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(Identification of a person in this list is limited to circumstances under reference in this volume. Names of persons which appear only as the authors of books or other writings cited in the volume are not included. The symbols which precede certain names in the list provide, so far as it has been possible to ascertain, the following information: An asterisk (*) indicates presence at Yalta during the time of the conference there. A dagger (†) indicates presence at Malta during the time of the conference there.)

  • Acheson, Dean G., Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Ahi, al-Majid ’Abd, Iranian Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • al-. For names beginning al-, see the second element.
  • *† Alexander, Field Marshal Sir Harold, Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater.
  • Alexey, Tsaryevich of Russia, son of Nicholas II.
  • * Allen, Denis, First Secretary in the Northern Department of the British Foreign Office.
  • Allen, George V., Chief, Division of Middle Eastern Affairs, and Executive Officer, Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • *† Anderson, Major General Frederick L., U. S. A., Deputy Commanding General of the United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe, in Charge of Operations.
  • * Antonov, General of the Army Alexey Innokentyevich, First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Soviet Army.
  • * Archer, Rear Admiral Ernest Russell, R. N., Head of the British Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Arciszewski, Tomasz, Prime Minister of the Polish Government in London, November 1944–1947.
  • Arnold, General of the Army Henry H., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Army Air Forces.
  • * Bacha, Chief Yeoman Andrew M., U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • * Backus, Lieutenant Commander Leslie H., M. C., U. S. N. R., Medical Officer.
  • Badoglio, Marshal Pietro, Italian Prime Minister, 1943–1944.
  • Barkett, Colonel David D., U. S. A., Chief of Staff, China Combat Command (Provisional), China Theater.
  • Basisty, Vice Admiral Nikolay Efremovich, Chief of Staff of the Soviet Black Sea Fleet.
  • Bell, Daniel W., Under Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Beneš, Edvard, President of Czechoslovakia.
  • Benner, Colonel Donald W., U. S. A., assigned to Headquarters, Army Air Forces, Washington; member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Berezhkov, Valentin Mikhailovich, Secretary-Interpreter to the Soviet Delegation, Washington Conversations on International Organization (Dumbarton Oaks), and Diplomatic Courier to the Soviet Embassy in Washington, August 22–September 28, 1944; officer of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Beriya, Lavrenty Pavlovich, Deputy Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union, member of the State Defense Committee, and People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs (NKVD).
  • Berle, Adolf A., Jr., Assistant Secretary of State, 1938–1944; American Ambassador to Brazil, 1945–1946.
  • Berling, Major General Zygmunt, Commander of the Polish Forces in the Soviet Union.
  • Berry, Burton Y., American Representative in Rumania with the personal rank of Minister.
  • * Bessell, Brigadier General William W., Jr., U. S. A., Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff, and senior Army member of the Joint War Plans Committee.
  • Bidault, Georges, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Provisional Government of France.
  • Bierut, Boleslaw, President of the Provisional Legislature or National Council of the Homeland of the Lublin Polish Government.
  • * Birse, Major Arthur, Second Secretary, British Embassy, Moscow; interpreter to Prime Minister Churchill at the Yalta Conference.
  • Blakeslee, George H., Consultant to the Division of Territorial Studies, Department of State.
  • *† Blanchard, Lee B., Secretary to the Secretary of State.
  • Bloom, Sol, Member of the House of Representatives from New York.
  • *† Boettiger, Mrs. John (Anna Eleanor Roosevelt), daughter of President Roosevelt.
  • * Bogart, Colonel Frank A., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff and member of the Special Planning Staff, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Bogomolov, Alexander Efremovich, Soviet Ambassador to France.
  • *† Bogue, Lieutenant Robert W., U. S. N. R., Watch Officer, White House Map Room.
  • *† Bohlen, Charles E., Assistant to the Secretary of State; interpreter to President Roosevelt at the Yalta Conference.
  • Bonomi, Ivanoe, Italian Prime Minister.
  • Borton, Hugh, Country Specialist, Office of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bottomly, Air Vice Marshal Norman Howard, Deputy Chief of the British Air Staff (Operations).
  • Bowman, Isaiah, President of the Johns Hopkins University and Special Adviser to the Secretary of State on Post-war Problems and Plans.
  • Bradley, Lieutenant General Omar N., U. S. A., Commanding General, Twelfth Army Group.
  • Brewster, Owen, United States Senator from Maine.
  • * Bridges, Sir Edward, Secretary of the British Cabinet.
  • *† Brooke, Field Marshal Sir Alan, Chief of the British Imperial General Staff.
  • Brown, Walter, Special Assistant to the Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion.
  • *† Brown, Vice Admiral Wilson, U. S. N. (retired), Naval Aide to President Roosevelt.
  • Bujak, Franciszek, Polish economist and educator; in Poland during World War II.
  • *† Bull, Major General Harold R., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations (G–3), Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • * Burrough, Commodore Edmund W., U. S. N., member of the Staff of the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, and senior Navy member of the Joint War Plans Committee.
  • Burrows, Lieutenant General Montagu Brocas, Head of the British Military Mission to the Soviet Union, February–October 1944.
  • *† Butler, Nevile Montague, Assistant Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Btaz, Colonel, an officer of Soviet Forces, not otherwise identified.
  • Byington, Homer M., Executive Assistant to the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • *† Byrnes, James F., Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion.
  • *† Cabell, Brigadier General Charles P., U. S. A., Director of Operations and Intelligence, Mediterranean Allied Air Forces.
  • *† Cadogan, Sir Alexander, British Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Caesar, Gaius Julius, Roman general, statesman, and writer.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, American Ambassador to France.
  • *† Calinao, Chief Steward Federico, U. S. N., member of the President’s mess-man detail.
  • Campbell, Captain Colin, U. S. N., Head of the Atlantic Section, Plans Division, in the office of the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet; member of the Joint Staff Planners of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • * Campion, John E., United States Secret Service.
  • Cannon, Cavendish W., Chief, Division of Southern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • * Capel-Dunn, Colonel Denis Cuthbert, Military Assistant Secretary of the British War Cabinet.
  • Carretta, Donato, Director of the Regina Coeli prison in Rome; killed by a mob in September 1944.
  • * Carter, Rear Admiral Andrew F., U. S. N. R., Director, Petroleum and Tanker Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; Executive Officer, Joint Army-Navy Petroleum Board.
  • *† Cary, Colonel John B., U. S. A., member of the Strategy and Policy Group (Plans), Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Cassady, Rear Admiral John H., U. S. N., Assistant Deputy to the Chief of Naval Operations (Air) and member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Chang Chih-chung, Director of the Chinese Political Board of Military Affairs Council.
  • Charles, Sir Noel, British High Commissioner in Italy with the rank of Ambassador.
  • * Chase, Lieutenant Joseph, U. S. N. R., Navy member of the United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • * Cheplick, Lieutenant (jg) John, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Chernyakhovsky, Army General Ivan Danilovich, Soviet Commander of the Third Byelorussian Front.
  • Cherwell, Lord, British Paymaster-General.
  • Chiang, Kai-shek Generalissimo, President of the National Government of the Republic of China.
  • Chou En-lai, General, member of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party.
  • *† Churchill, Major Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer, Member of Parliament; son of Prime Minister Churchill.
  • *† Churchill, Winston S. , Member of Parliament, British Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury, and Minister of Defence.
  • Ciechanowski, Jan, Polish Ambassador to the United States.
  • Citrine, Sir Walter, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress.
  • *† Clark, Commander Robert N. S., U. S. N., Aide to the Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the United States Army and Navy.
  • Clark Kerr. See Kerr.
  • Clayton, William L., Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Clemenceau, Georges Eugène Benjamin, French Premier, 1906–1909, 1917–1920.
  • *† Coleridge, Commander the Honorable Richard Duke, R. N., Deputy Secretary, British Joint Staff Mission in Washington, and British Deputy Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Comp, Captain Charles O., U. S. N., Commanding Officer of the U. S. S. Catoctin.
  • *† Conn, George T., Administrative Officer, Department of State.
  • Connally, Tom, United States Senator from Texas.
  • Conrad, Lieutenant (jg) A. L., U. S. N. R., White House courier.
  • Considine, Colonel William S., U. S. A., attached to the Manhattan District project.
  • *† Cooke, Vice Admiral Charles M., Jr., U. S. N., Chief of Staff and Aide to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • Cooper, Alfred Duff, British Ambassador to France.
  • Copernicus, Nikolaus, sixteenth-century Polish astronomer.
  • *† Cornelius, Chief Warrant Officer Albert M., U. S. A., member of the President’s party.
  • *† Cornwall-Jones, Brigadier Arthur Thomas, Secretary, British Joint Staff Mission in Washington, and British Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Crowley, Leo T., Administrator, Foreign Economic Administration.
  • *† Cunningham, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Andrew, Bart., R. N., British First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff.
  • Cunningham, Admiral Sir John, R. N., British Commander in Chief, Mediterranean, and Allied Naval Commander, Mediterranean.
  • Curzon of Kedleston, Marquess, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919–1924.
  • Daladier, Edouard, French Minister of National Defense and Minister of Foreign Affairs, 1940.
  • Daniels, Jonathan W., Administrative Assistant to President Roosevelt.
  • Darlan, Admiral Jean Louis Xavier François, High Commissioner of French North and West Africa; assassinated at Algiers December 24, 1942.
  • Davies, Joseph E., American lawyer and diplomat; Special Envoy of President Roosevelt to confer with Marshal Stalin, May–June 1943.
  • *† Dean, Colonel Fred M., U. S. A., Executive Assistant to the Commanding General, Army Air Forces.
  • * Deane, Major General John R., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • * Deckard, Wilmer K., United States Secret Service.
  • De Gaulle, General Charles, President of the Council of Ministers of the Provisional Government of France.
  • *† Dixon, Pierson, Principal Private Secretary to the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • * Dornin, Commander Robert E., U. S. N., member of the Staff of the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • *† Dorsey, John H., United States Secret Service.
  • Dufton, Lieutenant Commander Walter S., U. S. N., Executive Officer of the U. S. S. Catoctin.
  • *† Duncan, Rear Admiral Donald B., U. S. N., Assistant Chief of Staff (Plans) to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet; member of the Joint Staff Planners of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Dunn, James C, Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State, January–December 1944; Assistant Secretary of State, December 1944–July 1946.
  • Durbrow, Elbridge, Chief, Division of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • *† Early, Stephen, Secretary to President Roosevelt.
  • Eaton, Charles A., Member of the House of Representatives from New Jersey.
  • Eddy, Colonel William A., U. S. M. C. (retired), American Minister to Saudi Arabia.
  • *† Eden, Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Edwards, Vice Admiral Richard S., U. S. N., Deputy Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, and Deputy Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Eggleston, Sir Frederic, Australian Minister to the United States.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D., U. S. A., Commanding General, European Theater of Operations, and Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • Escalante, Diógenes, Venezuelan Ambassador to the United States.
  • *† Estrada, Chief Steward Pio, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Everest, Brigadier General Frank F., U. S. A., senior Air Force member of the Joint War Plans Committee.
  • Farouk I, King of Egypt.
  • Fite, Katherine B., Assistant to the Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • *† Floresca, Chief Cook Mariano, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • *† Flynn, Edward J., Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, 1940–1942.
  • *† Foote, Wilder, Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Forbes, Alastair, British writer.
  • Forrestal, James, Secretary of the Navy.
  • Fosdick, Dorothy, Assistant to the Associate Chief, Division of International Security and Organization, Department of State.
  • Gallacher, William, Communist Member of the British Parliament.
  • Gallman, Waldemar J., Counselor, American Embassy, London.
  • George II, King of the Hellenes.
  • Gildersleeve, Virginia C, Dean of Barnard College.
  • Giraud, General Henri Honore Commanding General of the French Twenty-first Army Region.
  • Goebbels, Joseph, German Minister for Public Enlightenment.
  • Goering, Reich Marshal Hermann, German Minister for Aviation.
  • * Golunsky, Sergey Alexandrovich, Soviet Consultant on International Law, assigned to the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs.
  • Grabski, Stanislaw, Speaker of the National Council of the Polish Government in London (resigned November 1944).
  • *† Graham, Ralph L., Secretary to the Secretary of State.
  • *† Graves, Captain Edwin D., Jr., U. S. N., Deputy Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and United States Deputy Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • *† Greer, Major DeWitt, U. S. A., in charge of the White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • Grendal, Colonel General Dmitry Davidovich, Chief of the Intelligence Directorate of the Soviet Army Air Force.
  • Grew, Joseph C, Under Secretary of State, December 1944–August 1945.
  • * Griffith, James H., United States Secret Service.
  • * Gromyko, Andrey Andreyevich, Soviet Ambassador to the United States.
  • Gromyko, Madam Lydia (Grinevich), wife of Ambassador Gromyko.
  • Groves, Major General Leslie R., U. S. A., Commanding General, Manhattan District project.
  • * Gryzlov, Lieutenant General Anatoly Alekseyevich, Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Soviet Army.
  • Gunther, Christian E., Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • * Gusev, Fedor Tarasovich, Soviet Ambassador to the United Kingdom and representative on the European Advisory Commission.
  • Hackworth, Green H., Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Halifax, The Earl of, British Ambassador to the United States.
  • Handy, Lieutenant General Thomas T., U. S, A., Deputy Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Hansell, Brigadier General Haywood S., Jr., U. S. A., Commanding General of the Twenty-first Bomber Command.
  • Harmon, Lieutenant General Millard F., U. S. A., Commanding General, Army Air Forces, Pacific Ocean Area, and Deputy Commander of the Twentieth Air Force.
  • * Harriman, Kathleen, daughter of Ambassador Harriman.
  • *† Harriman, W. Averell, American Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • * Harrison, Geoffrey Wedgwood, First Secretary in the German Department of the British Foreign Office.
  • *† Hastings, Robert R., United States Secret Service.
  • Hess, Rudolf, German Minister without Portfolio and Representative (Stell-vertreter) of Hitler (to 1941).
  • Hewitt, Vice Admiral Henry K., U. S. N., Commander, Eighth Fleet.
  • Hickenlooper, Bourke B., United States Senator from Iowa.
  • Hickerson, John D., Chief, Division of British Commonwealth Affairs, Department of State, January-December 1944; Deputy Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State, December 1944–August 1947.
  • Hill, Major General Edmund W., U. S. A., Chief of the Air Division, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Hill, Lister, United States Senator from Alabama.
  • Hilldring, Major General John H., U. S. A., Director, Civil Affairs Division, War Department Special Staff.
  • Himmler, Heinrich, Chief of the German Elite Guard (SS) and of the Secret State Police (Gestapo).
  • *† Hiss, Alger, Special Assistant to the Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State, May–October 1944; Deputy Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State, November 1944–March 1945; Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State, March 1945–January 1947.
  • Hitler, Adolf, Chancellor of the German Reich.
  • Holmes, Major General Noel Galway, Deputy Quarter-Master-General of the British War Office.
  • Holmes, Robert E., United States Secret Service.
  • *† Hopkins, Harry L., Special Assistant to President Roosevelt.
  • *† Hopkins, Sergeant Robert, son of Harry L. Hopkins.
  • Horne, Vice Admiral Frederick J., U. S. N., Vice Chief of Naval Operations and Chairman, Army-Navy Petroleum Board.
  • Horthy, Admiral Miklos, Regent of Hungary, 1920–1944.
  • * Houghton, Lieutenant C. Norris, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State, 1933–1944.
  • *† Hull, Major General John E., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Hurley, Major General Patrick J., U. S. A., American Ambassador to China.
  • Hyde, Louis K., Jr., Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Inönü, Ismet, President of Turkey.
  • Ireland, Colonel Ray W., U. S. A., Acting Deputy Chief of Staff, Headquarters, Air Transport Command.
  • *† Ismay, General Sir Hastings Lionel, British Chief of Staff to the Minister of Defence and Deputy Secretary (Military) to the War Cabinet.
  • *† Jacob, Major General Ian, Military Assistant Secretary to the British War Cabinet.
  • * Jebb, Gladwyn, Head of the Reconstruction Department of the British Foreign Office, with the rank of Counsellor.
  • Joan of Arc , fifteenth-century French heroine.
  • Juin, General Alphonse Pierre, Chief of the French General Staff of National Defense.
  • Kalinin, Mikhail Ivanovich, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Soviet Union.
  • Kauffman, Henrik de, Danish Minister to the United States.
  • * Kavtaradze, Sergey Ivanovich, Deputy People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Kellogg, Frank B., Secretary of State, 1925–1929.
  • Kennan, George F., Counselor, American Embassy, Moscow.
  • * Kerr, Sir Archibald Clark, British Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • Kesselring, Field Marshal Albert, German Commanding General of the Southwestern Theater of War.
  • * Keusseff, Lieutenant Demitri P., U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • * Khudyakov, Marshal of Aviation Sergey Vladimirovich, Deputy Chief of the Soviet Air Staff.
  • * Kimack, Lieutenant (jg) Michael, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • *† King, Fleet Admiral Ernest J., U. S. N., Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, and Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Kirk, Alexander C, American representative with the rank of Ambassador, Advisory Council for Italy, April–December 1944; political adviser to the Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater; Ambassador to Italy, December 1944–October 1946.
  • * Kloock, Lieutenant (jg) Warren K., U. S. N. R., White House courier.
  • Konev, Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Stepanovich, Commander of the First Ukrainian Front. Koo, Wellington, Chinese Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • * Korniloff, Yeoman Third Class Nicholas, Jr., U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • * Kostrinsky, Captain, Third Rank, Mikhail Ilyich, Deputy Chief of Foreign Relations (Liaison) of the Soviet Navy.
  • * Koval, Yeoman Third Class Russell, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Krasnov , a Russian architect, not otherwise identified.
  • Krock, Arthur, Washington correspondent for The New York Times.
  • Krolenko, Lieutenant General Nikolay Ivanovich, Chief of the Operations Directorate and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Soviet Army Air Force.
  • * Kucherov, Vice Admiral Stepan Grigoryevich, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Soviet Navy.
  • *† Kuter, Major General Laurence S., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans, United States Army Air Forces; at the Malta and Yalta Conferences represented General of the Army Arnold, who was ill.
  • Kutrzeba, Stanislaw M., Polish jurist, historian, and educator; in Poland during World War II.
  • * Kuznetsov, Fleet Admiral Nikolay Gerasimovich, People’s Commissar of the Soviet Navy.
  • Kwapiński, Jan, Deputy Prime Minister of the Polish Government in London, 1943–1944; appointed Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Shipping and Acting Minister of Finance of the Polish Government in London, November 1944.
  • Laflen, Lieutenant Commander Edward C., S. C, U. S. N. R., Supply Officer of the U. S. S. Catoctin.
  • *† Land, Vice Admiral Emory S., U. S. N. (retired), War Shipping Administrator, Chairman of the United States Maritime Commission, and United States member of the Combined Shipping Adjustment Board.
  • Lane, Arthur B., American Ambassador to Poland.
  • * Lang, Technical Sergeant George J., U. S. A., secretary to General Kuter.
  • Lash . See Lausche, Frank J.
  • Lausche, Frank J., Governor of Ohio.
  • Law, Richard Kidston, British Minister of State.
  • *† Laycock, Major General Robert Edward, British Chief of Combined Operations.
  • *† Leahy, Fleet Admiral William D., U. S. N., Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the United States Army and Navy.
  • *† Leathers, Lord, British Minister of War Transport.
  • Lehman, Herbert H., Director General, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
  • Lenin, Nikolay (Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov), leader of the Bolshevik Revolution of October-November 1917; Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union, 1917–1924.
  • Lbvandovich, Major General Stepan Timofeyevich, member of the Soviet Army Air Force Staff.
  • Lie, Trygve, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Lincoln, Abraham, President of the United States, 1861–1865.
  • *† Lincoln, Colonel George A., U. S. A. (Brigadier General January 16, 1945), Chief of the Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff, and member of the Joint Staff Planners of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • *† Lindsay, Brigadier General Richard C., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Plans, Headquarters, Army Air Forces, and member of the Joint Staff Planners of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Lloyd, Air Vice Marshal Sir Hugh Pughe, British Air Officer Commanding the Mediterranean Command.
  • *† Long, Dewey E., White House Transportation Officer.
  • *† Loutzenheiser, Brigadier General Joe L., U. S. A., Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans, Army Air Forces.
  • Lukomski, Stanislaw, Bishop of Lomaa, in Bialystok Province; in Poland during World War II.
  • * Lunghi, Captain Hugh, British Interpreter.
  • Luxford, Ansel F., Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Lynch, Robert J., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • MacArthur, General of the Army Douglas, U. S. A., Commander, United States Army Forces in the Far East, and Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area.
  • Maclean, Brigadier Fitzroy Hew, Commanding the British Military Mission to the Yugoslav Partisans.
  • MacLeish, Archibald, Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Macmillan, Harold, Member of Parliament, British Minister Resident at Allied Force Headquarters, Mediterranean Theater, and Acting President of the Allied Commission, Italy.
  • Macready, Lieutenant General Gordon, Head of the Army Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission in Washington.
  • * Maisky, Ivan Mikhailovich, Deputy People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Malinin, Nikolai, Soviet journalist.
  • Maniu, Iuliu, President of the National Peasant Party of Rumania.
  • Mao Tse-tung, Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party.
  • * Maples, Captain Houston L., U. S. N., Navy member, Special Planning Staff, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • *† Marshall, General of the Army George C., U. S. A., Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Masaryk, Jan, Foreign Minister of the Czechoslovak Government in London.
  • Massigli, Rene, French Ambassador to the United Kingdom and representative on the European Advisory Commission.
  • *† Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State, January–December 1944; Director, Office of European. Affairs, Department of State, December 1944–November 1946.
  • Mayer, Rene, French Minister of Transport and Public Works.
  • *† McCarthy, Colonel Frank, U. S. A., Secretary of the War Department General Staff.
  • McCloy, John J., Assistant Secretary of War.
  • *† McCormick, Rear Admiral Lynde D., U. S. N., Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Logistic Plans and member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • McDermott, Michael J., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State (Press Relations).
  • *† McDill, Captain Alexander S., U. S. N., Aide to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • *† McFarland, Brigadier General Andrew J., U. S. A., Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and United States Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • *† McIntire, Vice Admiral Ross T., M. C., U. S. N., Surgeon General, United States Navy, and physician to President Roosevelt.
  • McNarney, Lieutenant General Joseph T., U. S. A., Commanding General of the United States Army Air Forces, Mediterranean Theater, and Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater.
  • *† McRae, Lieutenant Colonel William A., U. S. A., member of the Advisory Council to the Commanding General, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.
  • Medina Angarita, Isaias, President of Venezuela.
  • Mihailović, General Draža, Leader of the Yugoslav Nationalist Guerrilla Forces.
  • Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, Prime Minister of the Polish Government in London (resigned November 1944) and subsequently leader of the Polish Peasant Party (in exile).
  • Mikoyan, Anatas Ivanovich, People’s Commissar for Foreign Trade of the Soviet Union.
  • * Miller, Staff Sergeant Arthur, U. S. A., secretary to Major General Kuter.
  • Millspaugh, Arthur C, American Administrator General of Finances, Iran.
  • * Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Monnet, Jean, Head of the French Economic Mission in Washington, 1944–1945.
  • Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Bernard, Commander in Chief, British Twenty-first Army Group.
  • Morgenthatu, Henry, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Morris, Leland B., American Ambassador to Iran.
  • Mosely, Philip E., Chief, Division of Territorial Studies, Department of State; Political Adviser to the United States Delegation, European Advisory Commission.
  • Mountbatten, Admiral Lord Louis, R. N., Supreme Commander, Southeast Asia Theater.
  • Mowrer, Edgar A., newspaper columnist and radio commentator.
  • Murphy, Robert D., American Political Adviser on German Affairs with the personal rank of Ambassador, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • al-Nahas, Mustafa, Pasha, leader of the Egyptian WAFD Party.
  • Nelson, Donald M., Chairman, War Production Board, February 1942–October 1944.
  • Nemec, Frantisek, Czechoslavak Minister of Liberated Territories, September 1944–April 1945.
  • * Nestoruk, Yeoman Second Class Alexis, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Newton, Nelson, Executive Assistant to the Under Secretary of State.
  • Nicholas II, Tsar of Russia, 1894–1917.
  • Nikolay, Metropolitan of Krutitski and Kolomna and Deputy Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.
  • Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Chester W., U. S. N., Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Areas.
  • Norstad, Brigadier General Lauris, U. S. A., Deputy Chief of Air Staff, Headquarters, Army Air Forces, and Chief of Staff of the Twentieth Air Force.
  • Notter, Harley A., Chief, Division of International Security and Organization, Department of State, January-October 1944; Adviser, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State, November 1944–January 1948.
  • Novikov, Chief Marshal of Aviation Alexander Alexandrovich, Commanding General of the Soviet Army Air Force.
  • * Novikov, Kirill Vasilyevich, member of the Collegium of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, and Chief of the Second European Division.
  • *† O’Driscoll, Daniel J., United States Secret Service.
  • *† Oliver, Section Officer Sarah (Churchill), Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, daughter of Prime Minister Churchill.
  • * Olsen, Rear Admiral Clarence E., U. S. N., Chief of the Navy Division, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Osóbka-Morawski, Edward Boleslaw, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Lublin Provisional Polish Government.
  • * Page, Edward, Jr., Second Secretary and Consul, American Embassy, Moscow; secretary and interpreter at the Yalta Conference.
  • *† Park, Colonel Richard, Jr., U. S. A., Assistant Military Aide to President Roosevelt.
  • Pasvolsky, Leo, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1939–1946; also Executive Director, Committee on Post-war Programs, 1944.
  • Patterson, Richard C, Jr., American Ambassador to Yugoslavia.
  • Paulus, Field Marshal Friedrich, German prisoner of war in the Soviet Union.
  • * Pavlov, Vladimir Nikolayevich, Personal Secretary and Interpreter to Marshal Stalin.
  • Pearson, Lester Bowles, Canadian Ambassador to the United States.
  • *† Peck, Colonel Clarence R., U. S. A., Executive Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Pehle, John W., Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury and Executive Director of the War Refugee Board.
  • Pell, Herbert C, United States member, United Nations War Crimes Commission.
  • Peter II, King of Yugoslavia.
  • * Peterson, Burrill A., United States Secret Service.
  • Petrov, Army General Ivan Efimovich, Soviet Commander of the Fourth Ukrainian Front.
  • Plastiras, General Nikolaos, Greek Prime Minister.
  • Plitt, Edwin A., Chief, Special War Problems Division, Department of State.
  • *† Portal, Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Charles, British Chief of Air Staff.
  • Potocki, Count, Polish nobleman, not otherwise identified.
  • Potrubach, Mikhail Mikhailovich, officer of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, with the rank of First Secretary, Second Class.
  • *† Putnam, Major Henry W., U. S. A., member of the President’s party.
  • Raczkiewicz, Wladyslaw, President of the Polish Government in London.
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • *† Reilly, Michael F., United States Secret Service.
  • Repin, Colonel General Alexander Konstantinovich, Chief Engineer and Chief of the Aviation Engineering Service of the Soviet Army Air Force.
  • Richmond, Major William F., U. S. A., attached to the Five Hundred and Third Army Air Forces Base Unit as a Special Missions Pilot.
  • *† Riddell-Webster, General Sir Thomas, British Quarter-Master-General to the Forces, War Office.
  • Riddleberger, James W., Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, Department of State.
  • *† Rigdon, Lieutenant (jg) William M., U. S. N., Secretary and Administrative Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President.
  • * Ritchie, Colonel William L., U. S. A., Army Air Force member, Special Planning Staff, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • *† Robb, Air Marshal Sir James, Deputy Chief of Staff (Air), Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • * Roberts, Frank, Counsellor, British Embassy, Moscow.
  • * Roberts, Brigadier General Frank N., U. S. A., Chief of Staff and Head of the Special Planning Staff, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A., Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Rokossovsky, Marshal of the Soviet Union Konstantin Konstantinovich, Commander of the Second Byelorussian Front.
  • Rola-Zymierski, Michal, Commander in Chief of Polish Forces and Minister of National Defense in the Lublin Polish Government.
  • * Romanow, Lieutenant (jg) John P., U. S. N., Interpreter.
  • Romer, Tadeusz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Polish Government in London (resigned November 1944).
  • *† Roosevelt, Franklin D., President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy.
  • Rosenman, Samuel I., Special Counsel to President Roosevelt.
  • Rothwell, C. Easton, Executive Secretary, Joint Secretariat of the Executive Staff Committees, Department of State.
  • * Rowley, James J., United States Secret Service.
  • Sa’ed-Maragheh’i, Mohammad, Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs, June 1942–November 1944, and Prime Minister, March–November 1944.
  • Sapieha, Adam Stefan, Archbishop of Kraków; in Poland during World War II.
  • *† Sarate, Chief Cook Isidro, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Sa’ud, Ibn, King of Saudi Arabia.
  • Savage, Carlton, Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • * Savage, Roland M., United States Secret Service.
  • * Sawchuck, Yeoman Second Class Andrew, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • * Scherbatoff, Lieutenant George S., U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur, American Representative in Hungary with the personal rank of Minister.
  • Schoenfeld, Rudolf E., Counselor, American Embassy near the Governments of Czechoslovakia and Poland in London, with the personal rank of Minister.
  • Schreiber, Lieutenant General Sir Edmond, Governor and Commander in Chief of Malta.
  • Schreiber, Mrs. Phyllis (Barchard), wife of Lieutenant General Schreiber.
  • Schreiber, Miss, one of two daughters of Lieutenant General Schreiber.
  • Schuyler, Brigadier General Cortland T. Van R., U. S. A., Chief American Military Representative, Allied Control Commission for Rumania.
  • Seward, William H., Secretary of State, 1861–1869.
  • Seyid Zia-ed-din. See Tabatabai, Seyid Zia-ed-din.
  • Sforza, Count Carlo, Italian High Commissioner for Punishment of Illegal Acts under Fascism and Minister without Portfolio, 1944.
  • Shevchenko, Major General F., Chief of Staff to the Soviet Far Eastern Commander.
  • Simeon II, King of Bulgaria.
  • Simović, General Dusan, Yugoslav Prime Minister and Prime Minister of the Yugoslav Government in London, 1941–1942.
  • * Sklenar, Yeoman Second Class Harry, U. S. N. R., Interpreter.
  • Slavin, Major General Nikolay Vasilyevich, Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the Soviet Army.
  • * Smith, Commander John V., U. S. N., Aide to the Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the United States Array and Navy.
  • Smith, Lieutenant General Walter Bedell, U. S. A., Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • * Smith, Rear Admiral William W., U. S. N., Director, Naval Transportation Service, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Sobolov, Arkady Alexandrovich, Counselor, Soviet Embassy, London, and Deputy Chairman of the Soviet Delegation to the Dumbarton Oaks Conversations.
  • *† Somervell, Lieutenant General Brehon B., U. S. A., Commanding General, Army Service Forces.
  • *† Somerville, Admiral Sir James, R. N., Head of the Admiralty Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission in Washington.
  • Soong, T. V., Chinese Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Spaatz, Lieutenant General Carl, U. S. A., Commander in Chief, United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe.
  • *† Spaman, Guy H., United States Secret Service.
  • * Stalin, Marshal of the Soviet Union Iosif Vissarionovich, Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union.
  • Stanley, The Honorable Oliver Frederick George, Member of Parliament and British Secretary of State for the Colonies.
  • Stark, Admiral Harold R., U. S. N., Commander, United States Naval Forces, Europe, and Commander, Twelfth Fleet.
  • Stassen, Commander Harold E., U. S. N. R., Assistant Chief of Staff for Administration and Flag Secretary to the Commander, Third Fleet.
  • Steinhardt, Laurence A., American Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Stepanov, Mikhail Stepanovich, Soviet Deputy People’s Commissar for Foreign Trade.
  • *† Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., Under Secretary of State, October 1943–November 1944; Secretary of State, December 1944–June 1945.
  • Stevenson, Ralph Skrine, British Ambassador to Yugoslavia.
  • Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of War.
  • * Stoner, Chief Warrant Officer Frank G., U. S. A., member of the White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • Strang, Sir William, British representative on the European Advisory Commission, with the rank of Ambassador.
  • Streicher, Julius, publisher of the German National Socialist weekly publication Der Stilrmer.
  • *† Stroop, Captain Paul D., U. S. N., Aviation Plans Officer on the Staff of the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • Šubašić, Ivan, Prime Minister of the Yugoslav Government in London.
  • * Sullivan, Lieutenant Thomas W., M. C., U. S. N. R., Medical Officer.
  • Sultan, Lieutenant General Daniel I., U. S. A., Commanding General of United States Forces, India-Burma Theater.
  • Šutej, Juraj, Minister of Finance of the Yugoslav Government in London.
  • Szalasy, Ferenc, Prime Minister and Regent of Hungary; hanged as a war criminal in 1946.
  • Tabatabai, Seyid Zia-ed-din, Deputy from Yazd to the Fourteenth Iranian Majlis, 1944–1946.
  • Tansey, Brigadier General Patrick H., U. S. A., Chief of the Logistics Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff, and member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Taylor, William H., Assistant Director, Division of Monetary Research, Department of the Treasury.
  • Tedder, Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur, Deputy Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • * Theakstone, Major Louis Marguarde, British Interpreter.
  • Thorez, Maurice, Secretary General of the French Communist Party.
  • Tito, Marshal (Josip Broz), Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Tobin, Captain Robert G., U. S. N., Assistant Director to the Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Logistic Plans, and member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Truman, Harry S., President of the United States, 1945–1953.
  • Tully, Grace, Private Secretary to President Roosevelt.
  • Turner, Audrey C. See Wagner, Mrs. Audrey (Turner).
  • *† Twitchell, Colonel Hamilton A., U. S. A., Chief, Organization and Equipment Section, G–3, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • *† Tyree, Commander John A., Jr., U. S. N., Assistant Naval Aide to President Roosevelt.
  • *† Tyson, Major Terence L., M. C., U. S. A., Medical Officer assigned to the Secretary of State.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H., United States Senator from Michigan.
  • Vasilyevsky, Marshal of the Soviet Union Alexander Mikhailovich, Chief of Staff of the Soviet Army and First Deputy Minister of Defense.
  • Venosta, Giovanni Visconti, Italian Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, June–November 1944.
  • Vincent, John Carter, Chief, Division of Chinese Affairs, Department of State.
  • Voroshilov, Marshal of the Soviet Union Klement Efremovich, Chairman of the Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • * Vyshinsky, Andrey Yanuaryevich, First Deputy People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Wagner, Mrs. Audrey (Turner), Principal Clerk, White House Office.
  • Wang Shih-chieh, Chinese Minister of Information.
  • * Ware, Captain Henry, U. S. A., Interpreter.
  • Wasilewska, Wanda, Head of the Union of Polish Patriots in the Soviet Union.
  • *† Watson, Major General Edwin M., U. S. A. (retired), Military Aide and Secretary to President Roosevelt.
  • Wedemeyer, Lieutenant General Albert C., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Army Forces in the China Theater, and Chief of Staff to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.
  • Welles, Sumner, Under Secretary of State, 1937–1943.
  • White, Harry Dexter, Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, 1943–1945; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, 1945—1946.
  • *† Williams, Roger, United States Secret Service.
  • Willkie, Wendell, Republican candidate for President, 1940.
  • Wilson, Edwin C, Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, May 1944–January 1945; Ambassador to Turkey, January 1945–October 1948.
  • * Wilson, Geoffrey Masterson, Russian Expert in the Northern Department of the British Foreign Office.
  • *† Wilson, Field Marshal Sir Henry Maitland, Head of the British Joint Staff Mission in Washington.
  • Wilson, Woodrow, President of the United States, 1913–1921.
  • Winant, John G., American Ambassador to the United Kingdom and representative on the European Advisory Commission.
  • Witos, Andrzej, member of the Union of Polish Patriots in the Soviet Union.
  • Witos, Wincenty, leader of the pre-1939 Polish Peasant Party; Prime Minister of Poland, 1920–1921 and 1923–1926; in retirement in Poland during World War II.
  • *† Wood, Frank B., United States Secret Service.
  • *† Wood, Major General Walter A., Jr., U. S. A., Deputy Director of Plans and Operations, Headquarters, Army Service Forces, and member of the Joint Logistics Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • *† Woodward, Lieutenant Colonel Harper L., U. S. A., Administrative Officer with the Advisory Council to the Commanding General, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.
  • Wright, Michael, Acting Counsellor, British Embassy, Washington.
  • Yost, Charles W., Executive Secretary of the Executive Staff Committees, Department of State.
  • Zeligowski, General Lucjan, member of the National Council of the Polish Government in London.
  • Zhukov, Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Konstantinovich, Commander of the First Byelorussian Front.
  • Zulawski, Zygmunt, a leader in the Polish Socialist Party; in Poland during World War II in the London-directed Polish underground.