff of the Arab Legion at Amman.
  • Gohar, Lieutenant Colonel (subsequently Colonel) Salah Gawhir, Senior Egyptian Delegate, Egyptian–Israeli Mixed Armistice Commission; Head of the Palestine Department, Ministry of War.
  • Goldmann, Nahum, Chairman of the Jewish Agency for Palestine.
  • Green, Joseph C., Minister in Jordan, July 31–September 23, 1952; Ambassador, September 23, 1952–July 31, 1953.
  • Greenhill, Denis A., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States until September 22, 1952.
  • Grigoropoulos, Lieutenant General Theodoros, Head of the Greek National Defense General Staff, June–November 1952; forced to resign by Field Marshal Papagos’ government.
  • Grover, Brigadier General Orrin L., USAF, Commanding General, Military Air Transport Service, Dhahran Air Force Base, 1952–1953; Commander 1414th Air Base Group at Dhahran, 1953–1954; Commander, Second Air Division at Dhah–ran from late 1954.
  • Habashi, Saba, Egyptian barrister; Adviser to the Secretary General of the Arab League; Counselor to the Arabian American Oil Company.
  • Hackler, Windsor G., Executive Staff Officer, Dependent Area Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until May 26, 1952; Consul at Dhahran, May 26, 1952–December 10, 1954; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Japan.
  • Hadsel, Fred L., Assistant to the Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State until February 28, 1954; thereafter Acting Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Haidar, Selim, Lebanese Ambassador to Iran; Minister of Defense, October 1, 1952–May 1, 1953; Minister of Education, Health, and Social Affairs, 1952–1953.
  • Haikal, Dr. Yusuf, Minister of the Jordanian Embassy in the United States until December 14, 1953.
  • Hakim, General Amir Abd al-, Member of the Egyptian Council of Revolution; Member of Free Officers Committee; Commander in Chief of Egyptian Armed Forces from June 1953; Minister of War and Marine from September 1, 1954.
  • Hakim, George Bey, Counselor of the Lebanese Legation in the United States until May 1952; Minister of Finance, October 1, 1952–May 1, 1953; Minister of Foreign Affairs, May 1–August 13, 1953; Minister of Economy, 1953–1954.
  • Hallett, Nez C., Jr., Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until July 1, 1953; thereafter Office of Near Eastern Affairs.
  • Hamilton, Charles W., Vice President of the Foreign Production Division, Gulf Oil Corporation; Director, Kuwait Oil Company.
  • Hamilton, William L., Jr., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hammarskjöld, Dag, Swedish Minister without Portfolio until April 10, 1953; thereafter Secretary–General of the United Nations.
  • Harding, Charles L., Director, Socony–Vacuum Oil Company and Director of the Arabian–American Oil Company and the Trans Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Hare, Raymond A., Ambassador to Saudi Arabia until July 8, 1953; Ambassador to Lebanon, September 29, 1953–October 1, 1954; Director General of the Foreign Service, Department of State, from October 19, 1954.
  • Harkabi, Colonel Yehoshafat, Israeli Defense Forces.
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Director for Mutual Security until January 20, 1953.
  • Hart, Parker T., Detailed to National War College until June 12, 1952; Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from June 18, 1952.
  • Hashem, Ihsan, Jordanian Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs.
  • El-Hassouna, Mohammed Abdel-Khalek, Egyptian Secretary General of the Arab League from September 1952.
  • Hay, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Rupert, British Political Resident in the Persian Gulf until 1953.
  • Henderson, Loy W., Ambassador to Iran until December 30, 1954.
  • Herlitz, Esther, First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Hilali, Ahmed Naquib, Prime Minister of Egypt, March–June 1952.
  • Herzog, Colonel Chaim, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Hildreth, Horace A., Ambassador to Pakistan from May 19, 1953.
  • Hillings, Patrick J., Republican Representative from California; Member of the House Administration and Judiciary Committee.
  • Hinkle, Colonel Thornton M., USMC, Chairman, Egypt–Israel Mixed Armistice Commission, February 1953–September 1954.
  • Holmes, Julius C., Minister of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until November 1, 1954; Senior Political Adviser to the Delegation to the 9th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly from November 30, 1954; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from December 20, 1954.
  • Hood, Viscount Samuel, Head of the Western Organization Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Hoopes, Townsend W., Executive Director of the National Security Training Commission; Assistant to the Defense Representative of the Senior Staff of the National Security Council, 1952; Department of Defense Member, Psycological Strategy Board, March 1952–September 1953.
  • Hoover, Herbert, Jr., Consultant to the Secretary of State, October 14, 1953–October 4, 1954; thereafter Under Secretary of State.
  • Hoppenot, Henri, Permanent Representative of France at the United Nations; Representative on the Security Council; Chairman, in the absence of the Foreign Minister, of the Delegations to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the General Assembly, 1952–1954.
  • Hoskins, Harold B., Consultant, Department of State until 1953; Operations Coordinating Board and United States Information Agency, 1954.
  • Howard, Harry N., United Nations Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Huda, Tawfiq Abu al-(Abul), Jordanian Prime Minister and Minister of Foregin Affairs until May 5, 1953; Minister of Defense, September 24, 1952–May 5, 1953; Prime Minister again from May 4, 1954.
  • Hull, General John E., USA, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, 1952–1953.
  • Humphrey, George M., Secretary of the Treasury from January 21, 1953.
  • Hussein, Ahmed, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States from May 4, 1953.
  • Hussein, Ibn Talal, King of Jordan from August 11, 1952.
  • Husseini, Jamal al-, Second Secretary of the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Ibn Saud, Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia until November 9, 1953.
  • Ilah, Abul Amir, Regent of Iraq.
  • Ireland, Phillip W., Counselor of the Embassy in Iraq.
  • Ismay, General Lord Hasings Lionel, British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations until March 12, 1952; thereafter Vice Chairman of the North Atlantic Council and Secretary–General of NATO.
  • Ives, Irving M., Republican Senator from New York; Member, Senate Banking and Currency Committee and Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee.
  • Jackson, C(harles) D(ouglas), Special Assistant to the President, February 16, 1953–March 31, 1954; Member, President’s Committee on International Information Activities, 1953; Member of the Delegation to the 9th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1954.
  • Jaddid, Lieutenant Colonel Ghassan, Head of the Syrian Delegation, Syria–Israel Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • al-Jamali, Mohamed Fadjil, Permanent Representative of Iraq at the United Nations; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, July 1952–January 1953; Prime Minister and President of the Chamber of Deputies, September 1953–April 1954; again Minister of Foreign Affairs, April–August 1954.
  • Javits, Jacob K., Republican Senator from New York; Member of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • Jawat, Ali El-Ayubi, Member of the Iraqi Senate; Vice Prime Minister, 1953–1954.
  • Jebb, Sir Hubert Miles Gladwyn, Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom at the United Nations until March 1953; Ambassador to France from April 13, 1954.
  • Jennings, Benjamin B., President, Director, and Chairman of the Executive Committee, Socony–Vacuum Oil Company.
  • Jernegan, John D., Consul General at Tunis until May 16, 1952; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs from June 26, 1952.
  • Johnston, Eric, Chairman, Advisory Board for International Development from 1952; Personal Representative of the President with rank of Ambassador to the Middle East from 1953.
  • Jones, G. Lewis, Jr., Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until June 18, 1952; Principal Officer at Tunis, June 18–27, 1952; Consul General, June 27, 1952–March 13, 1953; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Egypt.
  • Jones, J. Jeffferson, III, Deputy Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until May 20, 1952; First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in the Soviet Union, May 20, 1952–June 1, 1953; Counselor of the Embassy in Saudi Arabia, June 1, 1953–November 22, 1954 thereafter Director Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • De Juniac, Gontran, Minister of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • El-Kaissouny (Kaisouni), Abdel Moneim, Egyptian Minister of Finance from September 1954.
  • Kalijarvi, Thorsten V., Staff Associate and Consultant, Senate Foreign Relations Committee until September 1, 1953; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Karrer, Wilfred L., Irrigation Adviser, Foreign Operations Administration Mission in Israel, summer 1953–summer 1954.
  • Keeler, Erwin P., Counselor of the Embassy in Israel until October 6, 1952; Principal Officer at Lagos, October 6–24, 1952; thereafter Consul General.
  • Kennedy, Donald D., Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 24, 1954; Attaché of the Embassy in India, June 24–July 26, 1954; Counselor, July 26–29, 1954; thereafter Counselor with personal rank of Minister; also Counselor with personal rank of Minister of the Embassy in Nepal from August 30, 1954.
  • Kennedy, W. John, Deputy Director, Mutual Security Agency, February–November 1952.
  • Keyes, Robert L., President and Director of the Arabian–American Oil Company, and Director of the Trans Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Khalidi, Hussein el-, Jordanian Foreign Minister, May 5, 1953–May 4, 1954.
  • Khan, General Muhammad Ayub, Commander in Chief of the Pakistani Army until October 27, 1954; thereafter Minister of Defense.
  • al-Khouri, Bishara, President of Lebanon until September 24, 1952.
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir Ivone A., British High Commissioner in Germany until November 1953; thereafter, Permanent Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., Assistant Chief, Policy Report Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until May 26, 1952; Acting Chief, May 26–November 9, 1952; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, November 9, 1952–January 23, 1953; Deputy Director, Executive Secretariat, January 23, 1953–October 10, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Kollek, Theodore (Teddy), Minister of the Israeli Embassy in the United States until May 1952; thereafter Director General of the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office.
  • Kopper, Samuel K.G., Deputy Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until 1952; resigned during 1952; reappointed as Consultant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, 1953; Counsel for the Arabian American Oil Company, 1954.
  • Kyes, Roger M., Deputy Secretary of Defense, February 2, 1953–May 1, 1954.
  • Labban, Abdel Shafi el-, First Secretary of the Egyptian Embassy in the United States, January 1952–April 1953; Counselor, April 1953–February 1954.
  • Labouisse, Henry R., Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Mission in France, January 1952–July 1, 1953; Director, Foreign Operations Administration Mission in France, July 1, 1953–June 15, 1954; thereafter Director, United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
  • Lakeland, William C., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Egypt until November 1, 1954; thereafter, Consul at Aden and Second Secretary and Consul at Jidda and Sana’a.
  • Lalive, Jean, General Counsel of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, 1954.
  • Laskey, P.S., Alternate Delegate of the United Kingdom at the United Nations, 1953.
  • Lavon, Pinhas, Israeli Minister without Portfolio; Minister of Defense until 1953 and again from Janaury 4, 1954.
  • Lawson, Edward B., Envoy to Iceland and Acting Chief of the Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in Iceland until May 29, 1954; Ambassador to Israel from November 12, 1954.
  • Lawton, Frederick J., Director, Bureau of the Budget until 1953; Commissioner, Civil Service Commission from 1953.
  • Lay, James S., Jr., Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
  • Leishman, Frederick J., Assistant Private Secretary to the British Secretary of State until 1954; appointed as First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States, September 2, 1953.
  • Lemnitzer, Lieutanant General Lyman L., USA, Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Research, U.S. Army, from August 1, 1952.
  • Lewin, Dr. Abraham E., First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Liebhafsky, Herbert H., Office of International Materials Policy, Metals and Minerals Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until fall 1953.
  • Linder, Harold F., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs until December 12, 1952; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, December 12, 1952–May 15, 1953.
  • Lloyd, Rt. Hon. John Selwyn, British Minister of State until October 1954; thereafter Minister of Supply.
  • Lobenstine, James C., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Lebanon until September 5, 1954; thereafter, Financial Officer at Bonn.
  • Locke, Edwin A., Jr., Special Representative with personnal rank of Ambassador for Coordination of Economic and Technical Assistance in the Near East, at Beirut.
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., Republican Senator from Massachusetts until January 1953; Permanent Representative at the United Nations from January 26, 1953; Adviser to the President from December 1953.
  • Loftus, John A., Attaché of the Embassy in India, January 24–April 10, 1952; Counselor of Embassy for Economic Affairs April 10, 1952–October 30, 1953; also Counselor of the Embassy in Nepal, April–October 30, 1953; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in France.
  • Longanecker, David E., International Economist, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until July 29, 1952; thereafter Director, Office of African Affairs.
  • Lourie, Arthur, Israeli Delegate to the 7th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952; Assistant Director General, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1953; Alternate Representative to the 8th Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1953.
  • Lourie, Donald B., Under Secretary of State for Administration, February 13, 1953–March 5, 1954.
  • Loutfi, Omar, Director (Minister Plenipotentiary) of the Department of Conferences, International Organizations, and Treaties, Egyptian Foreign Office.
  • Lovett, Robert, Secretary of Defense until January 20, 1953.
  • Ludlow, James M., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs (subsequently Bureau of International Organization Affairs), Department of State.
  • Lynch, Andrew G., First Secretary and Consul General of the Embassy in Libya until September 11, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in Jordan, September 11, 1952–September 9, 1954; thereafter Consul General at Bremen.
  • Macatee, Robert B., Consul General at Istanbul from February 7, 1953.
  • Macginnis, Francis R., Second Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States from April 30, 1952.
  • Maffitt, Edward P., detailed to National War College, June 30, 1952–June 11, 1953; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Italy and Special Liaison to the Headquarters, Allied Forces in Southern Europe.
  • El Mahdi, Sayed Sir Abdul Rahman, leader of the Umma (Independence) Party in the Sudan.
  • Maher (Mahir), Ali, Egyptian Prime Minister, Minister of War, and Marine, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, January 27–March 2, 1952, and again July 23–September 7, 1952.
  • Maillard, Pierre, Secretary of Conferences, Central Administration, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until January 1953; Deputy Director for the Saar, January 1953–January 1954; thereafter Deputy Director for Africa–Levant Affairs.
  • Mak, Dayton S., Third Secretary and Vice Consul of the Legation in Libya until February 21, 1952; Second Secretary and Vice Consul, February 21, 1952–April 2, 1953; thereafter Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Makins, Sir Roger M., British Deputy Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until December 30, 1952; British Ambassador to the United States from January 7, 1953.
  • Makleff, Mordechai, Israeli Army Officer; Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces until 1953; Chief, 1953–1954.
  • Malik, Dr. Charles, Chairman of the Lebanese Delegation to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1954; Governor of Lebanon until 1952; Envoy to the United States and Cuba until May 4, 1953; thereafter Ambassador; Representative on the Security Council from January 1953; President of the Security Council, February 1953 and January 1954.
  • Mallaby, (Sir) George C., Under Secretary in the British Cabinet Office until 1954; Secretary, War Council and Council of Ministers, Kenya, from 1954.
  • Mallory, Lester D., Counselor with personal rank of Minister of the Embassy in Argentina until August 3, 1953; Ambassador to Jordan from December 1, 1953.
  • El Maraghi, Mortada, Egyptian Minister of Interior, War and Marine in the governments of Prime Ministers Ali Maher and Ahmed Hilali, January–June 1952; Minister of War and Marine in the government of Hussein Sirri, June–July 1952.
  • Marshall, General George C., USA, former Secretary of Defense and former Secretary of State.
  • Marten, Francis W., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States until August 1952; Foreign Office, August 1952–August 1954; thereafter First Secretary of the British Embassy in Iran.
  • Martin, Edwin M., Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until September 28, 1952; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, September 28, 1952–June 25, 1953; thereafter Attaché and Deputy Chief of Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and European Regional Organizations at Paris.
  • Massoud, Mohammed Ibrahim, Saudi Arabian Consultant to the Embassy in Saudi Arabia.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Under Secretary of State until October 11, 1953; Ambassador to the Netherlands from November 25, 1953.
  • Mauer, Ely, Attorney-Adviser, Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Mayer, Rene, French Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs until January 20, 1952; Prime Minister, January 8–June 28, 1953.
  • McAuliffe, Lieutenant General Anthony C., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff, General Staff of the United States Army, 1952; Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Administration, 1953.
  • McCardle, Carl W., Consultant, Department of State, January 21–30, 1953; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
  • McCarten, Colonel Robert D., USAF, Chief of the Military Assistance Advisory Group in Saudi Arabia.
  • McClanahan, Grant V., Research Specialist, Division of Research for Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until December 6, 1954; thereafter Consul at Dhahran.
  • McCloy, John J., United States High Commissioner for Germany until July 18, 1952.
  • McDaniel, Bruce W., Director of the Technical Cooperation Administration Mission in Israel until summer 1954; thereafter Director of Technical Cooperation, Foreign Operations Administration Mission in Israel.
  • McFall, Jack K., Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations until September 9, 1952; Envoy to Finland, November 15, 1952–September 17, 1954; thereafter Ambassador.
  • McGhee, George C., Ambassador to Turkey until June 19, 1953.
  • McGranery, James P., Attorney General of the United States, May 27, 1952–January 20, 1953.
  • McGrigor, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roderick R., British First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff.
  • McLean, Lieutenant General Sir Kenneth G., Chief Staff Officer, British Ministry of Defense until 1952; thereafter, Special Duty, British War Office.
  • McLeod, R.W. Scott, Administrator, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, Department of State, March 3, 1953–March 1, 1954; Administrator, Bureau of Inspection, Security and Consular Affairs, March 1, 1954–December 30, 1954; thereafter Administrator, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs.
  • McMaster, William J., International Economist, Office of International Materials Policy, Petroleum Policy Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until late 1952.
  • McWilliams, William J., Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State until August 19, 1953; detailed to National War College, August 20, 1953–March 14, 1954; thereafter Staff Member, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Meloy, Francis E., Jr., Assistant to the Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State until January 10, 1953; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France, January 10–October 29, 1953; detailed to NATO Defense College in Paris, January 10–July 24, 1953; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Vietnam, October 29, 1953–May 21, 1954; thereafter First Secretary and Consul.
  • Menderes, Adnan, Prime Minister of Turkey.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs until March 24, 1952; Deputy to the Special Representative in Europe at Paris, March 24, 1952–March 11, 1953; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Metzger, Stanley D., Deputy Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs until August 3, 1952; thereafter Attorney-Adviser.
  • Meyer, Armin H., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Lebanon, February 16, 1952–June 28, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul.
  • Meyers, Brigadier General Harry F., USA, Commander, 56th Anti–Aircraft Artillery Brigade, Ft. Revins, Massachusetts, until February 1954; Commanding General, Eastern Army Anti–Aircraft Command, Stewart Air Force Base, New York, February–June 1954; thereafter, Commanding General, 56th Army Anti–Aircraft Brigade, Ft. Totten, New York.
  • Mikesell, Raymond F., Chief, Foreign Minerals Division, President’s Materials Policy Commission, 1952; Special Representative to Israel, summer 1952; Office of Financial and Development Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, fall 1952–summer 1953; Member, Staff of Foreign Economic Policy (Randall Commission) 1953–1954; Technical Cooperation Administration, summer 1953; Member, U.S. Mission to Israel and Ethiopia, summer 1953.
  • Mills, Sheldon T., Counselor with personal rank of Minister of the Embassy in Brazil until July 31, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in India, September 19–October 2, 1952; Counselor with personal rank of Minister, October 2, 1952–July 2, 1954; Ambassador to Ecuador from August 19, 1954.
  • Minor, Harold B., Minister to Lebanon until October 15, 1952; Ambassador, October 15, 1952–August 10, 1953.
  • Mirza, General Iskander, Pakistani Defense Secretary until October 27, 1954; Governor of East Bengal, 1954; Minister of Interior, States, and Frontier Regions from October 27, 1954.
  • Mishaal, Prince Ben Abd al-Aziz, Saudi Arabian Minister of Defense and Aviation from October 9, 1953.
  • Modai, Major Yitzhak, Israeli Assistant Military Attaché of the Israeli Embassy in the United Kingdom, 1952–1953.
  • Mohammed, Ghulam, Governor General of Pakistan.
  • Moline, Edwin G., Petroleum Attaché of the Embassy in the United Kingdom from January 4, 1952.
  • Moore, C. Robert, Acting Officer in Charge of Turkish Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until May 28, 1952; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France.
  • Moose, James S., Jr., Minister in Syria, June 25–September 30, 1952; thereafter Ambassador.
  • Morrison, Herbert S., British Foreign Secretary, March 9–October 26, 1951.
  • Mosadeq, Mohammed, Iranian Prime Minister until July 5, 1952; again July 11–16, 1952; Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, July 22, 1952–August 15, 1953.
  • Mostafa, Mohamed Abdelmoneim, Egyptian Representative at the 7th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952; Ambassador to Switzerland from 1952.
  • Moubarak, Musa, Lebanese Foreign Minister, October 1, 1952–May 1, 1953.
  • Muhtasib, Sheikh Mohammed, Second Secretary of the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United States until July 1953; thereafter First Secretary.
  • El Mulki (Mulqui), Dr. Fawzi, Prime Minister of Jordan, May 5, 1953–May 2, 1954.
  • Muniz, Joao Carlos, Brazilian Representative at the United Nations until 1953; Ambassador to the United States from October 20, 1953.
  • Muntasser, Mahmoud, Prime Minister of Libya to February 15, 1954.
  • Murphy, Charles S., Special Counsel to the President until January 20, 1953.
  • Murphy, Robert D., Ambassador to Belgium until March 19, 1952; Ambassador to Japan, May 9, 1952–April 28, 1953; Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs, July 28–November 30, 1953; Acting Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, November 30–December 18, 1953; thereafter Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.
  • Naccahe, Alfred, Lebanese Foreign Minister from August 15, 1953.
  • Naguib, General Muhammad, Egyptian Prime Minister and Military Governor, September 7, 1952–February 25, 1954.
  • Nahas, Mustafa, a leader of the Egyptian Wafd Party; Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs to January 1952.
  • Nash, Frank C., Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until February 10, 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, February 10, 1953–February 28, 1954.
  • Nashashibi, Azmi, Senior Jordanian Representative on the Jordan–Israel Mixed Armistice Commission; Under Secretary, Jordanian Foreign Ministry.
  • Nasser (Nasir), Colonel Gamal Abdul, Egyptian Deputy Prime Minister, June 18, 1953–April 18, 1954; Prime Minister, February 25–March 8, 1954, and again from April 18, 1954.
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, Indian Prime Minister and Minister of External Affairs; Minister of Defense, February 10–March 15, 1953, and from December 7, 1954.
  • Nelson, Clifford R., Vice Consul at Salzburg until September 29, 1952; thereafter Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in Saudi Arabia.
  • Newsom, David D., Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in Iraq until February 21, 1952; thereafter Second Secretary and Consul; detailed to United States Information Agency as Public Affairs Officer, Embassy in Iraq, from August 1, 1953.
  • Niazi, Anwar, First Secretary of the Egyptian Embassy in the United States until April 1954; Counselor, April–October 1954; thereafter Economic and Commercial Counselor.
  • Nitze, Paul H., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until April 1953.
  • Noble, John, Vice President, Trans Arabian Pipeline Company; Associate General Counsel, Arabian–American Oil Company.
  • Nolting, Frederick E., Jr., Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary of State until August 4, 1953; Acting Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, August 4, 1953–January 4, 1954; thereafter Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs.
  • Nuri al-Said. See  Al-Said, Nuri.
  • Nuseibeh, Anwar, Jordanian Minister of Education and Member of the House of Representatives until May 4, 1954; thereafter Minister of Defense.
  • O’Connor, Roderic L., Assistant to the Secretary of State, January 21, 1953–February 21, 1954; thereafter Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Ohliger, Floyd W., Director, Arabian–American Oil Company from 1952.
  • Ohly, John H., Assistant Director for Policy and Program Development, Office of the Director for Mutual Security, Mutual Security Agency, until April 17, 1952; Assistant Director for Programs, Office of the Director for Mutual Security, April 17, 1952–March 23, 1953; Deputy to the Director for Program and Coordination, Mutual Security Agency, March 23–October 1, 1953; thereafter Deputy Director for Programs and Planning, Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Ordonneau, Pierre, Counselor of the French Delegation at the United Nations; Representative to the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine from May 14, 1952; Representative on the Security Council, 1953–1954.
  • Ortiz, Nestor C., Petroleum Attaché of the Embassy in Lebanon, May 19, 1952–January 7, 1954; Economic Officer at Sao Paulo, January 7–July 26, 1954; thereafter Consul.
  • Osseiran, Abdel, President of the Lebanese Chamber of Deputies, 1953.
  • Palmer, Ely E., Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine until July 22, 1952.
  • Palmer, Joseph, II, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until October 15, 1953; thereafter Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Patrick, Captain G. Serpell, USN, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense until August 1952; detailed to National War College, August 1952–June 1953.
  • Paul, Norman S., Deputy Assistant for International Security Affairs, Mutual Security Agency until October 26, 1953; Officer in Charge of Asia, Africa, and Latin America Program Affairs of the Director for Mutual Security, October 26, 1953–February 1, 1954; thereafter, Regional Director for Near East, South Asian, and African Affairs, Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Pelly, Cornelius J., British Political Agent at Kuwait; Political Resident at Bahrein, 1952; Political Resident in Charge at Bahrein, 1952.
  • Penfield, James K., Counselor of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until August 13, 1954; thereafter Deputy Chief of Mission in Austria.
  • Penniman, Howard R., Intelligence Research Officer, Office of Intelligence Research, External Research Staff, Department of State, until January 18, 1953; thereafter Chief of the External Research Staff.
  • Peter, Hollis W., Assistant Director, Program Planning and Advisory Staff, Technical Cooperation Administration, until March 3, 1952; thereafter Attaché of the Embassy in Lebanon.
  • Peurifoy, John E., Ambassador to Greece until August 9, 1953; Ambassador to Guatemala, November 4, 1953–October 2, 1954; Ambassador to Thailand from December 3, 1954.
  • Phillips, Captain Richard H., USN, Deputy Secretary of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1954.
  • Phleger, Herman, Legal Adviser of the Department of State from January 30, 1953.
  • Plitt, Edwin A., Senior United Nations Adviser to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs; Member of the Delegation Staff of Advisers at the 7th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952; Member of the Interim Mixed Parole and Clemency Board at Bonn, October 19, 1953–October 27, 1954; thereafter Chairman of the Interim Mixed Parole and Clemency Board.
  • Popper, David H., Deputy Director, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State, until October 24, 1954; thereafter Director.
  • al-Qazzaz, Muhammed Said, Iraqi Minister of the Interior, September 17, 1953–June 15, 1954, and again from August 4, 1954.
  • Queuille, Pierre, of the French Embassy in Canada until April 1952; of the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, April 1952–December 2, 1954; thereafter Central Administration, Secretariat of Conferences.
  • Radford, Admiral Arthur W., USN, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet, and High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands until July 10, 1953; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from August 15, 1953.
  • Rafael, Gideon, Member of the Israeli Delegation to the 7th and 8th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1953; Rapporteur, United Nations Peace Observation Commission, 1953; Adviser, United Nations and Middle Eastern Affairs, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from 1953.
  • Rahim, Mohamed Kamil Abdul, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States until May 4, 1953.
  • Ramati, Shaul, Head of the Israeli Delegation to the Israel–Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Rathbone, Monroe J., Director, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.
  • Rawi, Abdul Jalil, Counselor of the Iraqi Embassy in the United States; Chargé d’Affaires, June 3–September 26, 1953.
  • al-Rawi, Najib, Iraqi Ambassador to Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
  • Ray, George W., General Counsel, Arabian–American Oil Company and the Trans Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Rhoades, Ralph O., Vice President, Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Riad, General Mahmoud (Colonel until 1954), Expert of the Egyptian Delegation to the United Nations, 1953; Director, Department of Arab Affairs, Egyptian Foreign Ministry, and Alternate Representative to the 9th Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1954.
  • Richards, James P., Democratic Representative from South Carolina; Delegate to the 8th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953.
  • Riches, Derek M., British Consul at Jidda until March 24, 1953, also Chargé d’Affaires, 1952; Trade Commissioner at Khartoum from March 24, 1953.
  • Ridder, Major General Bennett L. de, Belgian; Chairman of the Israel–Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Ridgway, General Matthew B., USA, Commander, United Nations Command in Korea, Commander in Chief, Far East, and Supreme Commander, Allied Powers, Japan until May 1952; Supreme Commander, Allied Forces, Europe at Paris, May 1952–August 15, 1953; thereafter Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Rifa’i, Abdul Monem, Jordanian Ambassador to the United States from December 14, 1953.
  • Rifai, Colonel–General Noureddine, Inspector General and Director of the Lebanese Internal Security Forces.
  • Rifai, Dr. Zafir, Syrian Foreign Minister, June 9, 1952–July 19, 1953.
  • Riley, Lieutenant General William E., USMC, Chief of Staff, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, until June 1953.
  • Robertson, General Sir Brian H., Commander in Chief, British Middle East Land Forces until retirement, November 1953; Chairman, British Transport Commission from 1953.
  • Robertson, David A., First Secretary of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa until February 1, 1953; Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from March 9, 1953.
  • Rogers, Major General Elmer J., Jr., USAF, Air Force Member of the Joint Strategic Survey Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor, Representative to the 7th Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952.
  • Ross, John C., Deputy Representative to the United Nations Security Council.
  • Rountree, William M., Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 2, 1952; Deputy Chief of Mission in Turkey, June 2, 1952–October 1, 1953; Counselor of the Embassy in Turkey, August 20, 1952–October 1, 1953; Counselor of the Embassy in Iran, October 1, 1953–September 25, 1954; thereafter Counselor with personal rank of Minister.
  • Ruffner, Major General Clark C., USA, Deputy Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1952; Military Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1953.
  • Russell, Francis H., Director, Office of Public Affairs, Department of State, until October 13, 1952; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Israel.
  • Saab, Hassan, Second Secretary of the Lebanese Embassy in the United States until September 1952; thereafter First Secretary.
  • Saad, Ahmad Zaki, Egyptian Executive Director on the Executive Board of the IMF to 1953 and member of the Board of Governors of the IBRD to 1952; Governor of the National Bank of Egypt, 1951–1952; Minister of Finance from September 1954.
  • al-Sabban, Muhammad Surur, Saudi Arabian Minister of State; Adviser to the King from October 1953; Minister of Finance and Economics from August 30, 1954.
  • Sabri, Ali, Egyptian Air Force Squadron Leader and member of the Revolutionary Command Council; Chief of Air Force Intelligence from July 1952.
  • Al-Said, Nuri, Iraqi Prime Minister until July 12, 1952; Minister of the Interior, 1952; Minister of Defense, January 29–September 17, 1953; Prime Minister and Minister of Defense from August 4, 1954.
  • Salaam, Saeb, Lebanese Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, and Minister of the Interior, May 1–August 13, 1953.
  • Salem, Wing Commander Gamaleddin Mustapha, Egyptian Minister of Communitions.
  • Salem, Major Salaheddin Mustapha, Egyptian Minister of National Guidance and Minister of State for Sudan Affairs from June 1953.
  • Salim. See  Salem.
  • Salisbury, Lord Robert A.J.G., British Lord President to the Privy Council from 1952; Leader of the House of Lords; Lord Privy Seal, 1952; Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, 1952; Acting Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, June–October 1953.
  • Saltzman, Charles E., Under Secretary of State for Administration, June 29–December 31, 1954.
  • Sasson, Eliahu, Minister of the Israeli Embassy in Turkey until 1953; Ambassador to Italy from 1953.
  • Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Feisal, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia until November 9, 1953; thereafter King.
  • Sawyer, Charles, Secretary of Commerce until January 20, 1953.
  • Schnee, Alexander, Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Greece until February 21, 1952; thereafter First Secretary and Consul.
  • Scott, Sir Robert H., British Assistant Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office, until July 15, 1953; thereafter Minister of the British Embassy in the United States; also Chargé d’Affaires, 1954.
  • Scott, Walter K., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Administration until March 22, 1954; thereafter Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State.
  • Seelye, Talcott W., Resident Officer at Frankfort-am-Main until August 5, 1952; thereafter Third Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in Jordan.
  • Selim, Dr. Muhammad, Secretary General of the Egyptian National Production Council.
  • Selo, Colonel Fawzi (subsequently Major General), Syrian Chief of State, Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense until July 10, 1953.
  • Seraq Ed–Din (Serageddin), Fuad, Minister of the Interior in the Nahas cabinet to January 1952; Secretary General of the Wafd Party to October 1952.
  • Shabandar, Dr. Moussa Al-, Iraqi Ambassador to the United States from September 26, 1953; Foreign Minister, March 8–April 29, 1954 and again from August 4, 1954.
  • Shalit, Meir, First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States until 1954.
  • Sharett, Moshe, Israeli Foreign Minister; Prime Minister from December 9, 1953.
  • Shepherd, General Lemuel C., Jr., USMC, Commandant of the United States Marine Corps.
  • Shihab. See  Chehab.
  • Shiloah, Reuven, Special Adviser to the Israeli Foreign Ministry and also Liaison Officer with the Ministry of Defense until 1953; Minister of the Israeli Embassy in the United States from 1953.
  • Al-Shishakli, General Adib, Syrian Chief of Staff and Deputy Prime Minister, 1952; Vice President, Minister of Defense, and Chief of State, 1953; President, July 10, 1953–March 1, 1954; also Prime Minister, July 19, 1953–March 1, 1954.
  • Short, Joseph, Secretary to the President until January 20, 1953.
  • Shuckburgh, Charles Arthur E., Private Secretary to the British Secretary of State until May 14, 1954; thereafter Assistant Under Secretary of State.
  • Shukairy, Ahmad, Assistant Secretary–General of the League of Arab States; Syrian Representative at the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1954; Chairman of the Syrian Delegation to the United Nations, 1954.
  • Sievers, Colonel Harry L., USA, Executive Officer, Office of Military Assistance, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Sirri, Husyan, Egyptian Prime Minister, July 2–22, 1952.
  • Slim, Field Marshal Sir William, Chief of the British Imperial Staff until 1952; Governor General of Australia from May 8, 1953.
  • Smith, Rear Admiral H.P., USN, Director, Office of Foreign Military Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense until November 1953; thereafter Commander, Amphibious Group 2, Transport Squadron 2.
  • Smith, General Walter Bedell, USA (ret.), Director of Central Intelligence until February 8, 1953; Under Secretary of State, February 9, 1953–October 1, 1954.
  • Snyder, John W., Secretary of the Treasury and Chairman of the National Advisory Council of International Financial and Monetary Problems until January 20, 1953.
  • Snyder, Lester M., Vice President of the Arabian–American Oil Company; Vice President and Director, Arabian–American Oil Company Realty Company; Director, Arabian–American Oil Company, Overseas Company from 1952.
  • Solh, Sami Bey, Prime Minister of Lebanon to September 9, 1952, and again from September 17, 1954.
  • Southwell, Charles A.P., Managing Director, Kuwait Oil Company, Limited.
  • Spiegel, Harold R., Assistant Treasurer for the Arabian–American Oil Company.
  • Staats, Elmer B., Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, until 1953; Executive Director, Operations Coordinating Board, from 1953.
  • Stabler, Wells, Officer in Charge of Egypt and Anglo–Egyptian Sudan Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until October 17, 1952; Acting Deputy Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, October 17, 1952–January 15, 1953; thereafter Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Italy.
  • Stassen, Harold E., Director of the Mutual Security Agency, January 20–August 1, 1953; thereafter Director of the Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Steelman, John R., Assistant to the President until January 20, 1953.
  • Stein, Eric, Pacific Settlement Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the Delegation to the 7th and 8th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1953.
  • Stelle, Charles C., Deputy Director, Office of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until February 17, 1952; thereafter Member of the Policy Planning Staff.
  • Stephens, Thomas E., Appointment Secretary to General Eisenhower until January 20, 1953; thereafter Secretary to the President.
  • Stewart, Major General George C., USA, Deputy for Foreign Military Aid to the Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics, Army Headquarters, until March 1, 1953; thereafter Director of the Office of Military Assistance, Department of Defense.
  • Strang, Sir William, Permanent Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office, until November 1953.
  • Strong, Robert C., Special Assistant to the Director, Office of Chinese Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until January 4, 1953; Member, Policy Planning Staff, January 4, 1953–August 2, 1954; First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Syria, August 2–3, 1954; thereafter Counselor.
  • Sturgill, Robert G., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Stutesman, John H., Jr., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Iran until March 25, 1952; thereafter Officer in Charge of Iranian Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Suleiman, Sheikh Abdullah Al-, Saudi Arabian Minister of Finance.
  • Al-Sulh, Samih, Lebanese Prime Minister, February 11–September 10, 1952, and again from September 17, 1954.
  • Sultan, Shaikh Shakhbut ibn, Shaikh of Abu Dhabi.
  • Sundt, Olaf F., Petroleum Attaché of the Embassy in France until May 5, 1954; thereafter Attaché of the Embassy in Brazil.
  • Suroor (Surur) Al Sabban, Muhammad. See  al-Sabban, Muhammad.
  • al-Suwaidi, Tawfiq, Iraqi Foreign Minister until July 12, 1952, and again January 29–September 29, 1953; Member of the Iraqi Senate.
  • Swensrud, Sidney A., President and Director of Gulf Oil Corporation; Chairman of the Board from 1953.
  • Swigart, Clyde A., President of the Trans Arabian Pipeline Company.
  • Swihart, James W., Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, March 30, 1952–October 5, 1954; thereafter Attache of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Tabet, Karim, member of the Husyan Sirri cabinet, July 1952.
  • Taimur, Sultan Said Bin, Sultan of Oman.
  • Takla, Philippe, Lebanese Foreign Minister, February 11–September 10, 1952.
  • Talal, Ibn Abdullah al-Hussein, King of Jordan until August 11, 1952.
  • Tannous, Dr. Izzat, Arab Representative of Palestinian Refugees at the United Nations, 1952; Secretary General of the Arab Palestine Office for Refugees at Beirut; Chairman of the Palestine Refugee Political Committee at Beirut.
  • Taxis, Colonel Samuel G., USMC, Chairman of the Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission until April 1953.
  • Taylor, Paul B., Officer in Charge of General Assembly Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the Delegation to the 7th and 8th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1953; also Principal Executive Officer, 1952–1953.
  • Tekoah, Joseph, Assistant Legal Adviser, Israeli Foreign Ministry.
  • Al-Thani, Saidh Ali Ibn Abdullah, Shaikh of Qatar.
  • Timmons, Benson E.L., Deputy Director of the United States Operations Mission in France until August 1, 1953; Deputy Director of the Foreign Operations Administration Mission in France, August 1, 1953–November 1, 1954; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France (detailed to the Foreign Operations Administration).
  • Tomlinson, Frank S., Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Touqan. See  Tuquan.
  • Tresize, Philip H., Chief, Division of Research for Near East and Africa, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until August 3, 1952; thereafter Deputy Director, Office of Intelligence Research.
  • Troxel, Oliver L., Jr., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Truman, Harry S., President of the United States until January 20, 1953.
  • Tsarapkin, Seme K., Soviet Deputy Permanent Representative at the United Nations until 1952 and again February 1953–September 1954; Representative on the Trusteeship Council, 1954.
  • Tuqan (Touqan), Ahmad Bey, Senior Jordanian Representative on the Jordan–Israel Mixed Armistice Commission, 1952; thereafter, Minister of Education.
  • Turaiqi, Abdullah Al-, Director of the Petroleum Supervisory Office, Saudi Arabian Ministry of Finance.
  • Twining, General Nathan F., USAF, Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force until June 30, 1953; thereafter Chief of Staff.
  • Tyler, S. Roger, Jr., Consul at Jerusalem until July 26, 1954.
  • Ulusan, Rear Admiral Aziz, Turkish Representative on the Military Committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
  • Umar, Ahmet, Counselor of the Turkish Embassy in Iraq, 1952–1953.
  • Unger, Leonard, Political Officer at Trieste until January 3, 1952; Political Officer of the Embassy in Italy, January 3–March 13, 1952; First Secretary and Consul, March 13, 1952–December 13, 1953; thereafter Officer in Charge of Political Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Vandenberg, General Hoyt S., USAF, Chief of Staff of the Air Force until June 29, 1953.
  • Van Fleet, General James A., USA, Commanding General, Eighth Army, Korea until February 11, 1953; retired from the Army, March 31, 1953.
  • Van Hollen, Christopher, Member of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State until December 9, 1954; thereafter Attaché of the Embassy in India.
  • Vigderman, Alfred C., Attorney-Adviser, Legal Office, Department of State, until May 1, 1952; Assistant Legal Adviser for Mutual Security Affairs, May 1–June 27, 1952; thereafter Attaché of the Embassy in France; also Legal Adviser to USRO at Paris from September 14, 1953.
  • Vigier, Henri, Political Adviser to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine, 1954.
  • Villard, Henry S., Minister to Libya, March 6, 1952–June 24, 1954; detailed to the United Nations General Assembly from September 26, 1954.
  • Vyshinsky, Andrei Y., Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs until March 1953; First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, March 1953–November 1954; Representative on the Security Council and Chairman of the Soviet Delegations to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the General Assembly until November 22, 1954.
  • Wadsworth, George, Ambassador to Turkey until January 2, 1952; Member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, April 19–October 8, 1952; Ambassador to Czechoslovakia, December 29, 1952–October 30, 1953; Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Yemen from January 9, 1954.
  • Wadsworth, James J., Deputy Representative to the United Nations and Deputy Representative on the Security Council from February 28, 1953.
  • Wahba, Hafiz, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • Waldo, John A., Jr., Attaché of the Embassy in Syria from February 25, 1952.
  • Walker, Malcolm T., First Secretary and Consul of the British Embassy in Jordan until October 19, 1953; also Chargé d’Affaires, 1952.
  • Waller, Fred E., Officer in Charge of Palestine-Israel-Jordan Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from March 14, 1952.
  • Ward, Angus, Consul General at Nairobi until June 20, 1952; Ambassador to Afghanistan from November 8, 1952.
  • Warren, Avra M., Ambassador to Pakistan until November 26, 1952; Ambassador to Turkey from September 17, 1953.
  • Waugh, Samuel C., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs from June 5, 1953.
  • Webb, James E., Under Secretary of State until February 29, 1952.
  • Weizmann, Chaim, President of Israel until December 8, 1952.
  • Welling, Tracy R., Director of the Foreign Operations Administration Mission in Jordan from April 2, 1952.
  • White, Ivan B., Counselor of the Embassy in Spain until September 17, 1953; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Israel.
  • Whitepord, William K., Executive Vice President and Director of Gulf Oil Corporation; Director of the British American Oil Company; President of the British American Oil Producing Company.
  • Whitman, Ann, Personal Secretary to the President from January 21, 1953.
  • Wilkins, Fraser, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in India until October 28, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy for Political Affairs, October 28, 1952–August 2, 1953; Member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, August 2, 1953–August 15, 1954; thereafter detailed to National War College.
  • Williams, Philip P., First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Costa Rica until October 26, 1953; thereafter First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Israel.
  • Willis, George H., Director, Office of International Finance, Department of the Treasury.
  • Wilson, Charles E., Secretary of Defense from January 28, 1953.
  • Wilson, Evan M., Consul General at Calcutta and Katmandu until September 14, 1953; thereafter First Secretary and Consul General of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Winters, Harvey J., Business Projects and Technology Staff, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, Department of State.
  • Wolf, Joseph J., Acting Officer in Charge of Political Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until July 20, 1952; Officer in Charge, July 20, 1952–July 1, 1954; detailed to National War College, 1953–1954; Special Adviser for NATO Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, from July 1, 1954.
  • Wolff, Stanley B., Office of Western European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until January 5, 1953; thereafter Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in Italy.
  • Wooldridge, Rear Admiral Edmund T., USN, Deputy Director for Political Military Affairs, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Representative of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Senior Staff of the National Security Council until January 1953; thereafter Commander of the Second Fleet and the NATO Striking Fleet.
  • Worcester, Douglas, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wright, Edwin M., Intelligence Adviser, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until May 28, 1952; thereafter Officer in Charge of Turkish Affairs.
  • Wright, Vice Admiral Jerauld (Admiral from April 1, 1954), USN, Deputy Representative to the NATO Standing Group until June 14, 1952; Commander of U.S. Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Deputy Commander in Chief of U.S. Forces in Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, June 14, 1952–April 12, 1954; thereafter Commander in Chief, Atlantic, and Commander in Chief of U.S. Atlantic Fleet and Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic.
  • Yadin, Major General Yigael, Israeli Military Officer; Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces until 1952.
  • Yafi, Abdullah Bey al-, Lebanese Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior until February 11, 1952; Minister of Defense, August 13, 1953–March 1, 1954; Prime Minister again, August 13, 1953–September 17, 1954.
  • Yassin, Yussef, Secretary to the King of Saudi Arabia, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of State; Deputy Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia.
  • Zabarah, Assayed Ahmad Ali, First Secretary of the Yemeni Embassy in the United States.
  • Zafrullah Khan, Sir Mohammed, Pakistani Foreign Minister and Minister of Commonwealth Relations; Chairman of the Delegations to the 7th, 8th, and 9th Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953–1954.
  • Zahedi, Ardeshir, Iranian Administrative Deputy in the United States Four Point Mission until 1952; Civil Adjutant to the Shah of Iran from August 1953.
  • Zakkaria, Dr. Yassin, Second Secretary of the Syrian Embassy in the United States from August 1953.
  • Zeineddine, Dr. Farid, Syrian Ambassador to the United States and Mexico from December 18, 1952; Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Zorlu, Fatin Rustu, Permanent Representative of Turkey on the North Atlantic Council; Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of State from May 1954.