Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United
States, 1918, Russia, Volume I
List of Principal Persons
Alexeev, Gen. M. V., from March to
June 1917 Commander in Chief of the Russian Army; in September 1917 Chief of
Armour, Norman, Second Secretary of the
Embassy in Russia.
Avksentiev, N. D., a leader of the
Socialist-Revolutionist Party and Minister of the Interior in the first
cabinet of Kerensky; Chairman of the
first All-Russian Congress of Peasants’ Deputies.
Bailey, James G., Secretary of the
Embassy in Russia.
Bakhmeteff, Boris A., head of the
Extraordinary Embassy from Russia to the United States; July 5, 1917,
Russian Ambassador at Washington.
Bakhméteff, George, from November 28,
1911, to April 20, 1917, Russian Ambassador at Washington.
Balfour, Arthur J., British Secretary
of State for Foreign Affairs.
Barclay, Colville A. de R., Counselor
of the British Embassy at Washington.
Brusilov, Gen. A. A., in 1916
Commander of the Russian offensive in Galicia; from June to July 1917
Commander in Chief of the Russian Army.
Buchanan, Sir George W., British
Ambassador at Petrograd.
Bullard, Arthur, Director of the Russian
Division, United States Committee on Public Information.
Caldwell, John K., Consul at
Cecil, Robert, Lord, British Minister
of Blockade and Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Cheidze, N. S., a leader of the Social
Democratic (Menshevik) Party; Chairman of the Petrograd Soviet of Workmen’s
and Soldiers’ Deputies; Chairman of the first All-Russian Congress of
Soviets of Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Deputies.
Chernov, V. M., a leader of the
Socialist-Revolutionist Party; from May to October 1917 Russian Minister of
Chicherin, George V., Acting Soviet
Commissar for Foreign Affairs, March 13, 1918; Commissar for Foreign
Affairs, May 30, 1918.
Clemenceau, Georges E. B., from
November 16, 1917, to January 20, 1920, French Premier and Minister for
Cole, Felix, Vice Consul (later Consul)
Creel, George, Chairman of the Committee
on Public Information.
Crosley, Capt. Walter S., Naval
Attaché in Russia.
Davison, Henry P., Chairman of the War
Council of the American Red Cross.
Denikin, Gen. A. I., from April to
June 1917 Chief of Staff of the Russian Army.
Diamandi, Constantine J., Count,
Rumanian Minister in Russia.
Dukhonin, Gen. N. N., from September
to December 1917 Chief of Staff of the Russian Army.
Egan, Maurice Francis, Minister in
Emerson, Col. George H., in charge of
the Russian Railway Service Corps.
Francis, David R., Ambassador in
Garrett, John W., Minister in the
Netherlands and Luxemburg.
Gompers, Samuel, President of the
American Federation of Labor.
Goto, Shimpei, Baron, from October 1916
to April 1918 Japanese Minister of the Interior; from April to September
1918 Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Grant-Smith, Ulysses, Chargé d’Affaires
Guchkov, Alexander I., from March to
May 1917 Russian Minister of War and Navy.
Harris, Ernest L., Consul General at
Haynes, Thornwell, Consul at
Henderson, Arthur, member of the British
War Cabinet and official of the Labour Party, sent by the British Government
on special mission to Russia.
Hertling, Georg, Count von, Chancellor
of the German Empire.
Hoffmann, Maj. Gen. Max, Chairman of
the German delegation at Brest Litovsk until the arrival of the Foreign
Horvat, Gen. Dmitri L., Russian
Governor and General Manager of the Chinese Eastern Railway.
House, Edward Mandell, Special
Representative of the United States Government.
Huntington, William C., Commercial
Attaché in Russia.
Jenkins, Douglas, Consul at Riga; on
special detail at Kiev; at Chita; later detailed to Harbin.
Jenkins, William L., Consul at
Trebizond; at Tiflis; at Moscow; at Petrograd.
Judson, Brig. Gen. William V.,
Military Attaché and chief of the American Military Mission to Russia, July
Kaledin, Gen. Alexis M., Ataman of the
Kerensky, Alexander F., from March to
May 1917 Russian Minister of Justice; from May to September Minister of War
and Navy; from July to November Prime Minister.
Kerth, Lieut. Col. Monroe C.,
Assistant Military Attaché in Russia, July 23, 1917.
Kolchak, Admiral Alexander V., leader
of anti-Soviet Russian forces in Siberia.
Kornilov, Gen. L. G., Commander of the
Russian southwestern front after July 19, 1917; from July 31 to September
11, 1917, Commander in Chief of the Russian Army.
Krylenko, N. V., member of the Soviet
committee of three placed in charge of Military and Naval Affairs November
8, 1917; Commander in Chief of the Russian Army.
Kühlmann, Richard von, German Secretary
of State for Foreign Affairs.
Lansing, Robert, Secretary of
Lenin, N. (Vladimir Ulyanov),
President of the Soviet of People’s Commissars, November 8, 1917.
Lindley, Francis O., British
Commissioner in Russia.
Lloyd George, David, British Prime
Lockhart, Robert H. B., British
Special Representative in Russia.
Lvov, George E., Prince, from March to
July 1917 Russian Prime Minister (President of the Council of
Lvov, N. V., from March to August 1917
Russian Procurator of the Holy Synod.
Macgowan, David B., Consul at Moscow,
on special detail to investigate the arming of war prisoners in Siberia;
later detailed to Vladivostok.
Maklakov, V. A., appointed by the
Provisional Government Russian Ambassador in France.
Martin, Lieut, (later Capt.) Hugh S.,
Assistant Military Attaché in Russia.
Masaryk, Thomas G., President of the
Czecho-Slovak National Council.
Michael Alexandrovich, Grand Duke,
younger brother of Nicholas
Milner, Alfred, Viscount, 1916–1918,
member of the British War Cabinet without portfolio; 1918, Secretary of
State for War.
Milyukov, Paul N., from March to May
1917 Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mirbach, Wilhelm, Count von, German
Commissioner in Russia; April 26, 1918, German Ambassador to the Russian
Socialist Federated Soviet Republic.
Morris, Ira Nelson, Minister in
Morris, Roland S., Ambassador in
Moser, Charles K., Consul at
Motono, Ichiro, Viscount, from November
1916 to April 1918 Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mott, John R., General Secretary of the
International Committee of Young Men’s Christian Associations.
Nekrasov, N. V., Minister of Ways of
Communication in the cabinets of Prince Lvov; Assistant Prime Minister and Minister of Finance in
the first cabinet of Kerensky.
Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia.
Noulens, T., French Ambassador in
Onou, C., Counselor of the Russian
Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
Otani, Gen. Kikuzo, of the Japanese
Army, senior officer of the Allied forces in Siberia.
Page, Walter Hines, Ambassador in Great
Parker, Maj. Francis Le J., Military
Attaché in Russia, May 16, 1917; Assistant Military Attaché, July 23,
Phelps, Livingston, Second Secretary of
the Embassy in Russia.
Pichon, Stephen, from November 16, 1917,
to January 20, 1920, French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Polk, Frank Lyon, Counselor for the
Department of State.
Poole, DeWitt C., Consul at Moscow; in
charge of the Consulate General at Moscow; later detailed to Archangel as
Special Assistant to the Ambassador with the diplomatic rank of Counselor of
Poole, Maj. Gen. Frederick C.,
commanding the British forces in north Russia.
Ray, John A., Consul at Odessa.
Reading, Earl of (Rufus Daniel
Isaacs), British High Commissioner and Ambassador on Special
Mission to the United States.
Ribot, Alexandre F., from March 20 to
October 23, 1917, French Premier.
Riggs, Capt. E. Francis, Military
Attaché in Russia, December 31, 1915; Assistant Military Attaché, July 17,
Robins, Lieut. Col. Raymond, from
December 1917 to May 1918 in charge of the American Red Cross Commission to
Rodichev, F. I., Constitutional
Democrat, member of the First Duma; Russian Minister for Finnish Affairs
under the Provisional Government.
Rudzyanko, M. V., President of the
Fourth Duma and chairman of the Executive Committee of the Duma which
appointed the Council of Ministers (Provisional Government).
Root, Elihu, Ambassador on Special
Mission to Russia.
Ruggles, Lieut. Col. James A.,
Assistant Military Attaché in Russia, October 25. 1917; Military Attaché,
February 8, 1918.
Scavenius, Erik, Danish Minister of
Scavenius, Harald, Danish Minister in
Semenov, Gen. Gregory, Ataman of the
Sharp, William G., Ambassador in
Shingarev, A. I., Constitutional
Democrat, from March to May 1917 Russian Minister of Agriculture and in the
following cabinet Minister of Finance.
Sisson, Edgar G., special
representative in Russia of the Committee on Public Information.
Sonnino, Sydney, Baron, Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Sookine, John, Secretary attached to the
Russian Embassy at Washington.
Spencer, Willing, Secretary of Legation
in China; later Secretary of Embassy and Chargé d’Affaires in Japan.
Spring Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur, from
April 1913 to February 1918 British Ambassador at Washington.
Stevens, John F., Chairman of the
Advisory Commission of Railway Experts to Russia.
Stovall, Pleasant A., Minister in
Summers, Maddin, Consul General at
Tereshchenko, Michael I., from March to
May 1917 Russian Minister of Finance; from May to November Minister of
Thomas, Albert, French Socialist and
Minister of Munitions, sent by the French Government on special mission to
Thompson, Lieut. Col. William B., in
1917 in charge of the American Red Cross Commission to Russia.
Thomson, Alfred R., Consul at Moscow;
later detailed to Irkutsk; to Omsk.
Tredwell, Roger C, Consul at Petrograd;
later detailed to Vologda; to Moscow; to Tashkent.
Trotsky, L. D. (Bronstein), Chairman
of the Petrograd Soviet of Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Deputies, October 8,
1917; Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, November 8, 1917, to March 13,
1918; Commissar for War and Navy, March 13, 1918.
Tseretelli, I. G., a leader of the
Social Democratic (Menshevik) Party; from May to August 1917 Russian
Minister of Post and Telegraph; from July to August Minister of the
Vinaver, M. M., Constitutional
Democrat, member of the First Duma.
Vopicka, Charles J., Minister to
Rumania, Serbia, and Bulgaria.
Wardwell, Maj. Allen, from May to
October 1918 in charge of the American Red Cross Commission to
Webster, Capt. William B., of the
American Red Cross Commission to Russia.
Wheeler, Post, Counselor of Embassy and
Chargé d’Affaires in Japan.
Whitehouse, Sheldon, Secretary of
Embassy in Russia; assigned to Stockholm January 8, 1918; later Chargé
d’Affaires in Sweden.
Wilson, Woodrow, President of the United
Winship, North, Consul at
Wright, J. Butler, Counselor of the
Embassy in Russia.
Zinoviev, Gregory E., Chairman of the
Petrograd Soviet of Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Deputies, December 13,