Alexeev, Gen. M. V., from March to
June 1917 Commander in Chief of the Russian Army; in September 1917 Chief of
Staff; after the November revolution took part in the Don in the formation
of the Volunteer Army; in August 1918 Chief Director of that army.
Avksentiev, N. D., a leader of the
Socialist-Revolutionist Party and Minister of the Interior in the first
cabinet of Kerensky; leading member
of the Ufa Directory (later the Directory of the all-Russian government,
Baker, Newton D., Secretary of
Bakhmeteff, Boris A., head of the
Extraordinary Embassy from Russia to the United States; July 5, 1917,
Russian Ambassador at Washington.
Baldwin, Capt. (later Maj.) Karl,
Military Attaché at Tokyo.
Balfour, Arthur J., British Secretary
of State for Foreign Affairs.
Barclay, Colville A. de R.,
Counselor of the British Embassy at Washington.
Bliss, Gen. Tasker H., Chief of
Staff, U.S.A., September 22 to December 31, 1917; member of the Allied
Conference, 1917; member of the Supreme War Council in France.
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.
Caldwell, John K., Consul at
Cecil, Robert, Lord, British Minister
of Blockade and Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Chaikovski, N. V., President of the
Supreme government of the northern region; member of the Ufa Directory
(later the Directory of the all-Russian government, Omsk).
Chenkelli, A. I., member of the
Fourth Russian Duma; Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
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) at Archangel.
Crosby, Oscar T., delegate of the
Treasury to the Inter-Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance.
Crosley, Capt. Walter S., Naval
Attaché in Russia.
Czernin, Ottokar, Graf von und zu
Chudenitz, Austro-Hungarian Minister for Foreign
Daniels, Josephus, Secretary of the
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; from June to September 1917
successively commander of the western and southwestern fronts; after the
November revolution took part in the Don in the formation of the Volunteer
Army; succeeded Kornilov in April
1918 as commander of that army.
Derber, P., succeeded Potanin in authority at Tomsk; February 9,
1918, Prime Minister of the provisional government of autonomous
Diamandi, Constantine J., Count,
Rumanian Minister in Russia.
Drysdale, Lieut. Col. Walter S.,
Military Attaché at Peking, on special mission in Siberia.
Dutov, A. I., Ataman of the Orenburg
Eliot, Sir Charles, British High
Commissioner in Siberia.
Emerson, Col. George H., in charge
of the Russian Railway Service Corps.
Ferdinand I, King of Rumania.
Foch, Ferdinand, Marshal of France and
Generalissimo of the Allied forces.
Francis, David R., Ambassador in
Frazier, Arthur Hugh, Counselor of
Embassy at Paris; Diplomatic Liaison Officer, Supreme War Council.
Frederick Carl, son of
Alexander Frederick, Landgrave of Hesse.
Gaida, Col. (later Gen.) G. R., of
the Czecho-Slovak forces, elected by them to lead the Siberian movement;
later general in command of the eastern division of the Czecho-Slovaks in
Gegechkori, Eugene, Prime Minister of
Girsa, Václav, a member of the
Czecho-Slovak National Council and political representative of the
Czecho-Slovak Army in Siberia.
Goto, Shimpei, Baron, from October
1916 to April 1918 Japanese Minister of the Interior; from April to
September 1918 Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Graves, Maj. Gen. William S.,
commanding the American forces in Siberia.
Hara, Takashi, Japanese Prime
Minister, September 30, 1918.
Harris, Ernest L., Consul General at
Haynes, Thornwell, Consul at
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.
Ignatius, Kaarlo B., empowered by the
Finnish Senate as representative of Finland in the United States.
Ironside, Lieut. Col. William
Edmund, in October 1918 succeeded Major General Poole in command of the
British forces in north Russia.
Ishii, Kikujiro, Viscount, Japanese
Ambassador at Washington.
Janin, Gen. Maurice, in 1916 chief of
the French Military Mission to Russia; in the summer of 1918 supreme
commander of the Czecho-Slovak Army.
Jenkins, Douglas, Consul at Riga; on
special detail at Kiev; at Chita; later detailed to Harbin.
Joffe, A. A., chairman of the
delegation of Soviet Russia at the first peace negotiations at Brest
Litovsk, December 1918; first Soviet Ambassador to Germany, March
Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine
Jules, French Ambassador at Washington.
Kaledin, Gen. Alexis M., Ataman of
the Don Cossacks until his death, February 11, 1918.
Kato, Takaaki, Viscount, former
Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs; leader of the Kenseikai Party.
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.
Kharlamov, Vasili, President of the
Knight, Admiral Austin M., Commander
in Chief of the Asiatic Fleet.
Knox, Brig. Gen. Alfred W. F., in
command of the British forces in Siberia.
Kolchak, Admiral Alexander V.,
Commander of the Black Sea Fleet; after the November revolution a leader of
anti-Soviet forces in Siberia; Minister of War and Navy of the All-Russian
Directory; on November 18, 1918, at Omsk, proclaimed Supreme Governor of
Koo, Vi Kyuin Wellington, Chinese
Minister at Washington.
Kornilov, 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; after the November
revolution took part in the Don in the formation of the Volunteer Army and
commanded it until his death April 13, 1918.
Krasnov, P. N., commanded the Cossack
troops which defended Petrograd at the time of the November revolution;
succeeded Kaledin as Ataman of the
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
McAdoo, William Gibbs, Secretary of
Macchi di Cellere, Vincenzo, Count,
Italian Ambassador at Washington.
Macgowan, David B., Consul at Moscow;
on special detail in Siberia; at Vladivostok.
MacMurray, John Van A., Chargé
d’Affaires in China, June 30 to October 11, 1918.
Mannerheim, Gen. Carl Gustaf Emil,
a general in the Russian Imperial Army; in 1918 leader of the Finnish White
Guards; in December 1918 Regent of the Finnish republic.
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
Miller, Gen. Eugene K., in 1917
chief of the Russian military mission to Italy; in January 1919 Governor
General of the northern region and Commander in Chief of the army.
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.
Nicholas II, Emperor of
Noulens, Joseph, French Ambassador in
Nuorteva, Santeri, representative of
the provisional revolutionary government of the people’s republic of
Orlando, Vittorio Emanuele, Prime
Minister of Italy.
Otani, Gen. Kikuzo, of the Japanese
Army, senior officer of the Allied forces in Siberia.
Page, Thomas Nelson, Ambassador in
Page, Walter Hines, Ambassador in
Pavlu, Bohdan (Pavlov, Bogdan),
President of the Czecho-Slovak National Council in Siberia.
Petlyura, Simon, leader of the
nationalists in the Ukraine.
Pichon, Stephen, from November 16,
1917, to January 20, 1920, French Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Piip, Antoine, Esthonian
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.
Potanin, G. N., President of the
provisional Siberian government council, Tomsk, August 1917.
Radoslavoff, Vassil, Prime Minister of
Ramishvilli, I. I., member of the
first Russian Duma; Prime Minister of Georgia.
Ray, John A., Consul at Odessa;
detailed to Tomsk.
Reading, Earl of (Rufus Daniel
Isaacs), British High Commissioner and Ambassador on Special
Mission to the United States.
Redfield, William C, Secretary of
Regnault, Eugene Louis Georges,
French Ambassador in Japan; August 22, 1918, appointed French representative
at Vladivostok with the inter-Allied mission; High Commissioner in
Reinsch, Paul S., Minister in
Reuter, Julio N., empowered by the
Finnish Senate as representative of Finland in 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
Ruggles, Lieut. Col. James A.,
Assistant Military Attaché in Russia, October 25, 1917; Military Attaché,
February 8, 1918.
Sazonov, Sergei D., Russian Imperial
Minister of Foreign Affairs, 1910 to 1916.
Semenov, Gen. Gregory, Ataman of the
Far Eastern Cossacks.
Sharp, William G., Ambassador in
Shcherbachev, Gen. D. G., Commander
of the Russian Army on the Rumanian front.
Sims, Admiral William S., in command
of American naval operations in European waters.
Skoropadski, Pavlo, Hetman of the
Slaughter, Maj. Homer H., Assistant
Smith, F. Willoughby, Consul at
Sonnino, Sydney, Baron, Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Sookine, John, Secretary attached to
the Russian Embassy at Washington; later Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs
in the Kolchak government,
Spencer, Willing, Secretary of Embassy
in Japan; Secretary of Legation and Chargé d’Affaires in China.
Spring Rice, Sir Cecil Arthur, from
April 1913 to February 1918 British Ambassador at Washington.
Štefanik, Gen. Milan Ratislav,
Czecho-Slovak Minister of War.
Stevens, John F., chairman of the
Advisory Commission of Railway Experts to Russia.
Stewart, Col. George E., commanding
the American forces in north Russia.
Stovall, Pleasant A., Minister in
Summers, Maddin, Consul General at
Svinhufvud, Pehr E., President of the
Finnish Senate; Regent of the Finnish republic April 1918 to December
Syrovy, Gen. Jan, Commander in Chief
of the Czecho-Slovak forces, August 28, 1918.
Talaat Pasha, Turkish Grand
Terauchi, Masakata, Count, Field
Marshal, Japanese Prime Minister October 9, 1916, to September 29,
Tereshchenko, Michael I., from March
to May 1917 Russian Minister of Finance; from May to November Minister of
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.
Torretta, Tomasi della, Italian
Ambassador in Russia.
Trepov, Alexander F., Russian
Imperial Minister of Ways of Communication 1915 to 1917; Prime Minister
November 1916 to January 1917.
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.
Ustrugov, L. A., Assistant Minister
of Ways of Communication under Kerensky; Minister of Ways of Communication, February 1918,
in the provisional Siberian government (Derber, Prime Minister), later holding the same post in the
all-Russian government, Omsk, and in the Kolchak government.
Vasilenko, N. P., Ukrainian Minister
of Foreign Affairs and Education.
Vologodski, Peter V., Minister of
Foreign Affairs in the provisional Siberian government (Derber, Prime Minister) February 1918; Prime
Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs June 1918; member of the Ufa
Directory (later the Directory of the all-Russian government, Omsk); and of
the Kolchak government.
Vopicka, Charles J., Minister in
Rumania, Serbia, and Bulgaria; after the German occupation of Bucharest,
joined the Rumanian Government officials and the Allied representatives at
Wardwell, Maj. Allen, from May to
October 1918 in charge of the American Red Cross Commission to
Wheeler, Post, Counselor of Embassy in
Whitehouse, Sheldon, Secretary of
Embassy in Russia; assigned to Stockholm, January 8, 1918; later Chargé
d’Affaires in Sweden.
Wilson, Woodrow, President of the
Wright, J. Butler, Counselor of
Embassy in Russia.
Yudenich, Gen. Nicholas N., from
November 1914 to September 1915, and again from March to July 1917,
commander of the Russian Army in the Caucasus; in 1919 leader of
anti-Bolshevik forces in a movement against Petrograd.
Reference has been
made to Khronika Grazhdanskoi Voiny v Sibiri (V.
Maksakov and A. Turunov, compilers, Moscow, 1926) for data concerning