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Official positions of principal persons mentioned in the correspondence

  • Abbas Hilmi Pasha Deposed Khedive of Egypt.
  • Addams, Jane Head resident, Social Settlement of Hull House, Chicago.
  • Ahmed Mirza Shah of Persia.
  • Albert, Heinrich Friedrich Purchasing agent in the United States of the German Food Administration.
  • Albert I King of the Belgians.
  • Anderson, Chandler P. Legal adviser to the Department of State and American Embassies in Europe.
  • Archibald, James F. J. American war correspondent.
  • Asquith, Herbert Henry Prime Minister of Great Britain.
  • Bakhméteff, George Russian Ambassador at Washington.
  • Barclay, Colville de R. Counselor of the British Embassy at Washington.
  • Bartholdt, Richard Member of the United States House of Representatives.
  • Barton, Rev. James L. Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and Chairman of the Board of Near East Relief.
  • Behncke, P., Admiral Acting chief of the German Admiralty Staff.
  • Bell, Edward Secretary of the American Embassy at London.
  • Bernstorff, Johann Heinrich A., Count von. German Ambassador at Washington.
  • Bethmann Hollweg, Theobald Theodore Friedrich Alfred von. German Imperial Chancellor and Prussian Minister President.
  • Birch, Thomas Howard United States Minister in Portugal.
  • Bissing, Moritz Ferdinand, Baron von. German Governor General in Belgium.
  • Boardman, Mabel Thorp Chairman of the National Relief Board of the American Red Cross and member of the War Relief Board.
  • Bray, John P. United States Consul General at Sydney, Australia.
  • Brun, Constantin Danish Minister at Washington.
  • Bryan, William Jennings Secretary of State of the United States until June 9, 1915.
  • Bülow, Bernhard Heinrich Karl Martin, Prince von. Former German Imperial Chancellor.
  • Burian von Rajecz, Stephan Baron. Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Burleson, Albert Sidney Postmaster General of the United States.
  • Caffery, Jefferson Secretary of the United States Legation at Stockholm.
  • Caillaux, Joseph Marie Auguste Former French President of the Council.
  • Caldwell, John Lawrence United States Minister in Persia.
  • Cecil, Edgar Algernon Robert, Viscount. British Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Constantine I King of Greece.
  • Crawford, Sir Richard F. Commercial Adviser of the British Embassy at Washington.
  • Crewe, Robert Offley Ashburton, Crewe-Milnes, Marquis of. British Lord Privy Seal and Secretary of State for India.
  • Crowe, Sir Eyre British Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Daniels, Josephus Secretary of the Navy of the United States.
  • Davis, Leslie A. United States Consul at Harput.
  • Decker, Benton C. Commander of the U. S. S. Tennessee.
  • Delbrück, Clemens German Secretary of State for the Interior.
  • Delcassé, Théophile French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Dennison, Edwin Haldeman United States Consul at Dundee.
  • Droppers, Garrett United States Minister in Greece.
  • Dumba, Constantin Theodor Austro-Hungarian Ambassador at Washington.
  • Edelman, Samuel United States Vice Consul at Aleppo.
  • Egan, Maurice Francis United States Minister in Denmark.
  • Einstein, Lewis United States Special Agent at Sofia with rank of Chargé d’Affaires.
  • Ekengren, W. A. F. Swedish Minister at Washington.
  • Enver Pasha Turkish Minister of War.
  • Estournelles de Constant, Paul Henri Benjamin d’. French Senator.
  • Falkenhayn, Erich G. A. S. von. German Minister of War and Chief of the General Staff.
  • Ferdinand King of Bulgaria.
  • Ferdinand I King of Roumania.
  • Fisher, A. A. Acting Second Assistant Postmaster General of the United States.
  • Fleming, William B. Foreign Trade Adviser of the Department of State of the United States.
  • Flournoy, Richard W., jr Chief of the Bureau of Citizenship, Department of State of the United States.
  • Ford, Henry American automobile manufacturer and leader of a peace party to Europe.
  • Franz Joseph I Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.
  • French, Sir John D. P. British Field Marshal and Commander in Chief of the Expeditionary Forces in France.
  • Frost, Wesley United States Consul at Cork.
  • George V King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, etc., Emperor of India.
  • Gerard, James Watson United States Ambassador in Germany.
  • Gherardi, Walter R. United States Naval Attaché at Berlin and The Hague.
  • Giers, Mikhail N. Russian Ambassador in Italy.
  • Giolitti, Giovanni Former Prime Minister of Italy.
  • Glazebrook, Otis A. United States Consul at Jerusalem.
  • Gregory, Thomas Watt Attorney General of the United States.
  • Grey, Sir Edward British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Gustaf V King of Sweden.
  • Haldane, Richard Burdon, Viscount. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain.
  • Hale, William Bayard American editor and newspaper correspondent.
  • Halim Pasha, Prince Said, Turkish Grand Vizier.
  • Haniel von Haimhausen, Edgar K. Counselor of the German Embassy at Washington.
  • Hardwick, Thomas W. United States Senator.
  • Harris, Ernest Lloyd United States Consul General at Stockholm.
  • Havenith, E. Belgian Minister at Washington.
  • Hoover, Herbert Clark Chairman of the Commission for Relief in Belgium.
  • Horton, George United States Consul General at Smyrna.
  • House, Edward Mandell Personal representative of President Wilson to the European Governments.
  • Jackson, Jesse B. United States Consul at Aleppo.
  • Jagow, Gottlieb E. G. von. German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Joffre, Joseph Jacques Césaire Commander in Chief of the French Armies.
  • Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine Jules. French Ambassador at Washington.
  • Karl Franz Joseph, Archduke Heir presumptive to the thrones of Austria and Hungary.
  • Kehl, John E. United States Consul at Saloniki.
  • Kent, William P. United States Consul at Leipzig.
  • Kitchener, Horatio Herbert, Earl. British Secretary of State for War.
  • Lansing, Robert Counselor for the Department of State, Mar. 27, 1914; Secretary of State ad interim, June 9-23, 1915; Secretary of State, June 24, 1915.
  • Laughlin, Irwin B. Secretary of the United States Embassy in Great Britain.
  • Lay, Julius G. United States Consul General at Berlin.
  • Leslie, Francis United States Consular Agent at Urfa.
  • Liebknecht, Karl Member of the German Reichstag.
  • Listoe, Soren United States Consul General at Rotterdam.
  • Loudon, Jonkheer J. Netherland Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Macchi di Cellere, Vincenzo, Count. Italian Ambassador at Washington.
  • Malburn, William P. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
  • Marye, George Thomas United States Ambassador in Russia.
  • Mason, Dean B. United States Consul at Algiers.
  • Matanovitch, J. Delegate of the Montenegrin Government on special mission in the United States.
  • Mather, Sir William Former Member of the British Parliament.
  • McAdoo, William G. secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
  • Mellor, Sir John Paget British Procurator General.
  • Meyer-Gerhard, Dr. Anton German Red Cross delegate to the United States.
  • Mohammed V Sultan of Turkey.
  • Morgan, Henry H. United States Consul General at Hamburg.
  • Morgenthau, Henry United States Ambassador in Turkey.
  • Morris, Ira Nelson United States Minister in Sweden.
  • Nicholas II Emperor of Russia.
  • Osborne, John E. Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Page, Thomas Nelson United States Ambassador in Italy.
  • Page, Walter Hines United States Ambassador in Great Britain.
  • Pashitch, Nikolas Servian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Penfield, Frederic Courtland United States Ambassador in Austria-Hungary.
  • Peter I King of Servia.
  • Peters, Andrew J. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
  • Philip, Hoffman United States Secretary of Embassy at Constantinople.
  • Phillips, William Third Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.
  • Poincaré, Raymond President of France.
  • Polk, Frank Lyon Counselor for the Department of State of the United States.
  • Praeger, Otto Second Assistant Postmaster General of the United States.
  • Radoslavoff, Dr. V. Bulgarian Prime Minister, Minister of the Interior, and Minister for Foreign Affairs ad interim.
  • Rappard, Chevalier W. L. F. C. van. Netherland Minister at Washington.
  • Redfield, William C. Secretary of Commerce of the United States.
  • Reinsch, Paul S. United States Minister in China.
  • Reventlow, Ernst, Count zu German writer.
  • Riaño y Gayangos, Don Juan Spanish Ambassador at Washington.
  • Ritter, Dr. Paul Swiss Minister at Washington.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. Assistant Secretary of the Navy of the United States.
  • Rose, Robert F. Foreign Trade Adviser of the Department of State of the United States.
  • Salandra, Antonio Prime Minister of Italy.
  • Sauer, Emil United States Consul at Göteborg.
  • Sazonov, Sergei D. Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Schmedeman, Albert G. United States Minister in Norway.
  • Schwab, Charles M. President of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
  • Schwimmer, Mme Rosika Hungarian journalist and lecturer.
  • Sharp, William Graves United States Ambassador in France.
  • Simmons, F. M. United States Senator.
  • Skinner, Robert P. United States Consul General at London.
  • Skouloudis, Stephanos Greek Prime Minister.
  • Smith, Hoke United States Senator.
  • Sonnino, Baron Sidney Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Spring Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur British Ambassador at Washington.
  • Stinnes, Hugo Industrial magnate of Germany.
  • Stone, Melville E. General Manager of the Associated Press, New York.
  • Stovall, Pleasant Alexander United States Minister in Switzerland.
  • Talaat Bey Turkish Minister of the Interior.
  • Thompson, Lewis C. United States Vice Consul at Cork.
  • Tirpitz, Alfred P. Friedrich von German Admiral and Secretary of State for the Navy.
  • Van Dyke, Henry United States Minister in the Netherlands.
  • Victor Emmanuel III King of Italy.
  • Viereck, George Sylvester Editor of the Fatherland.
  • Vopicka, Charles J. United States Minister in Roumania, Servia, and Bulgaria.
  • Warren, Charles Assistant Attorney General of the United States.
  • Westacott, Richard United States Vice Consul at London.
  • Whitlock, Brand United States Minister in Belgium.
  • Wilhelm II German Emperor, King of Prussia.
  • Wilhelmina Queen of the Netherlands.
  • Willard, Joseph E. United States Ambassador in Spain.
  • Wilson, Charles S. Secretary of the United States Embassy at Petrograd.
  • Wilson, Woodrow President of the United States.
  • Winslow, Edward D. United States Consul General at Copenhagen.
  • Zimmermann, Alfred F. M. German Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Zwiedinek, Baron Erich Counselor of the Austro-Hungarian Embassy at Washington.