List of Persons

(Identification of a person in this list is limited to circumstances under reference in volume ii. Names of persons which appear only in document headings or signatures are not included.)

  • Abel, Dr. Othenio, Rector, University of Vienna.
  • Alling, Paul H., Division of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Allport, Fayette W., Commercial Attaché of Embassy in France.
  • Alunan, Rafael, Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Government of the Philippine Islands.
  • Amadori, Giovanni, Italian Minister to Lithuania.
  • Arena, Salvatore, Member of Italian Fascist group in United States.
  • Atherton, Ray, Counselor of Embassy in Great Britain.
  • Auberson, Jacques, Swiss Adviser to Ethiopian Ministry of Justice.
  • Azaña, Manuel, President, Spanish Council of Ministers.
  • Barclay, Edwin, President of Liberia.
  • Barne, Henry Hume, British Judge, Alexandria and Cairo (Egypt) Mixed Courts of First Instance.
  • Beck, Joh. Ph., Representative of U. S. Gypsum Company in Denmark.
  • Behn, Sosthenes, Chairman, Board of Directors, International Telephone and Telegraph Company.
  • Belin, Ferdinand Lammot, First Secretary of Embassy in Great Britain, to July 8, 1930.
  • Beneš, Eduard, Czechoslovak Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Bennett, Richard Bedford, Canadian Prime Minister and Secretary of State for External Affairs.
  • Bertenshaw, Eric Strickland, Assistant Secretary, British Customs and Excise Office.
  • Birkett, Commander, U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Sebago.
  • Blake-Reed, John S., British Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt.
  • Bloom, Sol, U. S. Congressman (Democrat), 19th District, New York; Director, The United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission.
  • Boal, Pierre de Lagarde, Chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Boettcher, Dr. Otto, President, Memel Executive Council.
  • Bogaerde, Count Othon de, Liberian Minister to France.
  • Borah, William Edgar, U. S. Senator (Republican), Idaho; Chairman, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
  • Borduge, Marcel, Director General of Taxation, French Ministry of Finance; Member, Fiscal Committee; League of Nations.
  • Brandl, Dr. Franz, President, Austrian Police, from November 1932.
  • Braun, Magnus von, German Minister of Food and Agriculture, Schleicher Cabinet, December 2.
  • Briggs, Ellis O., Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Brinton, Jasper Yeates, U. S. Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt.
  • Broderick, Sir John Joyce, Commercial Counselor of British Embassy in United States, 1920–31.
  • Bruening, Heinrich, German Chancellor to May 30; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Brunot, Henri, French Administrative Expert for League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Bucknell, Howard, Jr., Second Secretary of Legation in Yugoslavia.
  • Bülow, Bernhard Wilhelm von, Secretary of State, German Foreign Office.
  • Bundy, Harvey H., Assistant Secretary of State; Member, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Buresch, Dr. Karl, Austrian Federal Chancellor; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Caclamanos, Demetrius, Greek Minister to Great Britain.
  • Calderon y Martin, Luis, Chief, Commercial Division, Spanish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
  • Campbell, Gerald, British Consul General at New York.
  • Canty, George Romuald, Trade Commissioner, Embassy in Germany.
  • Cárdenas, Juan Francisco de, Spanish Ambassador to United States.
  • Carodossi, Giuseppe Umberto, Italian Vice Consul at New York.
  • Carroll, Mitchell Benedict, Survey Director (national tax systems), League of Nations Fiscal Committee.
  • Castellano, Augusto, Italian Vice Consul at New York.
  • Castle, William R., Jr., Under Secretary of State; Acting Secretary of State, April 8–May 14.
  • Cator, Sir Ralph P. B., British Judge (President, 1931–32), Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt.
  • Cecil, Viscount Robert, Chairman, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Chamberlain, Austen, Chairman, League of Nations Loan Committee.
  • Claudel, Paul, French Ambassador to United States.
  • Cluett, Captain William P., master of Canadian schooner Josephine K., seized as rum runner.
  • Colby, Bainbridge, Secretary of State, 1920–21.
  • Coleman, J. F. B., Member, special commission to investigate alleged Kru Coast outrages; editor of Weekly Mirror (Monrovia).
  • Coulondre, Robert, Assistant Director of Political and Commercial Affairs, French Foreign Office.
  • Crosby, Oscar T., Treasury Department Representative signing Greek debt settlement agreement, February 10, 1918.
  • Czermak, Emmerich, Austrian Minister of Education.
  • Daudet, Léon, Leader of French Royalist Party; Director of l’Action Française.
  • Daugherty, Harry Micajah, U. S. Attorney General, 1921–24.
  • Davila, Charles A., Rumanian Minister to United States.
  • Davis, Major Harry, London Representative, Gulf Oil Company.
  • Davis, Colonel T. Elwood, Liberian Frontier Force; Special Commissioner to Kru Coast.
  • Dawes, Charles G., Ambassador to Great Britain, 1929–32.
  • Dawson, Claude I., Consul General at Barcelona.
  • Demetrovich, Yuraj, Yugoslav Minister of Agriculture.
  • Dennis, Gabriel L., Liberian Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Dieckhoff, Hans Heinrich, Chief, Anglo-American and Near East Department, German Foreign Office.
  • Dodd, Charles Edward Shuter, Acting Counselor of British Embassy in Persia.
  • Dollfuss, Engelbert, Austrian Chancellor, Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Agriculture.
  • Doss Pasha, Tewfik, Acting Egyptian Minister for Foreign Affairs; Minister of Communications.
  • Dreyfuss, Louis G., Jr., Consul General at Copenhagen.
  • Duesterberg, Lieutenant Colonel Theodor, Nationalist Candidate for German Presidency.
  • Dumba, Dr. Constantin Theodor, President, Austrian Section, League of Nations Union.
  • Dunbar, J. F., Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Liberia.
  • Durand, Julien, French Minister of Commerce.
  • Echegaray y Romea, Miguel, Agricultural Attaché Spanish Embassy.
  • Elliot, Sir Henry George, British Ambassador to Turkey, 1867–77.
  • Epp, Franz Xavier von, organizer of German National Storm Troops.
  • Evangheli, Pandeli J., Albanian Prime Minister.
  • Feder, Gottfried, Head of Economic Bureau, National Socialist German Workers’ Party.
  • Feis, Herbert, Economic Adviser, Department of State.
  • Ferguson, Colonel Harley Bascom, U. S. Member, International Joint Board of Engineers on St. Lawrence Waterway Project.
  • Fey, Major Emil, Austrian Secretary of State for Public Safety; Chief, Vienna Heimwehr.
  • Firestone, Harvey Samuel, Sr., President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, and Firestone Plantations Company (Liberia).
  • Firestone, Harvey Samuel, Jr., Vice President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company; Vice President and Director, Firestone Plantations Company (Liberia).
  • Fish, Hamilton, Jr., U. S. Congressman (Republican), 26th District, New York.
  • Flournoy, Richard W., Jr., Office of the Legal Adviser.
  • Fotich, Konstantin, Yugoslav Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Fouché, Sproull, Commercial Attaché of Legation in Rumania.
  • François-Poncet, André, French Ambassador to Germany.
  • Frick, Wilhelm, Head of National Socialist German Workers’ Party bloc in German Reichstag.
  • Fuszek, Dr. R. G., Head of Sanitary Survey, Monrovia, Liberia.
  • Gafencu, Grigore, Rumanian Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs.
  • Galvanauskas, E., Lithuanian Prime Minister, 1922–23.
  • Gabay Diaz, J. Narciso, Panamanian Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Gabbeatt-Dombasle, Maurice, French Commercial Attaché in United States.
  • George, William P., Chargé in Yugoslavia.
  • Ghika, Prince Dimitri, Rumanian Minister for Foreign Affairs, from April 27.
  • Gilmour, Major, President, International Quarantine Board, Alexandria, Egypt.
  • Glidewell, President, American Chamber of Commerce for Spain.
  • Goebbels, Joseph Paul, editor of Der Angriff, organ of National Socialist German Workers’ Party.
  • Goering, Hermann, Member, National Socialist German Workers’ Party; President of Reichstag.
  • Gomez y Ocerin, J., Spanish Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Gordon, George A., Counselor of Embassy in Germany.
  • Graham, British Judge, Mixed Court of First Instance, Cairo, Egypt.
  • Graham, Constantin, British Consul General at Monrovia.
  • Grazzi, Emanuele, Italian Consul General at New York.
  • Green, Captain Thomas H., Secretary, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Grimes, Louis A., Liberian Secretary of State; Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Groener, General Wilhelm, German Minister for Reichswehr, to May 30.
  • Gubba, James, Leader, German Farmers’ Party in Memel Diet.
  • Hackworth, Green H., Solicitor, Department of State, August 10, 1925–June 30, 1931; Legal Adviser, July 1, 1931.
  • Hadley, Lindley Hoag, U. S. Congressman (Republican), Washington.
  • Hamilton, Baron Carl Fredrik Hugo, Secretary General, Swedish Foreign Office.
  • Hand, Learned, Judge, U. S. Circuit Court, 2d Circuit.
  • Hanfstängel, Ernst Franz, Chief, Foreign Press Department, National Socialist German Workers’ Party; personal adjutant to Adolf Hitler.
  • Harris, Ernest L., Consul General at Vienna.
  • Hays, Will, President, Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc.
  • Henderson, Arthur, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1929–31.
  • Henderson, Sir James Blacklock, British inventor, naval firing gear.
  • Henke, Dr., film expert, German Foreign Office.
  • Herouy, Bellaten Guétò, Ethiopian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Herridge, William Duncan, Canadian Minister to United States.
  • Herriot, Edouard, President, French Council of Ministers (June 7–December 14); Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Herron, Major Frederick L., Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America.
  • Hibbard, Frederick P., Second Secretary of Legation in Czechoslovakia.
  • Hill, Major George P., Assistant Legal Adviser, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Hindenburg, Paul von, President of Germany; candidate for reelection.
  • Hines, William D., Acting Manager, Firestone Plantations Company (Liberia); Representative before League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Hitler, Adolf, Chairman, National Socialist German Workers’ Party.
  • Hoare, Sir Reginald Hervey, British Minister to Persia.
  • Hornell, James, Director of Fisheries, Government of Madras.
  • Howard, Lord Esme William, British Ambassador to United States, 1924–30.
  • Howe, Robert George, Treaty Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Howe, Walter Bruce, Representative of Finance Corporation of America before League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Howell, Williamson S., Jr., First Secretary of Embassy in France.
  • Howells, Dr. W., Senior Health Officer, Gold Coast West African Medical Service; Head of emergency sanitation mission to Liberia.
  • Hugenberg, Dr. Alfred, Chairman, German National Peoples’ Party; Presidential candidate.
  • Hughes, Charles Evans, Secretary of State, 1921–25.
  • Hurley, Patrick Jay, Assistant Secretary of War, March 15–December 9, 1929.
  • Ianculescu, Rumanian Representative, General Railway Signal Company.
  • Irujo, Luis M. de, Counselor of Spanish Embassy in United States.
  • Jacobsson, Per, Swedish Financial Expert, League of Nations mission to Memel Territory.
  • Jardine, William M., Minister to Egypt.
  • Johnson, Secretary to Edwin Barclay, President of Liberia.
  • Jones, J. Edmund, Liberian Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Jones, Wesley Livsey, U. S. Senator (Republican), Washington.
  • Junian, Grigoire, Rumanian Minister of Justice, 1928–30.
  • Junkab, Dr. E., Chief, Political Bureau, Austrian Foreign Office, to November 1, 1932.
  • Kadgyns, K., Member, Lithuanian Directorate for Memel Territory.
  • Kafandaris, George, Greek Minister of Finance, 1926.
  • Karsky, Michael, Soviet Minister to Lithuania.
  • Kastl, Dr. Ludwig, Director, Federation of German Industries.
  • Kennan, George Frost, Consul at Riga.
  • Kliefoth, Alfred W., Second Secretary of Embassy in Germany.
  • Knatchbull-Hugessen, Hughe Montgomery, British Minister to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
  • Knox, John Clark, Judge, U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York.
  • Kodding, John Trojan, Second Secretary of Legation in Bulgaria, 1929–30.
  • Kramer, Albert, Yugoslav Minister without Portfolio.
  • Kumanudi, Kosta, President, Yugoslav Chamber of Deputies; Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs, August.
  • La Boulaye, André Lefebvre de, Deputy Director, Department of Political and Commercial Affairs, French Foreign Office.
  • Lambros, Achille C., Private Secretary to Greek Prime Minister.
  • Lamont, Robert Patterson, Secretary of Commerce.
  • Laval, Pierre, President, French Council of Ministers and Minister for Foreign Affairs, to February 16; Minister of Labor, February-May.
  • Lavender, Lieutenant Commander Robert A., Member, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Lefebvre, Olivier, Canadian Member, International Joint Board of Engineers on St. Lawrence Waterway Project.
  • Leitner, Rudolf, Counselor of German Embassy in United States.
  • Leverre, Gaston, French Railway Expert; Technical Adviser, Rumanian State Railways.
  • Lewis, Colonel George T., Adviser, Liberian Frontier Force.
  • Ligthart, Th., Dutch Financial Expert for League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Lindsay, Sir Ronald Charles, British Ambassador to United States.
  • Lingeman, Eric Ralph, Commercial Secretary, British Legation in Persia.
  • Litvinov, Maxim, Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs.
  • Loeb, Charles G., President, American Chamber of Commerce in France.
  • Loraine, Sir Percy Lyham, British High Commissioner for Egypt and the Sudan.
  • Löwenthal, J., Director, Presidential Cabinet, Austria.
  • Lyle, L T., Vice President, Finance Corporation of America, (subsidiary of Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, holding corporation for bonds of Republic of Liberia).
  • McBarnett, Alexander Cockburn, British Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt.
  • McCaskey, Charles L., Acting Financial Adviser to Republic of Liberia.
  • McCormack, J. L., District Manager, Export Steamship Corporation.
  • McDermott, Michael James, Chief, Division of Current Information, Department of State.
  • Mackenzie, Dr. Melville D., Special Commissioner of League of Nations to Kru Coast, Liberia.
  • McLachlan, D. W., Canadian Member, International Joint Board of Engineers on St. Lawrence Waterway Project.
  • McMullen, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph I., Chairman, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Madariaga, Salvador de, Spanish Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Malmar, Knut Karl Folke, Chief, Legal Section, Swedish Foreign Office.
  • Marich, Milan, Official, Anglo-Yugoslav Petrol Company (Shell).
  • Marinkovich, Vojislav, President, Yugoslav Council of Ministers, to July 3; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Markham, Colonel Edward Murphy, Divisional Engineer in charge of Great Lakes Division, River and Harbor Improvements, Corps of Engineers, War Department.
  • Marlatt, C. L., Chairman, Federal Horticultural Board; Associate Chief, Bureau of Entomology, Department of Agriculture.
  • Mayer, Ferdinand Lothrop, Counselor of Embassy in Belgium.
  • Meissner, Otto L. E., Chief, Reich President’s Office.
  • Merkys, Anton, Governor of Memel Territory.
  • Merriam, Gordon P., Third Secretary of Legation in Egypt.
  • Meyer, Richard, in charge of Eastern European and Scandinavian Affairs, German Foreign Office.
  • Michalakopoulos, Andreas, Greek Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Mills, Odgen Livingston, Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Mirto, Edouard, Rumanian Minister of Public Works and Communications.
  • Mistler, Jean, French Under Secretary of State for Fine Arts.
  • Mitchell, Charles Edward, Minister to Liberia.
  • Mitchell, General Charles Hamilton, Canadian Member, International Joint Board of Engineers on St. Lawrence Waterway Project.
  • Mohorich, Ivan, Yugoslav Minister of Commerce and Industry.
  • Mohr, Otto Carl, Chief, Political Economy Section, Danish Foreign Office.
  • Møller-Nielsen, C., Member, Danish Exchange Control Board.
  • Moraht, Dr. Hans, German Minister to Lithuania.
  • More, Colonel, British Political Agent in Koweit.
  • Moret, Clement, Governor, Banque de France.
  • Mouchanoff, Nicolaus, Bulgarian Prime Minister; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Mussolini, Benito, Italian Prime Minister (II Duce), 1922–44.
  • Newton, Lieutenant Colonel Henry, British Inventor, mortar and grenade devices.
  • Nubar Pasha, Egyptian Prime Minister, 1878–79; 1884–88; 1894–95.
  • Oliphant, Sir Lancelot, British Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Oliván, Julio Lopez, Political Director, Spanish Foreign Office.
  • Osborne, Francis D’Arcy Godolphin, Counselor of British Embassy in United States.
  • Page, Frank Copeland, Vice President, International Telephone and Telegraph Company.
  • Papen, Franz von, German Chancellor, June 2–November 17.
  • Perietzeano, Jean, Rumanian Minister of Public Works and Communications.
  • Peroutkas, František, Chief, Department of Foreign Trade, Czech Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
  • Phenix, Spencer, Assistant to Under Secretary of State, 1927.
  • Phillips, William, Minister to Canada, 1927–29.
  • Piétri, François, French Minister of the Budget.
  • Pratt, Admiral William Veazie, Chief of Naval Operations, U. S. Navy.
  • Preston, A. S., British Judge, Mixed Court of First Instance, Cairo, Egypt.
  • Preston, Thomas Hildebrand, British Chargé in Lithuania.
  • Prieto y Tuero, Indalecio, Spanish Minister of Public Works.
  • Prittwitz und Gaffron, Friedrich W. von, German Ambassador to United States.
  • Puaux, Gabriel, French Minister to Rumania.
  • Rankin, Karl Lott, Commercial Attaché in Czechoslovakia.
  • Rappaport, Representative of Universal Pictures in Austria.
  • Reagan, Daniel J., Assistant Commercial Attaché in France.
  • Reber, Samuel, Jr., U. S. Representative, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Reizgys, Martynas, Member of All-Lithuanian Directorate for Memel Territory; Leader, Memel Territory Party.
  • Renthe-Fink, Cecil von, Member of League of Nations Political Section in charge of Liberian Affairs.
  • Reybold, Major Eugene, U. S. Representative, Niagara River Control Board.
  • Rhallys, Jean, Greek Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Richardson, Gardner, Commercial Attaché in Austria and Yugoslavia.
  • Riley, Commander, British Inventor, mine and depth charge devices.
  • Rintelen, Dr. Anton, Austrian Minister of Public Instruction.
  • Ristelhuerer, René, French Minister to Lithuania.
  • Ritter, Karl, Chief, Economic Section, German Foreign Office.
  • Rock, Captain Logan Norman, Madrid Representative, International Telephone and Telegraph Company.
  • Rollin, Louis, French Minister of Commerce.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, President-elect of the United States; Governor, State of New York.
  • Rosso, Augusto, Italian Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Rugg, Charles B., Assistant Attorney General; Legal Adviser and Member, Commission for Adjustment of British Claims.
  • Russell, F. A. K., Member, special commission to investigate alleged Kru Coast outrages.
  • Rydings, Douglas Gerald, British Consul General at Monrovia.
  • Sackett, Frederic Mosley, Ambassador to Germany.
  • Saint-Quentin, Count René Daynel, Chief, African and Levant Department, French Foreign Office; Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Sasscer, E. R., Department of Agriculture Representative, Spanish trade hearings.
  • Schleicher, General Kurt von, German Minister for Reichswehr, June 1; Chancellor, December 2, 1932–January 28, 1933.
  • Schmidt, Boatswain Karl, Commanding Officer, U. S. Coast Guard Patrol CG–145.
  • Schmidt, Rudolph, Danish Importer, American radio sets.
  • Schober, Johann, Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Schwerin von Krosigk, Count Ludwig, Chief, Budget Department, German Ministry of Finance; Minister of Finance, June 2.
  • Severing, Wilhelm Karl, Prussian Minister of Interior.
  • Shantz, Harold, Second Secretary of Legation in Liberia.
  • Shepperd, Thomas S., Representative of Ulen and Company, in Greece.
  • Shebman, Commander, British Inventor, mine and depth charge devices.
  • Shvblyuga, Stanko, Yugoslav Minister of Finance.
  • Sidky Pasha, Ismail, Egyptian Prime Minister.
  • Simaitis, Edward, President, All-Lithuanian Directorate for Memel Territory.
  • Simon, Sir John, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Simopoulos, Charalambos, Greek Minister to United States.
  • Skinner, Robert P., Minister to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
  • Sloan, Alexander K., Chargé in Iraq.
  • Sottile, Dr. Antoine, Liberian Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Srshkich, Milan, President, Yugoslav Council of Ministers.
  • Stafford, Maurice L., Consul and First Secretary of Legation in Lithuania.
  • Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of State.
  • Stowell, Ellery Cory, appointed U. S. Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt, 1921.
  • Strasser, Gregor, Member, National Socialist German Workers’ Party.
  • Stratos, G., Greek Minister of Communications.
  • Strawn, Silas Hardy, Lawyer; Chairman, American Committee, and Vice President, International Chamber of Commerce.
  • Sugimura, Yodaro, Under Secretary General, League of Nations.
  • Sussdorff, Louis, Jr., Counselor of Legation in Rumania.
  • Swan, Thomas Walter, Judge, U. S. Circuit Court, 2d Circuit.
  • Swift, Merritt, First Secretary of Legation in Austria.
  • Tandler, Julius, Professor of Anatomy, University of Vienna; Anatomical Institute.
  • Tardieu, André President, French Council of Ministers, February–June; Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Thälmann, Ernst, Communist candidate, German Presidential election.
  • Thaw, Benjamin, Jr., First Secretary of Embassy in Great Britain.
  • Thompson, Geoffrey Harington, American and African Department, British Foreign Office, 1930.
  • Tönisson, Jaan, Estonian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Toepke, Dr. Otto G. A., German Consul General in Memel.
  • Toliszus, J., Member, All-Lithuanian Directorate for Memel Territory.
  • Travell, Winthrop A., Chairman of special commission to investigate alleged Kru Coast outrages.
  • Trochon, M., French Director General of Taxation.
  • Trombetta, Domenico, President, Lichtor Federation, official Fascist organization in United States.
  • Tsaldaris, Panagis, Greek Prime Minister, November 1932–January 1933.
  • Tubelis, Juozas, Lithuanian Prime Minister.
  • Tuck, Somerville P., U. S. Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt, 1908–20.
  • Undén, Bo östen, Legal Adviser on International Law, Swedish Foreign Office.
  • Usborne, Vice Admiral Cecil Vivian, Director of British Naval Intelligence, 1930–32; Inventor, marine mine protection device.
  • Vaida-Voevod, Alexandru, Rumanian Prime Minister, 1919–20.
  • Valcovici, Victor, Rumanian Minister of Public Works and Communications.
  • Vallance, William Roy, Assistant to the Solicitor, Department of State.
  • Vansittart, Sir Robert Gilbert, British Permanent Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Vabvabessos, Kyriakos, Greek Minister of Finance.
  • Vaux, Richard A., British Judge, Mixed Court of Appeals, Egypt; President, November 1.
  • Venizelos, Eleutherios, Greek Prime Minister, to November.
  • Wadsted, Otto, Danish Minister to United States.
  • Walker, A. V., President, Standard Oil Company of Yugoslavia.
  • Wallace, Dr. Benjamin B., Chief, Division of International Relations, United States Tariff Commission.
  • Watchoff, Constantin, Chief, Consular Section, Bulgarian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
  • Weizsäcker, Baron Ernst von, German Member, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Wendel, Guy de, French Politician and Industrialist.
  • Widding, Erik, League of Nations Member, Memel Harbor Board.
  • Wiehl, E., Commercial Section, German Foreign Office.
  • Wiley, John Cooper, Counselor of Embassy in Germany, to May 26; in Spain, June 1.
  • Winship, North, Counselor of Legation in Denmark.
  • Wrong, Hume H., Counselor of Canadian Legation in United States.
  • Yeftich, Bogolyub, Yugoslav Foreign Minister.
  • Yehia Pasha, Abdel Fattah, Egyptian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Yencken, Arthur Ferdinand, First Secretary of British Embassy in Germany.
  • Youngquist, Gustaf Aaron, Assistant Attorney General.
  • Zaleski, Auguste, Polish Minister for Foreign Affairs; rapporteur, League of Nations Committee on Liberia.
  • Zaunius, Davos, Lithuanian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Zulueta y Escolano, Luis de, Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs.
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