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List of Principal Persons

  • Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War.
  • Bakhmeteff, Boris A., Russian Ambassador to the United States, July 5, 1917.
  • Balfour, Arthur J., 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.
  • Beneš, Eduard, Czechoslovak Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Bliss, Gen. Tasker H., U.S.A., plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Bogayevsky, Gen. A. P., ataman of the Don Cossacks, succeeding Krasnov.
  • Bristol, Admiral Mark L., commanding United States forces in Turkey; High Commissioner to Turkey, August 12, 1919.
  • Bullitt, William C., attached to the American Commission to Negotiate Peace; on special mission to Russia.
  • Caldwell, John K., Consul at Vladivostok.
  • Cecil, Lord Robert, British Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; member of the British delegation at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Chaikovski, N. V., President of the Russian Government of the Northern Region (Archangel).
  • Chicherin, George V., Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs.
  • Chinda, Sutemi, Viscount, Japanese Ambassador to Great Britain; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Churchill, Winston, British Secretary of State for War and Aviation; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Clemenceau, Georges E. B., French President of the Council and Minister of War; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference and President of that Conference.
  • Cole, Felix, Consul at Archangel.
  • Crowe, Sir Eyre, British Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; member of the British delegation at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Curzon of Kedleston, Earl, British Acting Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, January 1919; appointed to that office October 1919.
  • Davis, John W., Ambassador to Great Britain.
  • Deniken, Gen. Anton Ivanovich, commander in chief of the Armed Forces of South Russia.
  • Dietrichs, Gen. M. K., Russian officer, associated with the Czechoslovak Army and later with the Siberian Army.
  • Eliot, Sir Charles, British High Commissioner in Siberia.
  • Emerson, Col. George H., in charge of the Russian Railway Service Corps.
  • Foch, Ferdinand, Marshal of France and Generalissimo of the Allied forces.
  • Francis, David R., Ambassador to Russia.
  • Gade, John A., Commissioner of the United States for the Baltic Provinces of Russia.
  • Gaida, Gen. G. R., Czechoslovak officer, in command of a division of the Czechoslovak Army in Siberia; later associated with the Siberian Army.
  • Girsa, Václav, Czechoslovak commissioner in Siberia.
  • Glass, Carter, Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Gompers, Samuel, President of the American Federation of Labor.
  • Gough, Gen. Sir Hubert, head of the British mission to the Baltic States.
  • Graves, Maj. Gen. William S., commanding the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia.
  • Greene, Lt. Col. Warwick, chief of the American mission to the Baltic Provinces.
  • Grew, Joseph C., secretary-general of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace.
  • Grey of Fallodon, Viscount, British Appointed Ambassador at Washington.
  • Hanihara, Masanao, director of political affairs, Japanese Foreign Office; Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Hankey, Lt. Col. Sir Maurice, secretary-general of the British delegation at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Hara, Takashi, Japanese Prime Minister.
  • Harris, Ernest L., Consul General at Irkutsk.
  • Harris, Peter C., The Adjutant General of the U.S. Army.
  • Hoover, Herbert C., Director General of Relief, Supreme Economic Council; chairman of the American Relief Administration.
  • Horvat, Gen. Dmitri L., Russian Governor and General Manager of the Chinese Eastern Railway; Russian member of the Inter-Allied Railway Committee, succeeding Ustrugov.
  • House, Col. Edward Mandell, American plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Ironside, Maj. Gen. William Edmund, of the British Army, commanding the Allied forces in North Russia.
  • Ishii, Kikujiro, Viscount, Japanese Ambassador to the United States.
  • Jack, Col. Archibald, British member of the Technical Board for the operation of the Chinese Eastern and Siberian Railways.
  • Janin, Gen. Maurice, of the French Army; supreme commander of the Czechoslovak Army.
  • Jenkins, Douglas, Consul at Harbin.
  • Jenkins, William L., Consul at Odessa.
  • Kappel, Gen. Vladimir Oskarovich, commanding one of the Siberian armies under Kolchak.
  • Kerensky, Alexander F., Prime Minister of Russia, July to November 1917.
  • Khorvat. See Horvat.
  • Klyuchnikov, Yuri Veniaminovich, Acting Foreign Minister of the Kolchak government, Omsk.
  • Knox, Maj. Gen. Alfred W. F., in command of the British forces in Siberia.
  • Kolchak, Admiral Alexander Vasilevich, on November 18, 1918, at Omsk, proclaimed Supreme Governor of Russia.
  • Krasnov, Gen. Peter Nikolaevich, ataman of the Don Cossacks.
  • Lansing, Robert, Secretary of State; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Lenin, N. (Vladimir Ulyanov), President of the Soviet of People’s Commissars.
  • Lindley, Francis O., British Commissioner in Russia (Archangel).
  • Litvinov, M. M., Assistant Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs.
  • Lloyd George, David, British Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Macgowan, David B., Consul at Vladivostok.
  • Makino, Nobuaki, Baron, former Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Maklakov, V. A., appointed by the Russian Provisional Government Ambassador to France.
  • Mannerheim, Gen. Carl Gustaf Emil, Baron, Regent of Finland, December 12, 1918.
  • Martel, Damien J. A. C., Count de, French High Commissioner ad interim in Siberia, January to September 1919.
  • Masaryk, Thomas G., President of the Czechoslovak National Council.
  • Matsudaira, Tsuneo, Japanese member of the Inter-Allied Railway Committee.
  • Maugras, François Emile Roger, French diplomatic agent near the Kolchak government, Omsk.
  • Miles, Basil, Acting Chief of the Division of Russian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Miller, Gen. Eugeni Ludwig Karlovich, Military Governor at Archangel.
  • Morris, Roland S., Ambassador to Japan.
  • Moser, Charles K., Consul at Harbin.
  • Nansen, Fridtjof, Commissioner of the League of Nations to repatriate war prisoners.
  • Noulens, Joseph, French Ambassador to Russia.
  • Oi, Gen. Narimoto, in command of the Japanese Siberian expedition, succeeding General Otani.
  • Orlando, V. E., President of the Italian Council of Ministers; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Otani, Gen. Kikuzo, of the Japanese Army; in command of the Japanese Siberian expedition.
  • Oustrougoff. See Ustrugov.
  • Pepelyaev, Gen. Anatoli Nikolaevich, commanding one of the Siberian armies under Kolchak.
  • Pepelyaev, Victor Nikolaevich, member of the cabinet of the Kolchak government, Omsk.
  • Petlyura, Simon, leader of the nationalists in the Ukraine.
  • Phillips, William, Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Pichon, Stephen, French Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Polk, Frank Lyon, Acting Secretary of State, December 4, 1918, to July 18, 1919; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference, July 28 to December 9, 1919.
  • Poole, DeWitt C., Chargé d’Affaires in Russia (Archangel).
  • Reading, Earl of, British Ambassador on Special Mission to the United States.
  • Reinsch, Paul S., Minister in China.
  • Richardson, Brig. Gen. Wilds P., commanding the American forces in North Russia, succeeding Colonel Stewart.
  • Riggs, Lt. Col. E. F., chief of the American mission to South Russia.
  • Rodgers, Admiral William L., U.S.N., commanding the Asiatic Fleet.
  • Saionji, Marquis, former Japanese Prime Minister; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Sazonov, Sergei D., Tsarist Foreign Minister; in 1918, at Paris, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Denikin’s forces in South Russia and, in 1919, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Kolchak.
  • Semenov, Gen. Gregory, ataman of the Far Eastern Cossacks.
  • Shidehara, Kijuro, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs; Ambassador to the United States.
  • Smith, Charles H., American representative on the Inter-Allied Committee for the supervision of the Chinese Eastern and Siberian Railways.
  • Sonnino, S., Baron, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Sookine, John, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kolchak government, Omsk.
  • Stevens, John F., president of the Technical Board for the operation of the Chinese Eastern and Siberian Railways.
  • Stewart, Col. George Evans, commanding the American forces in North Russia.
  • Syrovy, Gen. Jan, commander in chief of the Czechoslovak forces, August 28, 1918.
  • Tanaka, Lt. Gen. Giichi, Baron, Japanese Minister of War.
  • Tchaykovsky. See Chaikovski.
  • Tchitcherine. See Chicherin.
  • Trotsky, L. D. (Bronstein), Soviet Commissar for Military Affairs.
  • Tschaikowski. See Chaikovski.
  • Uchida, Yasuya, Viscount, Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Ughet, Serge, Russian Financial Attaché and Chargé d’Affaires at Washington.
  • Ustrugov, L. A., Minister of Ways of Communication of the Kolchak government, Omsk; Russian member and chairman of the Inter-Allied Railway Committee.
  • Wallace, Hugh Campbell, Ambassador to France.
  • White, Henry, American plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Wilson, Woodrow, President of the United States; plenipotentiary at the Paris Peace Conference.
  • Yudenich, Gen. Nicholas N., commander in chief of the White Russian forces in the Baltic Provinces.