Index of Persons

(The identification of the persons in this index is limited to circumstances and positions under reference in this volume. All titles and positions are American unless there is an indication to the contrary.)

  • Acheson, Dean, Assistant Secretary of State, 161
  • Achilles, Theodore C., Assistant Chief, Division of British Commonwealth Affairs, Department of State, 486n
  • Alexander, Sir Harold, General, Commander in Chief, Allied Armies in Italy, 13, 15, 18, 42, 221 224, 227, 231, 281, 305, 313 314, 316, 337, 378, 430, 437, 472
  • Anderson, Sir John, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, 18, 172, 482
  • Antonov, Alexey Innokentyevich, General, First Deputy Chief, Red Army General Staff, 10
  • Apor, Baron Gabriel, Hungarian Minister to the Holy See, 368
  • Arnold, Henry H., General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Army Air Forces; member, Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 287 289, 300, 307, 309 312, 318 319, 330, 334, 338 341, 354, 358, 372 374, 377, 379, 397n , 406, 431n , 471n
  • Atherton, Ray, Ambassador to Canada, 38 39, 44, 288
  • Athlone, Countess of (Princess Alice), wife of the Governor General of Canada, 285 289, 292 293, 299, 306, 311, 383
  • Athlone, Earl of, Governor General of Canada, 285 289, 292 293, 299, 306, 311, 383
  • Bell, Daniel W., Acting Secretary of the Treasury, 420 422
  • Beneš, Eduard, President, Czechoslovak Government in exile, established at London, 369
  • Benner, Donald W., Colonel, U.S.A., attached to Headquarters, Army Air Forces; member, Joint Logistics Committee and Combined Administrative Committee, 372
  • Bessell, William W., Jr., Brigadier General, U.S.A., senior Army member, Joint War Plans Committee, 372
  • Beveridge, Sir William, Chairman, British Interdepartmental Committee on Social Insurance and Allied Services (1941–1942), 137
  • Bissell, Richard M., Jr., U.S. Joint Executive Officer, Combined Shipping Adjustment Board, 290
  • Blaizot, R. C. A. H., Lieutenant General, proposed Head, French Military Mission to the Southeast Asia Command, 247, 249, 253
  • Blamey, Sir Thomas, General, Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces, Southwest Pacific Area, 334
  • Boettiger, John, Major, U.S.A., Acting Chief, Government Branch, Civil Affairs Division, War Department Special Staff, 481 482, 493n
  • Bohlen, Charles E., Chief, Division of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State, 186, 200n , 205n . 396n
  • Bohr, Niels H. D., Danish physicist and atomic scientist, 492
  • Bonomi, Ivanoe, Italian Prime Minister, 207, 209
  • Bór, General (Lieutenant General Tadeusz Komorowski), Commander in Chief, Polish Home Army, 187 188
  • Borne, Lucien, Mayor of Quebec, 285
  • Bottomley, Sir Norman, Air Marshal, R.A.F., Deputy Chief of Air Staff, 310n , 431n , 471n
  • Bracken, Brendan, British Minister of Information, 20
  • Bradley, Omar N., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Twelfth Army Group, 313
  • Brady, Dorothy J., assistant to the personal secretary to the President, 25, 282, 284, 291, 294, 481
  • Brand, Robert Henry, British Treasury Representative, Washington, 16, 159 160, 328, 360
  • Brinckman, Napoleon, Colonel. Head, Army Section, British Military Mission, Moscow, 196 197, 401
  • Brooke, Sir Alan F., Field Marshal, Chief, Imperial General Staff: member, British Chiefs of Staff Committee and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 185, 286, 288 290, 300 308; 311 312, 319, 321 322, 330 336, 351 357, 374, 377
  • Brown, James E., Jr., Assistant to the Secretary of State, 48n , 120n
  • Brown, Wilson, Rear Admiral, U.S.N., Naval Aide to the President, 19, 24 25, 34, 86n , 145n , 216n , 279, 283 284, 288, 290, 292, 312, 344n , 393n , 461n , 467n , 469n , 478n
  • Broz, Josip. See Tito.
  • Bruenn, Howard G., Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N.R., assistant to the personal physician to the President, 25, 294, 481
  • Burrough, Edmund W., Captain, U.S.N., senior Navy member, Joint War Plans Committee, 372
  • Burrows, Montagu Brocas, Lieutenant General, Head, British Military Mission, Moscow, 9, 183, 185, 196, 308n , 320, 399 400, 403, 406, 438n , 473n
  • Bush, Vannevar, Director, Office of Scientific Research and Development, 296, 492
  • Byrnes, James F., Director, Office of War Mobilization, 393
  • Cadogan, Sir Alexander, Permanent Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office; head, British delegation at Dumbarton Oaks conversations, 36 37, 44 47, 291 292, 296n , 348 349, 360, 362 363
  • Caldwell, Horace K., Chief Warrant Officer, U.S.A., cryptographer, White House Map Room, 283
  • Campbell, Sir Ronald Hugh, British Ambassador to Portugal, 230n
  • Campbell, Sir Ronald Ian, Minister, British Embassy, Washington, 16, 165, 169n , 298
  • Cárcano, Miguel Angel, Argentine Ambassador to the United Kingdom, 167
  • Carretta, Donato, vice director, Regina Coeli prison, Rome, 495n
  • Carrington, Philip, Bishop of Quebec, 288
  • Charles, Sir Noel, British High Commissioner in Italy, 495n
  • Chennault, Claire L., Major General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Fourteenth Air Force, 250, 262
  • Cherwell, Lord, British Paymaster-General; adviser to the Prime Minister, 18 19, 21, 128n , 169n , 285, 289 290, 291n , 296, 323 330, 342 349, 359 363, 371 372, 390, 395 396, 492n
  • Chiang Kai-shek, Generalissimo, President of the National Government of the Republic of China; Supreme Commander, China Theater, 39, 252, 264, 280, 341, 374, 376, 380 382, 460 462, 464 466, 479 480
  • Churchill, Clementine, Prime Minister Churchill’s wife, 14, 28 29, 38, 43, 284 294, 299, 306, 311, 346n , 364, 372, 383, 481 482
  • Churchill, Mary, Prime Minister Churchill’s daughter, 481
  • Churchill, Winston S., British Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury, and Minister of Defence, 120, 254n
  • Ciechanowski, Jan, Polish Ambassador to the United States, 186 187, 205n
  • Clark Kerr. See Kerr, Sir Archibald Clark.
  • Clark, Mark W., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Fifth Army, 42, 221 224, 306
  • Clark, Robert N. S., Commander, U.S.N., Aide to the Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy, 372
  • Clay, Lucius D., Major General, U.S.A., Director of Matériel, Army Service Forces, 161
  • Coleman, Ephraim Herbert, Canadian Under Secretary of State; Deputy Registrar General, 33, 289
  • Coleridge, Richard Duke, Commander, R.N., Deputy Secretary, British. Joint Staff Mission, Washington; British Deputy Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 374
  • Collins, Ogden S., Lieutenant, U.S.N.R., attached to White House Map Room, 25, 34, 279n , 287
  • Colville, John R, Assistant Private Secretary to the British Prime Minister, 393n , 467n , 469n
  • Conway, Granville, Captain, Deputy Administrator, War Shipping Administration, 290
  • Cooke, Charles M., Jr., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., Deputy Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, 300, 307, 319, 330, 350, 352, 354, 372, 374
  • Cornell, Douglas, Associated Press correspondent, 279n , 283
  • Cornwall-Jones, Arthur Thomas, Brigadier, Secretary, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington; British Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff, 41, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 374, 403, 432, 440 442, 448, 460, 466
  • Crowley, Leo T., Administrator, Foreign Economic Administration, 161, 181, 206, 210n , 412, 468
  • Cruikshank, Robert James, Director, American Division, British Ministry of Information, 288
  • Cunningham, Sir Andrew Browne, Bart., Admiral of the Fleet, R.N., First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff; member, British Chiefs of Staff Committee and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 185, 255, 285, 288 290, 300, 307, 311 312, 319, 330 335, 350 354, 357, 374 375, 377
  • Currie, Lauchlin, Administrative Assistant to the President, 345n
  • Dawes, Charles G., Chairman, First Committee of Experts, Reparation Commission (1924), 132n
  • Deane, John R., Major General, U.S.A., Commanding General, U.S. Military Mission, Moscow, 9, 184 185, 195, 199, 203, 206, 308n , 320, 397 406, 438n , 473n
  • de Gaulle, Charles, General, President, French Committee of National Liberation, 250, 262, 295, 299, 306, 487 488
  • Devers, Jacob L., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, North African Theater of Operations; Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater; from Sept., Commanding General, Sixth Army Group, 13, 150, 226, 232 233, 305 306
  • DeWaard, Leo J., Inspector, Post Office Department, 279n , 283
  • Dill, Sir John, Field Marshal, Head, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington; member, Combined Chiefs of Staff, 289 290, 300, 306n , 307 308, 311 312, 319, 321, 330, 354, 374, 377, 379n
  • Douglas, Lewis W., Deputy Administrator, War Shipping Administration (1942–1943), 23 24
  • Duncan, Donald B., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., Assistant Chief of Staff (Plans) to the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet; member, Joint Staff Planners and Combined Staff Planners, 350, 372
  • Dunn, James Clement, Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State; member, U.S. delegation at Dumbarton Oaks conversations, 36, 93, 260
  • Dunton, Arnold Davidson, General Manager, Canadian Wartime Information Board, 27, 288
  • Duplessis, Maurice, Premier and Attorney General of Quebec, 285, 288
  • Eaker, Ira C., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Air Commander in Chief, Mediterranean Allied Air Forces, 198, 226
  • Earle, Grace, telephone operator, the White House, 283
  • Early, Stephen T., Secretary to the President, 27, 33, 283 284, 288, 292
  • Eden, Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 37, 43 47, 92, 164 166, 175 176, 196 197, 200, 249, 261, 291 292, 296 297, 324, 330, 342, 348 350, 360, 362 364, 372, 377, 382 385, 393, 394n , 410n , 418, 490, 494n , 496 497
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D., General, U.S.A., Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, 10, 32, 40 41, 108n , 110, 151 154, 157 158, 200, 205, 218, 222 226, 229, 232 237, 281, 301 302, 304 306, 309 310, 313, 357, 380, 404, 428 429, 436 437, 464, 471n , 472
  • Elsey, George M., Lieutenant, U.S.N.R., Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President, 73n , 145 158, 216 218, 279
  • Esperancilla, Irineo, Chief Steward, U.S.N., 25
  • Everest, Frank F., Brigadier General, U.S.A., senior Army Air Forces member, Joint War Plans Committee, 372
  • Fairchild, Muir S., Major General, U.S.A., member, Joint Strategic Survey Committee, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 372, 374
  • Felix, Archduke of Austria, 292, 367
  • Fife, James, Jr., Captain, U.S.N., attached to the staff of the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet; member, Joint Staff Planners and Combined Staff Planners, 350, 372
  • Fiset, Sir Eugene, Major General, Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, 285, 289 290
  • Fitch, Aubrey W., Vice Admiral, U.S.N., Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air), 352n
  • Forrestal, James V., Secretary of the Navy, 157
  • Fox, George A., Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N., assistant to the personal physician to the President, 25, 283
  • Frankfurter, Felix, Associate Justice, Supreme Court, 492n
  • Fredericks, Charles W., Secret Service Agent, 25, 283
  • Gauss, Clarence E., Ambassador to China, 460n
  • George VI, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 5, 11, 15
  • Goebbels, Joseph, German Reich Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, 92 93, 489
  • Goering, Hermann, Reich Marshal, Minister President for Prussia; German Reich Minister for Air; Commander in Chief of the Luftwaffe, 92 93, 489
  • Gousev. See Gusev, Fedor Tarasovich.
  • Grantham, Guy, Captain. R.N., member, Joint Planning Staff, British Chiefs of Staff, 350
  • Graves, Edwin D., Jr., Captain, U.S.N., Deputy Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Deputy U.S. Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff, 287, 290, 300, 307, 312, 319, 330, 354, 372, 374
  • Gray, Cecil W., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 298
  • Greer, DeWitt, Major, U.S.A., Communications Officer, White House Map Room, 283, 287
  • Grew, Joseph C., Director, Office of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, 250 251, 260
  • Gromyko, Andrey Andreyevich, Soviet Ambassador to the United States; head, Soviet delegation at Dumbarton Oaks conversations, 200n , 202n , 425, 427n
  • Gusev, Fedor Tarasovich, Soviet Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Soviet Representative, European Advisory Commission, 385
  • Hachmeister, Louise, chief telephone operator, the White House, 283
  • Hadow, Robert Henry, Counselor, British Embassy, Washington, 165
  • Halifax, Earl of, British Ambassador to the United States, 36 37, 47, 161, 165, 197, 247, 249 251, 253
  • Halsey, William F., Jr., Admiral, U.S.N., Commander, Third Fleet; Commander, Western Pacific Task Forces, 358
  • Handy, Thomas T., Major General, Assistant Chief of Staff, U.S. Army; Chief, Operations Division, War Department General Staff, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 358n , 372, 374
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 9 10, 183, 195 196, 198 200, 203, 307, 312, 328, 371, 397 398, 405 406, 437n , 473n , 478n
  • Harwood, Herbert, Special Passenger Agent, New York Central Railroad, 279n , 283
  • Hassett, William D., Secretary to the President, 481
  • Helfrich, C. E. L., Vice Admiral, R.N.N., Commander in Chief, Netherlands Forces in the Far East, 451
  • Hilldring, John H., Major General, U.S.A., Director, Civil Affairs Division, War Department Special Staff, 76n , 90, 93, 421
  • Himmler, Heinrich, German Reich Minister of Interior; Chief, German Police; leader, National Socialist Elite Guard, 92 93, 489
  • Hitler, Adolf, Führer and Chancellor of the German Reich; Reich Minister of Defense; Commander in Chief, German Armed Forces, 18, 79, 84, 92 93, 112, 239, 281, 299, 317, 489 490
  • Hollis, Leslie Chasemore, Major General, Royal Marines, Senior Assistant Secretary, British War Cabinet, 290, 300, 307, 312, 319, 330, 354, 374, 377
  • Hopkins, Harry L., Special Assistant to the President; member, Cabinet Committee on Germany:
  • Horthy de Nagybánya, Nicholas, Admiral, Regent of Hungary, 368
  • Hoying Edwin L., Chief Yeoman, U.S.N.R., attached to White House Map Room, 25, 35, 283, 294
  • Hughes Hallett, Cecil Charles, Captain, R.N., member, Joint Administrative Planning Staff, British Chiefs of Staff, 350, 352
  • Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State; member Cabinet Committee on Germany:
  • Hull, Lytle, 481
  • Inönü, Ismet, President of Turkey, 3
  • Ismay, Sir Hastings, General, Deputy Secretary (Military), British War Cabinet; Chief of Staff to the British Minister of Defence; member, British Chiefs of Staff Committee, 286, 288, 290, 300, 307, 312, 319, 330, 354, 358, 374, 377, 456 457, 477n , 481
  • Jeanneney, Jules, Minister of State in the French Committee of National Liberation, 488
  • Jebb, Gladwyn, Head, Reconstruction Department, British Foreign Office; member, British delegation at Dumbarton Oaks conversations, 45
  • Jones, George Clarence, Vice Admiral, R.C.N., Chief, Canadian Naval Staff, 289
  • Jones, J. Wesley, Foreign Service officer attached to the Division of Southern European Affairs, Department of State, 412n
  • Jones, Marvin, Administrator, War Food Administration, 172, 412
  • Károlyi, Count Mihály, President, Republic of Hungary (1919); Secretary, Hungarian Council, London, 368
  • Kelly, Sir David, British Ambassador to Argentina, 164
  • Kerr, Sir Archibald Clark, British Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 9, 196, 198n , 200 203, 205, 401n , 478n
  • Kerssenbrock, Countess Therese, lady in waiting to the Empress Zita of Austria, 292, 367
  • Kesselring, Albert von, Field Marshal, Commander in Chief, German forces in Italy, 227, 231, 314, 378, 436, 472, 478
  • Keynes, Lord, member, Consultative Council to the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, 360, 482
  • King, Ernest J., Admiral, U.S.N., Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, Chief of Naval Operations; member, Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 174n , 181, 287 289, 300, 303 304, 307 309, 311 312, 317 319, 322, 330, 332 334, 341, 350, 354, 357, 359, 372 375, 377 379, 382
  • King, William Lyon Mackenzie, Canadian Prime Minister and Secretary of State for External Affairs, 11, 15, 22, 27, 33 35, 285 286, 288 290, 292 293, 299, 306, 311, 346, 349, 364 365, 383 384
  • Kinkaid, Thomas C., Vice Admiral, U.S.N., Commander, Seventh Fleet, 351n
  • Kirk, Alexander C., U.S. Representative, Advisory Council for Italy, 207 208, 411 412, 495n
  • Kleffens, Eelco N. van, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands Government in exile, established at London, 451 452
  • Kniffin, Ogden, Captain, U.S.A., attached to White House Map Room, 36
  • Komorowski, Tadeusz. See Bór, General.
  • Kuh, Frederick, London correspondent, Chicago Sun-Times, 21
  • Kun, Béla, leader of a Communist dictatorship in Hungary (1919), 368
  • Kung, H. H., Chinese Minister of Finance; Vice President, Executive Yuan, 39
  • Kuter, Laurence S., Major General, U.S.A., Assistant Chief of Air Staff (Plans), Headquarters, Army Air Forces, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 372, 374
  • La Guardia, Fiorello H., Mayor, New York City, 42, 319, 418
  • Land, Emory S., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., (retired), Administrator, War Shipping Administration; Chairman, Maritime Commission; U.S. member, Combined Shipping Adjustment Board, 23 24, 29, 42, 181, 290, 323 324, 326
  • Law, Richard Kidston, Minister of State, British Foreign Office, 45, 164 165, 176, 291 292, 342, 346, 349, 364
  • Laycock, Robert Edward, Major General, Royal Engineers, British Chief of Combined Operations, 286, 288, 290, 300, 307, 312, 319, 330, 354, 374, 377, 379
  • Leahy, William D., Admiral, U.S.N., Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy; member, Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Chiefs of Staff:
  • Leathers, Lord, British Minister of War Transport, 23 24, 29, 42, 285, 289n , 290, 301, 324, 327, 356, 381, 457 459, 481
  • Leckie, Robert, Air Marshal, R.C.A.F., Chief, Canadian Air Staff, 289, 379n
  • Legge, Barnwell R., Brigadier General, U.S.A., Military Attaché, American Embassy, Bern, 302n
  • Léopold III, King of the Belgians, 369
  • Lincoln, George A., Colonel, U.S.A., Deputy Chief (Ground), Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff, 372
  • Lindsay, Richard C., Brigadier General, U.S.A., attached to Headquarters, Army Air Forces; member, Joint Staff Planners and Combined Staff Planners, 372
  • Llewellin, John Jestyn, British Minister of Food, 163n
  • Long, Breckinridge, Assistant Secretary of State, 44
  • Long, Dewey E., Transportation Officer, the White House, 283
  • Luxford, Ansel F., Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, 86n
  • Lyttelton, Oliver, British Minister of Production, 18
  • MacArthur, Douglas, General, U.S.A., Commander in Chief, Southwest Pacific Area; Supreme Commander of Allied Forces, Southwest Pacific, 17n , 246, 257, 315, 334 335, 351, 358, 384
  • MacDonald, Malcolm, British High Commissioner to Canada, 288
  • MacDougall, Donald, Chief Adviser to the British Paymaster-General, Prime Minister’s Statistical Branch, 328 330, 347
  • MacFarlane, Sir Frank Mason-, Lieutenant General, Chief Commissioner, Allied Control Commission for Italy, 417
  • Mackenzie King. See King, William Lyon Mackenzie.
  • Maclay, John Scott, Acting Head, British Merchant Shipping Mission, Washington, 290
  • Maclean, Donald Duart, Second Secretary, British Embassy, Washington, 253 254
  • Macmillan, Harold, British Minister Resident, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta; British High Commissioner in Italy, 42, 297, 417 418
  • Macready, Gordon Nevil, Lieutenant General, Plead, British Army Staff, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington, 289, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354, 374
  • Marshall, George C., General, U.S.A., Chief of Staff, U.S. Army; member, Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 3, 255
  • Martin, John Miller, Principal Private Secretary to the British Prime Minister, 289, 481 482, 490n , 492n
  • Massigli, René, Commissioner for Foreign Affairs in the French Committee of National Liberation, 247, 249, 251, 253
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State, 38 39, 73n , 76, 90 91, 93, 108, 110n , 123, 195 196, 247, 249n , 253 254, 325, 485 486, 487n
  • McCloy, John J., Assistant Secretary of War, 76, 90 91, 93, 108 109, 110n , 123, 296, 421
  • McCormick, Lyude D., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., Assistant Chief of Naval Operation for Logistics Plans; member Joint Logistics Committee and Combined Administration Committee, 300, 307, 319, 330, 350, 354, 372, 374
  • McDill, Alexander S., Captain, U.S.N., Aide to the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, 372
  • McFarland, Andrew J., Brigadier General, U.S.A., Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff; U.S. Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff, 25, 41, 195, 196n , 287, 290, 300, 307, 312 319, 330, 354, 372, 374, 377, 399, 403, 432, 440 442, 448, 460, 466
  • McIntire, Ross T., Vice Admiral, U.S.N., Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Navy Department; Surgeon General, U.S. Navy; personal physician to the President, 3, 25, 283, 284, 288, 290, 294, 324
  • Mikołajczyk, Stanisław, Prime Minister in the Polish Government in exile, established at London, 185 188, 194 195, 204 205, 296 297, 396 397, 399, 407, 491
  • Moffat, Abbot Low, Chief, Division of Southwest Pacific Affairs, Department of State, 260 261
  • Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, 12, 198, 200 201, 398, 404 405
  • Monnet, Jean, Commissioner of Armaments, Supplies, and Reconstruction in the French Committee of National Liberation, 419, 421
  • Montgomery, Sir Bernard Law, Field Marshal, Commander in Chief, British Twenty-first Army Group, 313, 380
  • Mook, Hubertus van, Minister for Colonies in the Netherlands Government in exile, established at London, 451
  • Moore, Sarah D., Assistant Chief, Division of Coordination and Review, Department of State, 261n
  • Moorman, Dan L., General Passenger Agent, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 279n , 283, 294
  • Moran, Lord, personal physician to the British Prime Minister, 285, 289n , 290, 324, 481
  • Morgan, Sir Frederick, Lieutenant General, Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander (Designate) (1943), 145 148
  • Morgenthau, Henry, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury; member, Cabinet Committee on Germany:
  • Mountbatten, Lord Louis, Admiral, R.N., Supreme Allied Commander, Southeast Asia Command, 32, 245, 248, 250 252, 258 261, 309, 336 338, 381, 384, 447, 461, 463, 465, 480
  • Murchie, John Carl, Lieutenant General, Chief, Canadian General Staff, 285, 289, 379n
  • Murphy, Robert D., Political Adviser on German Affairs, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force, 144 145, 250
  • Mussolini, Benito, Duce del Fascismo, Italian Prime Minister and Head of Government until July 25, 1943, 494 495, 498
  • Nimitz, Chester W., Admiral, U.S.N., Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet; Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas, 17n , 358, 384
  • Nixon, Robert G., International News Service correspondent, 279n , 283
  • Noble, Sir Percy, Admiral, R.N., Head, British Admiralty Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington, 289, 300, 307, 319, 330, 350, 354, 374
  • O’Dwyer, William, Brigadier General, U.S.A., Chief, Economic Section, Allied Control Commission for Italy, 206, 210 211, 411 412
  • Offie, Carmel, Acting Political Adviser, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta, 187 188
  • Opie, Redvers, Counselor, British Embassy, Washington, 360
  • Osborne, Sir Francis D’Arcy Godolphin, British Minister to the Holy See, 188n
  • Otto, Archduke of Austria, 292, 298, 367 369
  • Papineau, Denis Benjamin, Lieutenant Colonel, Aide to the Canadian Prime Minister, 289
  • Park, Richard, Jr., Colonel, U.S.A., Assistant to the Military Aide to the President, 25, 34 35, 279n , 287
  • Pasco, H. Merrill, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S.A., Aide to the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army, 372
  • Pasvolsky, Leo, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 36
  • Patch, Alexander M., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Seventh Army, 225n , 229, 233n , 305 306
  • Pearson, Drew, newspaper columnist, 298
  • Pearson, Lester B., Canadian Ambassador to the United States, 33 35
  • Peck, Clarence R., Colonel, U.S.A., Executive Secretary, Joint Secretariat, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 372
  • Pehle, John W., Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, 86n
  • Peter II, King of Yugoslavia, 369
  • Phillips, William, Personal Representative of the President near the Government of India, 298
  • Pim, Richard Pike, Captain, R.N.V.R., officer in charge of the Prime Minister’s War Room, 287
  • Pius XII, Pope, 188
  • Playfair, Edward, Assistant Secretary, British Treasury, 360
  • Pope, Maurice Arthur, Major General, Military Staff Officer to the Canadian Prime Minister; Military Secretary, Cabinet War Committee, 289
  • Portal, Sir Charles, Marshal of the Royal Air Force, Chief of the Air Staff; member, British Chiefs of Staff Committee and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 185, 286, 288 290, 300 301, 304 305, 307 312, 317 319, 330, 332 334, 337 339, 354 355, 357, 374, 377, 398, 431n , 455n , 471n
  • Portland, Duke of, 11
  • Power, Charles Gavan, Canadian Minister of National Defence for Air; Associate Minister of National Defence, 285
  • Prettyman, Arthur S., Chief Steward, U.S.N. (retired), personal valet to the President, 283
  • Price, Boyce P., Captain, U.S.A., attached to White House Map Room, 25, 34, 279n , 287
  • Putnam, Henry W., Major, U.S.A., attached to White House Map Room, 43n
  • Quirino-Lavalle, Miguel E., Commercial Counselor, Embassy of Argentina, Washington, 167
  • Raczkiewicz, Władysław, President of the Republic in the Polish Government in exile, established at London, 181n
  • Ramsay, Sir Bertram, Admiral, R.N., Allied Naval Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, 352
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State, 427n
  • Reber, Samuel, Counselor, Office of the Political Adviser, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force, 488
  • Reed, Philip D., Chief, Mission for Economic Affairs, London, with the rank of Minister, 23 24
  • Reeves, Joseph M., Admiral, U.S.N. (retired), Liaison Officer, Lend-Lease liaison Office, Navy Department, 161
  • Reilly, Michael F., Supervising Agent, White House Secret Service Detail, 283
  • Ribbentrop, Joachim von, German Reich Minister of Foreign Affairs, 92 93, 489
  • Riddleberger, James W., Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, Department of State, 73n , 80 85, 90 91, 93 97
  • Rigdon, William M., Lieutenant (jg), U.S.N., Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President, 25, 279, 283, 294
  • Roberts, Frank N., Brigadier General, U.S.A., Chief, Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff: member, Joint Staff Planners and Combined Staff Planners, 372
  • Romagna, Jack, Press Conference Reporter, the White House, 283, 294
  • Romer, Tadeusz, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Polish Government in exile, established at London, 186 187
  • Ronald, Nigel Bruce, Acting Assistant Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office, 168
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor, President Roosevelt’s wife, 29 30, 38, 284 286, 288 291, 294, 299, 306, 311, 323, 346n , 481 482
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., President of the United States; Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy:
  • Rumelt, Ruthjane, secretary to the Secretary to the President, 283, 292
  • St. Laurent, Louis, Canadian Minister of Justice and Attorney General, 285
  • Salazar, Antonio de Oliveira, President, Portuguese Council of Ministers; Minister of Foreign Affairs and War, 230
  • Schoenfeld, Rudolf E., Chargé d’Affaires, American Embassies to the Governments in exile of the Netherlands and Poland, London, 185, 204n , 407, 451 452
  • Seymour, Sir Horace, British Ambassador to China, 460n
  • Simon, Lord, British Lord Chancellor, 91 93, 467, 489n
  • Slavin, Nikolay Vasilyevich, Lieutenant General, attached to Red Army General Staff, 9
  • Smith, Merriman, United Press correspondent, 279n , 283
  • Smith, Walter Bedell, Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Chief of Staff to the Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, 313
  • Smith, William W., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., Director, Naval Transportation Service, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; member, Joint Military Transportation Committee and Combined Military Transportation Committee, 290
  • Snyder, Montford L., Master Sergeant, U.S.A., personal chauffeur to the President, 283
  • Somervell, Brehon B., Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Army Service Forces, 288, 300 301, 307, 319, 330, 354, 356, 372, 374 375, 457 459
  • Sosnkowski, Kazimierz, General, Commander in Chief, Polish Armed Forces, 187 188
  • Spaatz, Carl, Lieutenant General, U.S.A., Commanding General, U.S. Strategic Air Force in Europe, 200, 226, 309 310, 397 398, 404 406, 431n , 471n
  • Spaman, Guy H., Assistant Supervising Agent, White House Secret Service Detail, 283
  • Stalin, Iosif Vissarionovich, Marshal of the Soviet Union, Chairman, Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union, 280, 299, 325n , 327
    • Allied invasion of southern France, Roosevelt credit to Stalin for conception of, 313
    • Churchill: Attitude toward at Tehran Conference, 369; conference with (1944), 489n ; correspondence with, 384n
    • Coordination of U.S.-Soviet-British military efforts, 9, 183 184, 307, 402, 437, 473
    • Germany: Proposal for informing Stalin about Morgenthau Plan, 371; war criminals, 91n , 467, 489
    • Holy See, 369
    • Japan, undertaking to go to war against, 317, 349
    • Poland: Attitude toward, 194 195; draft of joint message to Stalin regarding Polish Government, 297; Warsaw uprising, 185, 188, 190n , 296, 407
    • Quebec Conference, Second: Question regarding discussion of political subjects in absence of Stalin, 44; report to Stalin on results of conference, 341, 355 356, 382, 478 479, 490 491
    • Roosevelt attitude toward, 368
    • Tripartite meeting, proposal for, 10 12, 14 15, 280, 295
    • United Nations organization, voting formula in Security Council of, 348n , 383, 424 425
    • Wartime planning and cooperation, 198 199
  • Stark, Harold R., Admiral, U.S.N., Commander, U.S. Naval Forces in Europe, 352
  • Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., Under Secretary of State and at times Acting Secretary of State; head, U.S. delegation at Dumbarton Oaks conversations; Agricultural surpluses, 162n ; Argentina, 164 166, 176; Germany: Postwar treatment of, 90, zones of occupation, 154 157, 385; Hyde Park meeting between Roosevelt and Churchill. 47n ; United Nations organization, voting formula in Security Council of, 348n , 362 363, 424n , 425 427; Warsaw uprising, 296n
  • Stilwell, Joseph W., General, U.S.A., Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces, China-Burma-India Theater; Chief of Staff to the Supreme Commander, China Theater; Acting Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Southeast Asia Command, 314, 374, 376, 380, 381n , 460, 465, 479n
  • Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of War; member, Cabinet Committee on Germany, 97, 492n ; occupation and postwar treatment of Germany, 76 77, 98 100, 109, 110n , 123 128, 157, 325, 362n , 482 485
  • Stone, Ellery W., Captain, U.S.N.R., Deputy Chief Commissioner, Allied Control Commission for Italy, 417
  • Stoner, Frank E., Brigadier General, U.S.A., Chief, Army Communications Service, Army Service Forces, 358n
  • Stroop, Paul D., Captain, U.S.N., attached to staff of the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, 350
  • Suckley, Margaret, Librarian, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 284, 481
  • Taft, Charles P., Director, Office of Wartime Economic Affairs, Department of State, 347
  • Taylor, Myron C., personal representative of the President to Pope Pius XII, 206, 368 369, 411
  • Tedder, Sir Arthur, Air Chief Marshal, R.A.F., Deputy Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, 309
  • Thompson, Charles Rolfe, Commander, R.N., Personal Assistant to the British Minister of Defence, 289, 291, 346, 481
  • Thompson, Malvina, personal secretary to Mrs. Roosevelt, 284, 288, 290 291, 323n
  • Tito, Marshal (Josip Broz), President, National Liberation Committee of Yugoslavia, 214, 222, 227 228, 303
  • Troubridge, Thomas Hope, Rear Admiral, R.N., Commander, Task Force 88, 232
  • Tully, Grace G., personal secretary to the President, 25, 282, 284, 290 292, 294, 323 324, 367, 369, 371, 423, 481
  • Tyree, John A., Jr., Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N., Assistant Naval Aide to the President, 35
  • Umberto, Prince of Naples, 145
  • Vandenberg, Hoyt, Major General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Ninth Air Force, 233n
  • Vasilevsky, Alexander Mikhailovich, Marshal of the Soviet Union, Chief of the Red Army General Staff, 10, 184, 402
  • Villeneuve, Rodrigue Cardinal, Archbishop of Quebec, 288
  • Walsh, Robert L., Major General, U.S.A., Commanding General, Eastern Command (Army Air Forces in the Soviet Union), 406
  • Watson, Edwin M., Major General, U.S.A., Military Aide and Secretary to the President, 19, 25, 29, 283 284, 288, 294
  • Wedemeyer, Albert C., Major General, U.S.A., Deputy Chief of Staff, Southeast Asia Command, 246
  • Weeks, Hugh Thomas, Under Secretary, British Ministry of Production; Head, Programmes and Planning Division, Ministry of Production, 330, 347
  • Welsh, Sir William, Air Marshal, R.A.F., Head, Royal Air Force Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington, 289, 300, 307, 318, 330, 354, 374
  • White, Harry Dexter, Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, 76n , 86n , 90 91, 93, 290 291, 295, 319, 323, 326 330, 342n , 343, 346 347, 349, 359 360, 371
  • Wickard, Claude R., Secretary of Agriculture; Chairman, Combined Food Board, 162 163, 168
  • Willson, Russell, Vice Admiral, U.S.N., member, Joint Strategy Survey Committee; Chairman, Special Informal Military Group, Dumbarton Oaks conversations, 36 37, 300, 307, 319, 330, 354
  • Wilson, Sir Henry Maitland, General, Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater, 13, 32, 40 41, 187 188, 209, 216 218, 222 233, 304 306, 322, 375, 378, 411 412, 415 417, 429 430, 436 439, 472, 486n
  • Wilson, Morris W., Chancellor, McGill University, 292 293
  • Winant, John Gilbert, Ambassador to the United Kingdom; U.S. Representative, European Advisory Commission, 3, 27n , 46, 73 75, 77n , 108n , 121n , 154 156, 164 166, 168, 175 177, 185n , 200 203, 217, 254 256, 264, 385 386, 393 394, 407n , 451n , 468n , 491
  • Windsor, Duke of, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bahama Islands, 481
  • Wingate, Orde C., Major General (British) Commanding Officer, Special Force ( 3d Indian Division), 255
  • Wood, Walter A., Jr., Major General, U.S.A., Deputy Director of Plans and Operations, Army Service Forces; member, Joint Logistics Committee and Combined Administrative Committee, 372
  • Wright, Michael, Counselor, British Embassy, Washington, 253 254
  • Young, Owen D., Chairman, Committee of Experts, Reparation Commission (1929), 132n
  • Zita, former Empress of Austria, 292, 367