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List of Principal Persons

  • Ali Gholi Khan, Ansari, Persian Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Ali-Kuli Khan, Mirza, Persian Counselor of Legation at Washington; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Auchincloss, Gordon, Assistant to the Counselor for the Department of State and aide to Colonel House
  • Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War
  • Baker, Ray Stannard, Director of the Press Bureau of the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Bakhmeteff, Boris A., Russian Ambassador at Washington
  • Balfour, Arthur James, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Barclay, Colville A. de R., Counselor of the British Embassy at Washington; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Baruch, Bernard M., Chairman of the War Industries Board; economic adviser to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Beer, G. L., specialist on Africa, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Beneš, Eduard, Czechoslovak Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Benson, Admiral William S., Chief of Operations, United States Navy; technical adviser to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Bissolati, Leonida, Italian Minister of War Relief
  • Bliss, Robert Woods, Counselor of the Embassy in France; Chargé d’Affaires in the Netherlands, September 21 to November 22, 1918; Chargé d’Affaires in France from December 23,1918
  • Bliss, General Tasker H., United States Military Representative on the Supreme War Council; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Bowman, Isaiah, Chief Territorial Specialist and Executive Officer, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Bratiano, J. J. C, Roumanian President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Brockdorff-Rantzau, Count von, German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from December 20, 1918
  • Brun, Constantin, Danish Minister at Washington
  • Bullard, Admiral William H. G., Commander of United States Naval Forces in the Eastern Mediterranean; representative on the Inter-Allied Naval Commission of Inquiry into Adriatic Affairs
  • Bullitt, William C., Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State; attached to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Bundy, Richard C., Second Secretary of Legation in Liberia; Chargé d’Affaires
  • Caffery, Jefferson, Secretary of Embassy in France
  • Caldwell, John L., Minister to Persia
  • Chotch, Dr. P., Montenegrin Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Churchill, General Marlborough, Director of Military Intelligence; general military liaison and coordinating officer, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Clemenceau, Georges E. B., French President of the Council and Minister of War; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference and president of the Conference
  • Clémentel, Etienne, French Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Posts and Telegraphs; member of the Allied Maritime Transport Council; French representative on the Inter-Allied Relief Commission
  • Cobb, Frank I., editor of the New York World, special representative of the Department of State in Europe
  • Coolidge, Professor Archibald Cary, Director of the Special Commission of Study in Austria, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Cosio, Pedro, Uruguayan Minister at Washington
  • Cravath, Paul D., Advisory Counsel of the Mission to the Inter-Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance
  • Creel, George, Chairman of the Committee on Public Information
  • Crespi, Silvio, Italian Minister of Provisions
  • Crosby, Oscar T., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; President of the Inter-Allied Council on War Purchases and Finance
  • Da Gama, Domicio, Brazilian Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Davis, John W., Solicitor General; appointed Ambassador to Great Britain, November 21, 1918
  • Davis, Norman H., Treasury representative at London and Paris; financial adviser to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Day, Clive, specialist on the Balkans, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • De Cartier de Marchienne, E., Belgian Minister at Washington
  • De Chambrun, Charles, French Counselor of Embassy at Washington and Chargé d’Affaires, December 1918 to June 1919
  • De Ipanema Moreira, Alberto, Brazilian Counselor of Embassy at Washington, Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Derby, Earl of (Edward George V. Stanley), British Ambassador at Paris
  • Di Valentino, Baron Pietro Arone, Italian Secretary of Embassy at Washington; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Dixon, Dr. R. B., specialist on Inner Asia, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Dmowski, Roman, President of the Polish National Committee
  • Dodge, H. Percival, Special Agent to Serbia (at Corfu) of the Department of State; Chargé d’Affaires in Serbia
  • Dresel, Ellis Loring, Director of the Special Commission of Study in Germany, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Droppers, Garrett, Minister to Greece
  • Dulles, Allen W., Second Secretary of Legation in Switzerland; attached to Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Dulles, John Foster, Counsel to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Ebert, Friedrich, Chancellor of the German Provisional Government from November 9, 1918
  • Eisner, Kurt, Bavarian Socialist leader; Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Bavarian Republic from November 9, 1918
  • Ekengren, W. A. F., Swedish Minister at Washington
  • Erzberger, Matthias, German Secretary of State without portfolio; President of the German Armistice Commission
  • Foch, Ferdinand, Marshal of France and Generalissimo of the Allied forces
  • Franchet d’espérey, General A. L., Commander in Chief of the Allied Armies in the East
  • Garrett, John W., Minister to the Netherlands; accredited also to Luxemburg
  • Gary, Hampson, Diplomatic Agent and Consul General at Cairo
  • Gay, Edwin F., representative of the Shipping Board on the War Trade Board
  • Gibson, Hugh S., Secretary of Embassy in France; assigned to assist Chairman of Inter-Allied Food Council, Herbert Hoover; member of Inter-Allied Mission to countries of former Austro-Hungarian Empire
  • Glass, Carter, Secretary of the Treasury from December 16, 1918
  • Gompers, Samuel, President of the American Federation of Labor
  • Grant-Smith, Ulysses, Counselor of Legation in Denmark; Chargé d’Affaires
  • Grew, Joseph C., Secretary General of the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Gvosdenovitch, General Antoine, Montenegrin Minister at Washington
  • Hack, Louis, Commissioner at Constantinople
  • Harrison, Leland, Diplomatic Secretary of the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Harts, General William W., Commander of American forces in the District of Paris; military aide to President Wilson while in Europe, December 1918–June 1919
  • Haskins, Dr. C. H., specialist on Western Europe, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Hoover, Herbert C., United States Food Administrator; Chairman of the American Relief Administration; Chairman of the Inter-Allied Food Council
  • Hornbeck, Stanley K., specialist on the Far East and Pacific, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Horton, George, Consul General at Saloniki
  • House, Colonel Edward M., the special representative of the United States in Europe from October 16, 1918; American plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Howard, Daniel, President of the Republic of Liberia
  • Hurley, Edward N., Chairman of the United States Shipping Board; President of the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation
  • Hymans, Paul, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Jay, Peter Augustus, Counselor of Embassy in Italy
  • Jefferson, Mark, specialist on Geography and Cartography, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Jeffery, Robert E., Minister to Uruguay
  • Jusserand, Jules J., French Ambassador at Washington
  • Karnebeek, Dr. H. A. van, Netherlands Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Kernan, Major General Francis J., technical military adviser to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Keynes, John Maynard, attached to the British Treasury, 1915–1919; official Treasury representative at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Klutchnikoff, Yuri Veniaminovich, Acting Foreign Minister of the Kolchak government at Omsk
  • Lahovary, N. H., Roumanian Secretary of Legation at Washington and Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Lansing, Robert, Secretary of State; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Laughlin, Irwin B., Counselor of Embassy in Great Britain; Chargé d’Affaires, October 3 to December 17, 1918
  • Law, Andrew Bonar, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, December 1916 to January 1919
  • Leffingwell, Russell C., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
  • Lippmann, Walter, Secretary of the American Commission of Inquiry for the Peace Conference; attached to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Lloyd George, David, British Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Logan, T. F., United States special shipping commissioner at Paris
  • Long, Breckinridge, Third Assistant Secretary of State
  • Lord, Dr. R. H., specialist on Russia and Poland, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Lunt, Dr. W. E., specialist on Italy, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • McAdoo, William Gibbs, Secretary of the Treasury to December 16, 1918
  • McCormick, Vance C., Chairman of the War Trade Board
  • McFadden, George, War Trade Board representative at Paris
  • McKinstry, General C. H., head of the War Damages Board
  • McMillin, Benton, Minister to Peru
  • Macchi di Cellere, Count Vincenzo, Italian Ambassador at Washington
  • Mezes, Dr. S. E., Director of the Division of Territorial Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Miller, David Hunter, technical adviser on international law to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Miniscalchi-Erizzo, Count Bonifacio, Italian Counselor of Embassy at Washington; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Morgan, Edwin V., Ambassador to Brazil
  • Morris, Ira Nelson, Minister to Sweden
  • Morris, Roland S., Ambassador to Japan
  • Morrow, Dwight W., adviser to the Allied Maritime Transport Council
  • Murphy, Dominic I., Consul General at Sofia
  • Nicholas I, King of Montenegro, December 19, 1900–November 26, 1918
  • Orlando, Vittorio E., President of the Italian Council of Ministers; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Osborne, Lithgow, Second Secretary of Legation in Denmark; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Paderewski, Ignace Jan, Prime Minister and Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Provisional Polish Government
  • Page, Thomas Nelson, Ambassador to Italy
  • Pashitch, Nikola P., Serbian President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Patchin, Philip H., Executive Secretary of the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Pershing, General John J., Commander in Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe
  • Phillips, William, Assistant Secretary of State
  • Pichon, Stephen, French Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Pilsudski, Joseph, Chief of the Polish State
  • Poincaré, Raymond, President of the Republic of France
  • Polk, Frank Lyon, Counselor for the Department of State
  • Poole, Dewitt C., Chargé d’Affaires in Russia (Archangel)
  • Popovitch, Eugene, Montenegrin Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Price, William J., Minister to Panama
  • Rathbone, Arthur, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
  • Reading, Earl of (Rufus Daniel Isaacs), British High Commissioner and Ambassador on Special Mission at Washington; British representative on the Inter-Allied Relief Commission
  • Reinsch, Paul S., Minister to China
  • Rickard, Edgar, Acting United States Food Administrator from November 1918
  • Roussos, Georges, Greek Minister at Washington
  • Rublee, George, United States Shipping Board representative at London; member of the Allied Maritime Transport Council
  • Scavenius, Erik, Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Scheidemann, Philipp, German Minister of Finance from November 9, 1918
  • Schmedeman, Albert G., Minister to Norway
  • Scott, James Brown, technical adviser on international law to the Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Seymour, Dr. Charles, specialist on Austria-Hungary, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Sharp, William G., Ambassador to France
  • Sheldon, L. P., War Trade Board and Food Administration representative at London
  • Shotwell, J. T., Chief of the History Division and Librarian, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Simitch, Y., Serbian Secretary of Legation at Washington
  • Skinner, Robert P., Consul General at London
  • Solf, Wilhelm, German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, October 3, 1918–December 17, 1918
  • Sonnino, Baron Sidney, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Stevens, Raymond B., Vice Chairman of the Shipping Board; member of the Allied Maritime Transport Council
  • Stewart, W. A. W., War Trade Board representative at Rome
  • Stovall, Pleasant A., Minister to Switzerland
  • Sulzer, Hans, Swiss Minister at Washington
  • Summers, Leland L., Chairman of the United States War Industries Board Mission in Europe; member of the Inter-Allied Munitions Council
  • Tardieu, André P. G. A., French High Commissioner to the United States; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Taylor, Alonzo E., representative of the Secretary of Agriculture on the War Trade Board
  • Theodoroff, T., Bulgarian President of the Council and Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Tudela, Dr. Don Francisco, Peruvian Minister at Washington
  • Uchida, Viscount, Yasuya, Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Venizelos, Eleutherios K., Greek Premier and Minister of War
  • Victor Emanuel III, King of Italy
  • Vopicka, Charles J., Minister to Roumania
  • Wemyss, Admiral Sir Rosslyn, British First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff
  • Westermann, Dr. W. L., specialist on Western Asia, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • White, Beaver, representative of the Food Administrator on the War Trade Board
  • White, Francis, Second Secretary of Legation in Switzerland
  • White, Henry, American plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • White, John Campbell, Chargé d’Affaires in Siam
  • Whitehouse, Sheldon, Counselor of Legation in Sweden
  • Whitlock, Brand, Minister to Belgium
  • Williams, Edward T., specialist on the Far East and Pacific, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace
  • Wilson, Charles Stetson, Chargé d’Affaires in Bulgaria
  • Wilson, Hugh R., Secretary of Legation in Switzerland; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim
  • Wilson, Woodrow, President of the United States; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference
  • Wiseman, Sir William, Chief of the British intelligence service in Washington; liaison officer between Colonel House and the British during the World War; chief adviser on American affairs to British Delegation, Paris Peace Conference
  • Woolley, Clarence M., representative of the Shipping Board on the War Trade Board
  • Woolsey, Lester H., Solicitor for the Department of State
  • Young, Dr. Allyn A., specialist on Economics and Statistics, Division of Territorial, Economic and Political Intelligence, Commission to Negotiate Peace