List of persons

Editor’s Note:—The identification of the persons in this list is limited to circumstances and positions under reference in this volume. Historical personages alluded to in the volume and certain minor officials are not identified. All titles and positions are American unless there is an indication to the contrary.

  • Abbott, Douglas C., Canadian Minister of Finance.
  • Abs, Hermann J., Chairman, German Federal Republic Delegation for Settlement of German External Debts.
  • Acheson, Dean G., Secretary of State.
  • Achilles, Theodore C., United States Vice Deputy on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Chancellor; Foreign Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany from March 1951.
  • Allen, William Denis, Head of the German Political Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Alphand, Henré, French Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council; President of the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from February 1951.
  • Andersen, Hans G., Legal Adviser, Icelandic Foreign Ministry.
  • Anderson, Eugenie, Ambassador in Denmark.
  • Angelo, H. G., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Anschuetz, Norbert L., Officer in Charge of Greek Affairs, Department of State, until September 1951; First Secretary of Embassy in Greece from October 1951.
  • Arndt, Adolf, a leader of the German Social Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Asher, Robert E., Adviser to the Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, until October 1951; thereafter, Special Assistant, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Ashworth, Colonel Edward T., USA, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Attlee, Clement R., British Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, July 1945–October 1951.
  • Auchincloss, John Winthrop, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Auriol, Vincent, President of the French Republic.
  • Averoff, Evangelos, Acting Foreign Minister of Greece.
  • Axen, Hermann, member of the Central Committee of the East German Socialist Unity Party (SED); Chief, Propaganda Section of the SED at the end of 1951.
  • Baeyens, Jacques, Director, Asia-Oceania Division, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Bakker, A. R. Tammenoms, Netherlands Vice Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Baldwin, Charles F., Counselor of Embassy for Economic Affairs in the United Kingdom until October 4, 1951, Head of the United States Delegation to the Tripartite Conference on Aid to Yugoslavia, London, April–June 1951; Consul General at Singapore from October 4, 1951.
  • Baldwin, Hanson W., military correspondent for the New York Times.
  • Bancroft, Harding F., Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State; Deputy United States Representative on the UN Collective Measures Committee.
  • Barbour, Walworth, Counselor of Embassy, with rank of Minister, in the Soviet Union, until July 1951; Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, from July 1951; Acting Director, Office of Eastern European Affairs, from October 1951.
  • Barclay, Roderick E., Private Secretary of Foreign Secretary Bevin, until October 1951; thereafter, Assistant Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Barkley, Alben W., Vice President of the United States.
  • Barnard, John L., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Barnes, Robert G., Chief, Policy Reports Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State; Acting Deputy Director, Executive Secretariat, from May 21, 1951; Deputy Director, from September 2, 1951.
  • Barringer, Philip E., Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Bashkin, L. A., Political Adviser to the Soviet Commandant for Berlin, October–November 1951.
  • Bastin, A. J., Belgian member of the Permanent Working Staff, Defense, Financial and Economic Board, NATO.
  • Batt, William S., Chief, ECA Mission in the United Kingdom; United States Representative, Defense Production Board, NATO.
  • Battle, Lucius D., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Baudouin, Prince Royal of Belgium, August 1950–July 1951; King of the Belgians from July 17, 1951.
  • Bayar, Celâl, President of the Turkish Republic.
  • Baydur, Hüseyin Ragip, Turkish Ambassador in Italy.
  • Beaulieu . See Leroy-Beaulieu, Paul.
  • Beaumarchais . See Delarüe Caron de Beaumarchais.
  • Bech, Joseph, Luxembourg Foreign Minister and Minister of Defense.
  • Beebe, Colonel Rayden E., Jr., USAF, Director, Office of North Atlantic Treaty Affairs in the Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs).
  • Begoügne de Juniac, Gontran, French First Counselor of Embassy in the United States; Head of the French Delegation to the Tripartite Committee on Military Assistance to Yugoslavia, meeting in Washington after April 9, 1951.
  • Bell, John O., Assistant Director, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State, until October 1951; Counselor of Embassy in Denmark, from December 1951.
  • Bellows, Everett H., Special Assistant in the Office of the Administrator, ECA.
  • Bendetsen, Karl R., Assistant Secretary of the Army (General Management).
  • Benediktsson, Bjarni, Icelandic Foreign Minister.
  • Bérard, Armand, French Deputy High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Berry, Burton Y., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Beugel, Ernst Hans van der, Chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Netherlands Foreign Ministry.
  • Bevin, Ernest, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until March 1951.
  • Bidault, Georges, French Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State, March–August, 1951; thereafter, Minister of National Defense; member of the Chamber of Deputies; President of the Mouvement Républicain Populaire.
  • Bishop, Max W., Department of State member on the National Security Council Staff until July 1951; Consul at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, from July 1951; Consul General from September 1951.
  • Bissell, Richard M., Jr., Deputy Administrator for Economic Cooperation until September 1951; Acting Administrator from September 1951; Deputy Director for Mutual Security from December 1951.
  • Björnsson, Sveinn, President of Iceland.
  • Blaisse, P., Member of the Netherlands Parliament.
  • Blank, Theodor, Delegate of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany (Adenauer) for Problems Relating to the Increase of Allied Troops; Christian Democratic Union member of the Bundestag; Chief, German Federal Republic Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from July 1951.
  • Blankenhorn, Herbert, Minister-Director and Chief of Staff for Foreign Affairs in the Federal Chancellery until March 1951: thereafter, Head of the Department II, Political Affairs, German Federal Republic Foreign Office.
  • Bliss, Don Carroll, Minister in Canada.
  • Bluecher, Franz, Vice Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Minister for Relations with the Marshall Plan; Chairman, Free Democratic Party.
  • Boetzelaer van Oosterhout, Carel Baron van, Netherlands Ambassador in France; Netherlands observer at the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community.
  • Bohlen, Charles E., Minister in France until March 1951; Counselor of the Department of State from March 13, 1951; member of the Senior Staff, National Security Council from July 1951.
  • Bolté, Lieutenant General Charles L., USA, Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Office of the Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Boltz, Lothar, First Chairman, Free Democratic Party in East Germany; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reconstruction, German Democratic Republic.
  • Bonbright, James C. H., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Bonesteel, Colonel Charles H., 3d, USA, Attaché (MDAP) in the United Kingdom; Executive Director, European Coordinating Committee, MDAP.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador in the United States.
  • Bonsal, Philip W., Counselor of Embassy in France.
  • Boon, Hendrik N., Secretary-General, Netherlands Foreign Ministry.
  • Bourbon-Busset, Jacques de, Directeur du Cabinet, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Bourne, Major General G. K., General Officer Commanding, Berlin (British Sector), until October 1951.
  • Bowie, Robert R., Chief, Office of the General Counsel, HICOG.
  • Bowker, Sir Reginald James, Assistant Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Bradley, General of the Army Omar N., Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Brandt, Willy, nonvoting Social Democratic member for West Berlin of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic; editor-in-chief of the Berliner Stadblatt.
  • Brannan, Charles F., Secretary of Agriculture.
  • Bray, William H., Jr., Chief of Program Staff, MDAP, until early 1951; thereafter, in the Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Brentano, Heinrich von, Chairman, Christian Democratic Union Party; Chairman, German Federal Republic Delegation to the Council of Europe.
  • Brofoss, Erik, Norwegian Minister of Trade.
  • Bronz, George, Special Assistant to the General Counsel, Department of the Treasury.
  • Brook, Sir Norman C., Secretary of the British Cabinet until November 1951; Chief Planning Officer and Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Treasury from November 1951.
  • Broustra, Vincent, Head of the Conference Secretariat of the French Foreign Ministry.
  • Bruce, David K. E., Ambassador in France; observer at the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from February 1951.
  • Bryn, Dag, Norwegian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Burin des Roziers, Fitienne, member of the French Delegation to the North Atlantic Council Deputies.
  • Burns, Major General James H., USA (Ret.), Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until July 1951.
  • Burrows, Bernard A. B., Counselor, British Embassy in the United States.
  • Bush, Vannevar, President of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, 1941–1946; Chairman, Research and Development Board, National Military Establishment, 1947–1948.
  • Butler, Richard A., British Chancellor of the Exchequer from October 1951.
  • Buttenwieser, Benjamin J., United States Assistant High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Byington, Homer M., Jr., Director, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Byroade, Henry A., Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State.
  • Cabot, Thomas D., Director, International Security Affairs, Department of State, February–October 1951.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, Ambassador in Egypt.
  • Calhoun, John A., Deputy Director, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Carmona, General Antonio Oscar de Fragoso, President of Portugal, 1928–1951; died April 18, 1951.
  • Carney, Admiral Robert B., USN, Commander in Chief, United States Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, 1950–1952; Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southern Europe and Commander in Chief, Allied Naval Forces, Southern Europe, from June 18, 1951.
  • Carns, Colonel Edwin H. J., USA, Deputy Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Carolet, Major General (Général de Brigade) Pierre Louis, French Commandant for Berlin.
  • Carpentier, Lieutenant General (Général de Corps) Marcel Maurice, French Deputy Chief of Staff at SHAPE.
  • Cattier, Jean, Chief, ECA Special Mission in the Federal Republic of Germany; Director, Office of Economic Affairs, HICOG, until July 1951.
  • Chapin, Selden, Ambassador in the Netherlands.
  • Chauvel, Jean, French Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Chuikov, General of the Army Vasiliy Ivanovich, Commander in Chief, Soviet Occupation Forces in Germany; Chief, Soviet Military Administration in Germany; Chairman, Soviet Control Commission for Germany.
  • Churchill, Sir Winston S., leader of the Conservative Party in the British House of Commons until October 1951; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury from October 26, 1951.
  • Clasen, André, Luxembourg Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Claxton, Brooke, Canadian Minister of National Defense.
  • Clay, General Lucius D., USA (Ret.), United States Military Governor for Germany, 1945–1949.
  • Cleveland, Harlan, Deputy to the Assistant Administrator for Program, ECA; Chairman, Finance and Economic Group, ISAC.
  • Cleveland, Stanley M., Second Secretary of Embassy in France.
  • Cohen, Benjamin V., Alternate Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Collins, General J. Lawton, Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Conant, James B., President of Harvard University.
  • Connally, Tom, Senator from Texas; Chairman, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
  • Conolly, Admiral Richard L., USN, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, November 1, 1947–October 31, 1950.
  • Costa Leite, Joao Pinto da, Portuguese Minister of the Presidency.
  • Cox, Henry B., Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Crawford, Lieutenant General Sir Kenneth, Controller of Munitions in the British Ministry of Supply.
  • Cunha, Paulo A. V., Portuguese Foreign Minister.
  • Daridan, Jean, French Minister Counselor of Embassy in the United States.
  • Davies, Ernest A. J., British Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until October 1951.
  • Davis, Vice Admiral Arthur C., USN, Director, Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Davis, Richard H., Officer in Charge of U.S.S.R. Affairs, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dayton, Kenneth, Chief, Internal Political Affairs Division, Office of Political Affairs, HICOG, until the summer of 1951; subsequently, Deputy Director, Office of Political Affairs, HICOG.
  • De Ganeval, Lieutenant General Jean, French Military Representative at the Bonn talks concerning a German military contribution to Western Defense; Chief of Staff for French Minister of National Defense.
  • De Gasperi, Alcide, Italian Prime Minister; Foreign Minister from July 26, 1951.
  • De Gaulle, General Charles, former President of the Provisional Government of the French Republic; Leader of the Rassemblement du Peuple Français.
  • De Greef, Colonel Édouard, Belgian Minister of Defense.
  • Dehler, Thomas, German Federal Republic Minister of Justice; member of the Executive Committee of the Free German Party and member of the Bunde tag.
  • De Juniac . See Begoügne de Juniac.
  • Delarüe Caron de Beaumarchais, Jacques, Officer in Charge of Saar Political Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • De Lattre de Tassigny, General of the Army Jean, French High Commissioner in Indochina; Commander in Chief, French Union Forces in Indochina.
  • De L’isle and Dudley, Baron (William Philip Sidney), British Secretary of State for Air from October 1951.
  • De Maizière, Lieutenant General Ulrich, former German General Staff officer; Military Adviser to the German Federal Republic Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from February 1951.
  • De Margerie . See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • Dengin, Major General Sergey Alexeyevich, Soviet Commandant for Berlin.
  • Dertinger, Georg, Foreign Minister of the Democratic Republic of Germany.
  • De Staercke, André, Belgian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council; Head of the Belgian Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from December 1951.
  • Dibelius, Otto Friedrich Karl, Bishop of the Evangelical Church, Berlin–Brandenburg Diocese, and Chairman of the Evangelical Church of Germany.
  • Dickinson, Edward T., Assistant to the Joint Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
  • Dittmann, Herbert, Acting Chief of the German Federal Republic Liaison Group to the Allied High Commission for Germany, until July 1951; thereafter, Head of the Personnel and Organization Department, German Federal Republic Foreign Office.
  • Dixon, Ben Franklin, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dixon, Sir Pierson J., British Deputy Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; Superintending Under-Secretary of the Western Organization Department (NATO), British Foreign Office.
  • Dorsz, Edmund J., Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Drees, Willem, Netherlands Prime Minister and Minister for General Affairs.
  • Dulles, John Foster, Consultant to the Secretary of State.
  • Duncan, Vice Admiral Donald B., USN, Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Dunn, James C., Ambassador in Italy.
  • Ebert, Friedrich, Mayor of East Berlin.
  • Eden, Anthony, a leader of the Conservative Party in the British House of Commons; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from October 27, 1951.
  • Eich, Wilhelm K., West Berlin Senator for Economics and Food from February 1951.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight David , Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
  • Elbrick, Charles Burke, Counselor of Embassy in the United Kingdom; member of the Mission to NATO from July 1951.
  • Elliot, Air Chief Marshal Sir William, Chairman, British Joint Services Mission in the United States, and British Permanent Representative, NATO Standing Group, after April 1951.
  • Ély, Lieutenant General Paul, Chief, French Military Mission in the United States; French Permanent Representative, NATO Standing Group.
  • Erhard, Ludwig, German Federal Republic Minister of Economic Affairs.
  • Eriksen, Erik, Danish Prime Minister.
  • Erkin, Feridun C., Turkish Ambassador in the United States.
  • Erlander, Tage, Swedish Prime Minister.
  • Ernst, Roger, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Esenbel, Melih, Turkish Counselor of Embassy in the United States.
  • Fechteler, Admiral William M., USN, Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet, until July 1951; Chief of Naval Operations from August 1951.
  • Ferguson, John Haven, member, and Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, from April 1951.
  • Fessenden, Russell, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Finletter, Thomas K., Secretary of the Air Force.
  • Fisher, Adrian S., Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Foley, Edward H., Under Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Forest, Alexander R., Policy Reports Secretary, Office of the Executive Secretary, HICOG.
  • Foster, William C., Administrator for Economic Cooperation until September 1951; Deputy Secretary of Defense from September 1951.
  • Franco y Bahamonde, General Francisco, Spanish Chief of State and Prime Minister.
  • François-Poncet, André, French High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Franks, Sir Oliver S., British Ambassador in the United States.
  • Fraser of North Cape, Baron (Bruce A. Fraser), Admiral of the Fleet, R.N., British First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff.
  • Freund, Richard B., Attaché in the United Kingdom and member of the mission to NATO.
  • Gainer, Sir Donald St. Clair, Joint Permanent Under-Secretary of State (German Section), British Foreign Office.
  • Gaitskell, Hugh, British Chancellor of the Exchequer until October 1951.
  • Ganeval . See De Ganeval.
  • Geber, Anthony, Chief of the Economic Division of the Eastern Element of HICOG, at Berlin.
  • Gerhardsen, Einar, Norwegian Prime Minister until November 1951.
  • Gerhardt, Lieutenant Colonel Harrison A., USA, Special Assistant to the United States High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Gifford, Walter S., Ambassador in the United Kingdom.
  • Gillet, Robert, Deputy Director, Division of Economic and Financial Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Gleason, S. Everett, Deputy Executive Secretary, National Security Council.
  • Godley, G. McMurtrie, 2d, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Golay, John F., Deputy United States Secretary on the Allied General Secretariat, Allied High Commission for Germany.
  • Gordon, Lincoln, Economic Adviser of the Special Assistant to the President (Harriman); Assistant to the Deputy Administrator for Economic Cooperation.
  • Grandval, Gilbert, French High Commissioner for the Saar.
  • Grandville . See La Chevardière de la Grandville.
  • Green, Theodore Francis, Senator from Rhode Island.
  • Greene, Joseph N., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Grewe, Wilhelm, Head of the Office for Changing the Occupation Statute Through Contractual Relations, German Federal Republic Foreign Office from March 1951.
  • Grigoropolous, Lieutenant General Theodore, Chief of Staff, Greek Army.
  • Gromyko, Andrey Andreyevich, Soviet First Deputy Foreign Minister.
  • Grotewohl, Otto, Cochairman of the Socialist Unity Party and Minister-President of the German Democratic Republic.
  • Gruber, Karl, Austrian Foreign Minister.
  • Gruenther, Lieutenant General Alfred M., USA, Chief of Staff, SHAPE; General from August 1, 1951.
  • Guillaume, Baron (Jules Guillaume), Belgian Ambassador in France.
  • Guiringaud, Louis de, Political Adviser to the French High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Gundersen, O. C., Norwegian Minister of Justice.
  • Haakon VII, King of Norway.
  • Haas, Friedrich, West Berlin Senator for Finance.
  • Hakki, Abdul Rahman, Egyptian Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Halaby, Najeeb E., Jr., Special Assistant to the Administrator, Office of the Assistant for International Security Affairs, ECA.
  • Hall-Patch, Sir Edmund Leo, Permanent British Representative at the Organization for European Economic Cooperation; Chairman, Executive Committee of the OEEC Council.
  • Hallstein, Walter, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs in the German Federal Chancellery from August 1950; State Secretary and Head of the Office for the Schuman Plan in the German Federal Republic Foreign Office from March 13, 1951.
  • Handy, General Thomas T., USA, Commander in Chief, European Command.
  • Hannay, Evan B., Financial Policy and Trade Development Division, ECA.
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Special Assistant to the President until October 1951; Chairman, Temporary Council Committee (North Atlantic Council), from September 1951; Director for Mutual Security from October 1951.
  • Harris, Michael S., Chief, ECA Special Mission in the Federal Republic of Germany; Director, Office of Economic Affairs, HICOG from July 1951.
  • Harrison, Geoffrey W., Head of the Northern Department, British Foreign Office until October 1951; thereafter, Assistant Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Harvey, Sir Oliver Charles, British Ambassador in France.
  • Haselton, Norris S., Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, until April 1951; thereafter, Acting Officer in charge of Dominion Affairs.
  • Hasselman, Lieutenant General B.R.P.F., Chief of General Staff, Royal Netherlands Army.
  • Hauge, Jens Christian, Norwegian Minister of Defense.
  • Hay, John, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hays, Major General George P., USA, United States Deputy High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Hayter, William Goodenough, British Minister in France.
  • Hebbard, William L., Assistant Director, Office of International Finance, Department of the Treasury.
  • Heinemann, Gustav, German Federal Republic Minister of the Interior in 1950.
  • Herod, William R., Coodinator of North Atlantic Defense Production; ex officio member of the Defense Production Board, NATO.
  • Herz, Martin F., Second Secretary of Embassy in France.
  • Hesselund-Jensen, Aage, Danish Counselor of Embassy in the United States.
  • Heusinger, Alfred, former German General.
  • Heuss, Theodor, President of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Hickerson, John D., Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs.
  • Hillenbrand, Martin J., Officer in Charge of Government and Administration, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hirsch, É ienne, Deputy Commissioner General of the Plan for Modernization and Reequipment of the French Economy; French Deputy Commissioner of the Preparatory Conference on the Schuman Plan.
  • Hoffmann, Johannes, Minister-President of the Saar.
  • Holmes, Julius C., Minister in the United Kingdom.
  • Holt, John B., Soviet Sector Branch, Political Affairs Division, Berlin Element, HICOG, until February 1951; Acting Director, Eastern Element, HICOG, from February to July.
  • Honecker, Erich, First Chairman of the Free German Youth and candidate-member of the Politburo of the Socialist Unity Party.
  • Hood, Viscount (Samuel Hood), British Counselor of Embassy in France until October 1951; Head of Western Organizations Department, British Foreign Office, from October 1, 1951.
  • Hoover, Herbert, former President of the United States, member of the Advisory Board of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  • Hopkinson, Daniel K., Director, European Program Division, ECA.
  • Hoyer-Millar . See Millar.
  • Hughlin, Colonel Henry C., USAF, staff member of the United States representation on the NATO Standing Group, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Hull, Major General John E., USA, Director, Weapons Systems Evaluation Group, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Humelsine, Carlisle H., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration.
  • s’Jacob, Hendrik L., Netherlands Minister for War, until March 1951.
  • Jacobs, George R., Assistant Chief, Division of Industry and Development, Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State, until February 1951; thereafter, International Relations Officer in the same Office.
  • Jacquin de Margerie, Christian, French Counselor of Embassy in the United States, until July 1951; thereafter, Counselor of Embassy in Vatican City.
  • Jacquin de Margerie, Roland, Assistant Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Janne, Henri, Chairman and Belgian Representative, NATO Defense Production Board.
  • Jebb, Gladwyn, British Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Jessup, Philip C., Ambassador at Large; member of the National Security Council Senior Staff until July 1951.
  • Juin, General of the Army Alphonse P., French Resident General in Morocco until January 1951; thereafter, Inspector General, French Armed Forces; Commander in Chief, Allied Army Forces, Central Europe, from April 1951; redesignated Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces, Central Europe, on August 2, 1951.
  • Juniac . See Begoügne de Juniac.
  • Kaiser, Jakob, German Federal Republic Minister for All-German Questions.
  • Kaplan, Jacob J., European Program Division, ECA.
  • Katz. Milton, United States Special Representative in Europe under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 until September 1951.
  • Kauffmann, Henrik L. H. de, Danish Ambassador in the United States.
  • Kaumann, Gottfried, German Federal Republic representative at the interzonal trade agreement negotiations.
  • Kearney, Richard D., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Kellermann, Henry J., Office of German Public Affairs, Department of State.
  • Kennan, George F., Career Minister in the Foreign Service, on leave during 1951; proposed as Ambassador to the Soviet Union in November 1951.
  • Kennedy, Joseph P., Ambassador in the United Kingdom, 1937–1941; author of articles on international and economic questions.
  • Kerr, Robert Samuel, Senator from Oklahoma.
  • Kerr, Walter B., Jr., diplomatic correspondent and Chief, Paris Bureau, New York Herald Tribune.
  • Kielinger, Valentin Anton, West Berlin Senator for Justice.
  • Kielmannsegg, Johann, Office of the Commissioner for Questions Arising in Connection With an Increase of Allied Troops, German Federal Republic.
  • King, James E., Jr., Executive Secretary, HICOG.
  • King, W. L. MacKenzie, Canadian Prime Minister, 1921–1930, 1935–1948.
  • Kirk, Alan G., Ambassador in the Soviet Union.
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir Ivone A., British High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Knapp, J. Burke, Attaché in the United Kingdom; assigned to NATO affairs after January 8, 1951.
  • Knight, Ridgway B., Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, until February 1951; thereafter, Acting Deputy Director, and from July 1951, Adviser on NATO Affairs.
  • Kohnstamm, Max, Director, German Bureau, Netherlands Foreign Ministry.
  • Köprülü, Fuat, Turkish Foreign Minister.
  • Kraft, Ole Bjørn, Danish Foreign Minister.
  • Kristensen, Thorkil, Danish Minister of Finance.
  • Kronacker, Baron (Paul Kronacker), a leader of the Belgian Liberal Party.
  • La Chevardière de la Grandville, Jean de, Assistant Chief, Office of Economic Cooperation, Bureau of Economic and Financial Affairs, French Foreign Ministry; Secretary General of the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community from February 1951.
  • Lacoste, Francis, French Deputy Representative to the United Nations Security Council.
  • Lalor, Rear Admiral William G., USN, Secretary of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Laloy, Jean, Officer in Charge of U.S.S.R. Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Lange, Halvard M., Norwegian Foreign Minister.
  • Langhelle, Nils, Norwegian Minister of Communications; occasionally Acting Deputy Foreign Minister.
  • Lattre de Tassigny . See De Lattre de Tassigny.
  • Laukhuff, Perry, Director, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lawton, Frederick J., Director, Bureau of the Budget.
  • Lay, James S., Jr., Executive Secretary, National Security Council.
  • Lecheres, General Charles F., Chief of Staff, French Air Force; member of the Superior War Council; Acting Chairman, French Chiefs of Staff Committee; French Representative, Military Committee, North Atlantic Council.
  • Lefort, G., Economic Adviser to the French Commandant for Berlin.
  • Lehr, Dr. Robert, German Federal Republic Minister of the Interior.
  • Lemmer, Ernst, Editor of the Berlin newspaper Der Kurier.
  • Le Roy, Jean, French Counselor of Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Leroy-Beaulieu, Michel, Economic Adviser to the French High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Leroy-Beaulieu, Paul, Chairman, Financial and Economic Board, NATO.
  • Le Roy de la Tournelle, Guy, Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Levy-Hawes, Maurice, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lewis, Geoffrey W., Deputy Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lie, Haakon, Secretary General, Norwegian Labor Party, since 1944.
  • Lie, Trygve H., Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Lieftinck, P., Netherlands Minister of Finance.
  • Lincoln, Anthony Handley, Head of the German Economic Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Lincoln, Colonel George A., USA, Office of the Secretary of Defense; assigned to SHAPE, Paris from October 1951.
  • Lind, Lewis M., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Linder, Harold, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Lindsay, Major General Richard C., USAF, Liaison Officer between NATO Standing Group and Council Deputies.
  • Lloyd, Selwyn, British Minister of State for Foreign Affairs from October 30, 1951.
  • Löbe, Paul Gustav Emil, West Berlin nonvoting Social Democratic Party member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Locker, Melville, E., Deputy Director, Financial Policy and Trade Development Division, ECA.
  • Lodge. Henry Cabot, Jr., Senator from Massachusetts.
  • Loebe . See Löbe.
  • Lojendio, Miguel Maria de Legendio Irure, Spanish Counselor of Embassy in France.
  • Lombardo, Ivan Matteo, Chairman, Italian Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community.
  • Lovett, Robert A., Deputy Secretary of Defense until September 1951; thereafter, Secretary of Defense.
  • Luciolli, Mario, Italian Counselor of Embassy in the United States.
  • Luetkens, Gerhard, leader of the German Social Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Lyon, Cecil B., Special Assistant to the United States Commander, Berlin, from August 1951; Director, Berlin Element, HICOG, from October 1951.
  • MacArthur, Douglas,II, Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, until February 1951; thereafter, Counselor of Embassy in France, and Adviser on International Affairs to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
  • MacLean, Lieutenant General Sir Kenneth, Chief Staff Officer in the British Ministry of Defense.
  • MacVeagh, Lincoln, Ambassador in Portugal.
  • Magruder, Major General Carter B., USA, Defense Department representative at the London Tripartite talks on German Security Controls.
  • Maizière . See De Maizière.
  • Makins, Sir Roger, Deputy Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Malik, Yakov Aleksandrovich, Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister; Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
  • Mallet, Sir William I., Deputy Under Secretary of State (for the Austrian Treaty), British Foreign Office; Ambassador in Yugoslavia, from October 1951.
  • Margerie . See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • Margolies, Daniel F., Deputy Director, Office of German Economic Affairs Department of State, from January 1951; Director from July 1951.
  • Marjolin, Robert E., Secretary General, Organization for European Economic Cooperation.
  • Marras, Lieutenant General Efisio L., Chairman, Italian Joint Chiefs of Staff; Italian Representative, Military Committee, North Atlantic Council.
  • Marshall, George C., Secretary of Defense until September 1951.
  • Marten, F. W., First Secretary, British Embassy in the United States.
  • Martin, Edwin M., Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Massigli, René, French Ambassador in the United Kingdom.
  • Matern, Hermann, Chairman, Control Commission, East German Socialist Unity Party; Vice President of the East German Volkskammer.
  • Mathewson, Major General Lemuel O., USA, United States Commander, Berlin, from February 1951.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Under Secretary of State.
  • Mautz, William H., Director, Economic and International Security Estimates Division, Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
  • Mayer, René, French Minister of Justice until August 1951; thereafter Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Minister of Economic Affairs.
  • McBride. Major General Horace L., USA, Chief, Joint American Military Mission for Aid to Turkey.
  • McBride, Robert H., Consul in Rabat, Morocco.
  • McClellan, John L., Senator from Arkansas.
  • McCloy, John J., United States High Commissioner for Germany.
  • McCormick, Admiral Lynde D., USN, Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet, from August 1951.
  • McCullough, James A., Director, Financial Policy and Trade Development Division, ECA.
  • McDermott, Michael J., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State (for, Press Relations).
  • McFall, Jack K., Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations.
  • McFarland, Ernest W., Senator from Arizona.
  • McGhee, George C., Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • McMahon, Brien, Senator from Connecticut.
  • McNarney, General Joseph T., USAF, Chairman, Screening and Costing Committee, NATO.
  • McWilliams, William J., Director, Executive Secretariat, Department of State.
  • Melville, Eugene, Financial Adviser to the British High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs until November 1951; thereafter, Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs.
  • Merkatz, Hans-Joachim von, German Party member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Mesta, Perle, Minister in Luxembourg.
  • Middleton, George H., Counselor, British Embassy in Iran.
  • Millar, Sir Frederick Robert Hoyer, British Deputy Representative, North Atlantic Council.
  • Miller, Frank J., Chief, Property Division, Office of Economic Affairs, HICOG.
  • Miller, William K., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Moch, Jules, French Minister of National Defense, July 1950–August 1951.
  • Mollet, Guy, Secretary General, French Socialist Party; Minister of State in charge of Council of Europe Affairs, Jury 1950–March 1951; Deputy Prime Minister, March–August 1951.
  • Monnet, Jean, Commissioner General of the Plan for Modernization and Reequipment of the French Economy; President of the Preparatory Conference on the Schuman Plan.
  • Montenegro, Daniel W., Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Montgomery of Alamein, Field Marshal Viscount (Bernard L. Montgomery), Chairman, Commanders in Chief Committee, Western Union Defense Organization, from March 1951; Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
  • Moore, C. Robert, Acting Officer in Charge of Turkish Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Morgan, George A., Director, Eastern Element, HICOG, until November 1951.
  • Morrison, Herbert S., British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, March–October 1951.
  • Morse, Huntington T., Special Assistant to the Administrator, Maritime Administration, Department of Commerce; Alternate United States member of the Combined Shipping Adjustment Board—United States and Great Britain.
  • Morse, Wayne L., Senator from Oregon,
  • Motz, Roger, President of the Belgian Liberal Party,
  • Murphy, Robert D., Ambassador in Belgium.
  • Murray, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C., USA, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Nash, Frank C., Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense until July 1951; thereafter, Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Nielsen, Sigurd (Sivert), Secretary, NATO Temporary Council Committee (TCC).
  • Niemöller, Martin, President of the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau: President of the Ecclesiastical External Relations Office of the Evangelical Church in Germany.
  • Nitze, Paul H., Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Norstad, Lieutenant General Lauris, USAF, Commander in Chief, United States Air Forces in Europe; Commander in Chief, Allied Air Forces in Central Europe, from March 1951.
  • Nunley, William T., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Nuschke, Otto, Chairman; Christian Democratic Union in East Germany; Deputy Prime Minister of the German Democratic Republic.
  • Ofsthun, Colonel Sidney A., USAF, Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Ohly, John H., Deputy Director of Mutual Defense Assistance until January 8, 1951; thereafter, in the Office of International Security Affairs (ISA), Department of State; Assistant Director for Policy and Program Development (ISA) from October 1951.
  • Olafsson, Björn, Icelandic Minister of Commerce and Education.
  • Olav , Crown Prince of Norway.
  • Ollenhauer, Erich, a leading Social Democratic Party member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Olmsted, Brigadier General George H., USA, Director, Office of Military Assistance, Office of the Secretary of Defense; Head of United States Delegation to the Tripartite Committee on Military Assistance to Yugoslavia, April 9, 1951; Chief, Joint MDAP mission to Yugoslavia from August 1951.
  • O’Neill, Con Douglas Walter, First Secretary and Political Director to the British High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Orlopp, Josef, Ministry for Foreign and German Trade, German Democratic Republic.
  • O’Shaughnessy, Elim, Officer in Charge of French-Iberian Affairs, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Oshins, Robert L., Deputy Director, Organization and Planning Division, ECA.
  • Pabsch, Anton F., Political Affairs Officer in the Internal Political and Governmental Affairs Division (Liaison and Political Reporting Division, after May 1951), Office of Political Affairs, HICOG.
  • Pacciardi, Randolfo, Italian Minister of Defense.
  • Pace, Frank, Jr., Secretary of the Army.
  • Page, Edward, Jr., Director, Berlin Element, HICOG, until July 1951.
  • Parkman, Henry, Chief, ECA Mission in France until August 1951.
  • Parodi, Alexandre, Secretary General, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Parrott, Cecil Cuthbert, Head of the United Nations (Political) Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Parsons, J. Graham, Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, from July 1951.
  • Paul, Norman S., Deputy Assistant in the Office of the Assistant for International Security Affairs, ECA.
  • Pearson, Lester B., Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs; Chairman Eighth Session of the North Atlantic Council at Rome, November 1951.
  • Pella, Giuseppe, Italian Minister of the Budget and Treasury until July 1951; thereafter, Minister of the Budget.
  • Perkins, George W., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Petersen, Harald, Danish Defense Minister.
  • Petsche, Maurice, French Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs until August 1951; Minister of State, August–September 1951,
  • Pétursson, Gunnlaugur, Icelandic Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Peurifoy, John E., Ambassador in Greece.
  • Pferdmenges, Robert, Christian Democratic Union member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Phillips, Joseph B., Information and Editorial Specialist, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
  • Pholien, Joseph, Belgian Prime Minister.
  • Pittman, Steuart L., Office of the General Counsel, ECA.
  • Pleven, René, French Prime Minister, July 1950–March 1951; Deputy Prime Minister, March–August 1951; Prime Minister, August 1951–January 1952.
  • Plowden, Sir Edwin, Chief Planning Officer and Chairman of the British Economic Planning Board; Vice Chairman, Temporary Council Committee, North Atlantic Council, from September 1951.
  • Porter, Ivor F., First Secretary, British Embassy in the United States.
  • Porter, Paul R., Assistant Administrator for Program, ECA; Acting United States Special Representative in Europe under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 from September 1951.
  • Prud’homme, Hector C., Director, Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Quaroni, Pietro, Italian Ambassador in France.
  • Queuille, Henri, French Minister of the Interior until March 1951; Prime Minister, March–August 1951; thereafter, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State.
  • Rau, Heinrich, Deputy Prime Minister of the German Democratic Republic and Chairman, State Planning Commission; member of the Politburo of the Socialist Unity Party.
  • Rayburn, Sam, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Director, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, from March 1951.
  • Reber, Samuel, Jr., Director of Political Affairs and Counselor, HICOG; United States Deputy for Austria, Council of Foreign Ministers.
  • Reifman, Alfred, Division of Research for Western Europe, Department of State.
  • Reimann, Max, Chairman of the German Communist Party; member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Reinstein, Jacques, J., Director, Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State, until December 1950; thereafter, on duty at Frankfort on the Main; Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, from August 1951.
  • Reuter, Ernst, Governing Mayor of West Berlin.
  • Richardson, Commander David C., USN, Joint Strategic Plans Group, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Richey, Earle J., Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Riddleberger, James W., United States Political Observer at the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community; attached to the ECA Mission in France; Acting Deputy United States Special Representative in Europe under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 from September 1951.
  • Ridgway, General Matthew B., USA, Commander in Chief, United Nations Command (Korea); Commander in Chief, Far East.
  • Ridsdale, William, Head of the News Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Riley, Roderick H., Officer in Charge of Industry and Development, Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State, from spring 1951; Officer in Charge of Trade and Resources from fall 1951.
  • Roberts, Frank K., Deputy Under-Secretary of State (German Section), British Foreign Office, from October 1951.
  • Robertson, General Sir Brian H., British Commander-in-Chief, Middle East Land Forces.
  • Roediger, Professor Conrad, Deputy Head of the German Federal Republic Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community.
  • Rogers, Jordan T., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Roijen, Jan Herman van, Netherlands Ambassador in the United States.
  • Roll, Eric, British Representative on the NATO Financial and Economic Board; Chairman of the Economic and Financial Working Group, OEEC.
  • Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt), Chairman, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, until April 1951.
  • Rose, Edward M., Assistant to the Head of the Western Organizations Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Roseman, Alvin., United States Representative for Specialized Agency Affairs at Geneva, ECA, until June 1951; Director, Organization and Planning Division, ECA, from July 1951.
  • Rossi Longhi, Alberto, Italian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Rountree, William M., Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Rowan, Sir Leslie, British Minister (Economic) in the United States until July 1951; Second Secretary in the British Treasury from September 1951.
  • Rueff, Jacques, French economist.
  • Salazar, Antonio de Oliveira, Portuguese Prime Minister.
  • Santos Costa, Lieutenant Colonel Fernando dos, Portuguese Minister of National Defense.
  • Satterthwaite, Livingston L., Deputy Director, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, until August 1951; thereafter, on detail to the National War College.
  • Sauvagnargues, Jean, Officer in Charge of German Political Affairs, French Foreign Ministry; Acting Deputy Director from May 1951, Deputy Director from August 1951, Office of Central European Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Schacht, Hjalmar, German economist.
  • Schäffer, Fritz, German Federal Republic Minister of Finance.
  • Schelling, Thomas C., Economic Cooperation Administration until July 1951; thereafter, in the Executive Office of the President.
  • Schmid, Carlo, Deputy Chairman, Social Democratic Party of Germany.
  • Schreiber, Walter Carl Rudolf, Deputy Mayor of West Berlin.
  • Schumacher, Kurt, Chairman, Executive Committee, Social Democratic Party of West Germany; member of the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Schuman, Robert, French Foreign Minister, leader of the Mouvement Républicain Populaire.
  • Schumann, Maurice, French Deputy Foreign Minister from August 1951.
  • Schuyler, Major General Cortlandt V. R., USA, Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff, SHAPE.
  • Scott, Joseph W., Officer in Charge of Swiss and Benelux Affairs, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Scott, Robert Heatlie, Assistant Under Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Semyonov, Vladimir Semyonovich, Political Adviser to the Chairman of the Soviet Control Commission in Germany.
  • Seydoux Fornier de Claussonne, Francois, Head of the European Affairs Section, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Sforza, Count Carlo, Italian Foreign Minister.
  • Sheppard, William J., Deputy Director, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until August 5, 1951; then, Executive Assistant to the Director for International Security Affairs, until November 25, 1951; thereafter, Executive Assistant to the Director for Mutual Security.
  • Shinwell, Emanuel, British Minister of Defense until October 1951.
  • Shuckburgh, Charles A. E., Head of the Western Organizations Department. British Foreign Office, until October 1951; thereafter, Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Eden).
  • Sidi Mohammad , Sultan of Morocco.
  • s’Jacob . See s’Jacob under J.
  • Skaug, K., Norwegian Representative on the NATO Financial and Economic Board.
  • Slater, Joseph E., United States Secretary on the Allied General Secretariat, Allied High Commission for Germany.
  • Sleeman, Lieutenant Colonel R. G., Chairman Secretary, Allied Kommandatura, Berlin.
  • Slessor, Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir John C., Chief, British Air Staff.
  • Slim, Field Marshal Sir William J., Chief, British Imperial General Staff.
  • Smirnov, Major General I. V., Administrative Officer, Soviet Control Commission in Germany.
  • Smith, Joseph Kingsbury, European General Manager, International News Service, Paris.
  • Snow, Conrad E., Acting Assistant Legal Adviser for Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Snow, William P., Deputy Chief of Mission and Counselor of Embassy in Norway.
  • Snoy et d’Oppuers, Baron Jean-Charles, Belgian economist, former Chairman of the Council of the OEEC.
  • Snyder, John W., Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri, former Belgian Prime Minister and (Foreign Minister; President of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe until December 1951; leader of the Belgian Socialist Party.
  • Speidel, Hans, former German General and military representative of the Federal Republic of Germany at the Bonn talks concerning a German contribution to Western defense and to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community.
  • Spennrath, Friedrich, President of the West Berlin Chamber of Commerce.
  • Spierenburg, Dirk P., Chairman of the OEEC Council at the Official Level.
  • Spofford, Charles M., United States Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council; Chairman, North Atlantic Council Deputies and European Coordinating Committee.
  • Stabler, Wells, Officer in Charge of Egypt and Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Affairs, Department of State.
  • Staercke, André de, Belgian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Staf, Cornelis, Netherlands Minister for War and the Navy from March 1951.
  • Starkenborgh . See Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer.
  • Steel, Sir Christopher E., British Minister in the United States.
  • Steensen-Leth, Vincens de, Danish Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Stevens, Roger B., Assistant Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office; Alternate Representative at the Intergovernmental Study Group for Germany; Representative to the Tripartite Talks on a German Financial Contribution to Western Defense from October 1951.
  • Stirrer, Dirk U., Netherlands Foreign Minister; Chairman, OEEC Council.
  • Stone, Shepard, Director, Office of Public Affairs, HICOG.
  • Strang, Sir William, British Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
  • Straus, Richard, Information and Education Specialist, Office of German Public Affairs, Department of State.
  • Stutt, Giacomo Constantyn, Chief, Western Cooperation Section, Netherlands Foreign Ministry.
  • Suhr, Otto, President of the West Berlin House of Representatives.
  • Sultan, Herbert L., Legislation Division, Office of the General Counsel, HICOG.
  • Sulzberger, C. L., chief foreign correspondent for the New York Times.
  • Susin, A. F., Deputy Berlin Representative of the Soviet Control Commission for Germany.
  • Taft, Robert A., Senator from Ohio.
  • Tassigny . See De Lattre de Tassigny.
  • Taviani, Paolo Emilio, Under Secretary to the Italian Foreign Minister.
  • Tedder, Baron (Arthur William Tedder), Marshal of the Royal Air Force; British Permanent Representative, NATO Standing Group, until April 1951.
  • Thedieck, Franz, State Secretary in the German Federal Republic Ministry for All-German Questions.
  • Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr., Counselor of Embassy in Italy.
  • Thorp, Willard L., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer, Jonkheer Alidius W. L., Netherlands Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Trimble, William C., First Secretary of Embassy in the United Kingdom until September 1951; then, Counselor of Embassy in the United Kingdom, until October 1951; thereafter, Counselor of Embassy in the Netherlands.
  • Trivers, Howard, First Secretary of Embassy in Denmark.
  • Truman, Harry S., President of the United States.
  • Tufts, Robert W., Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Twining, General Nathan F., Vice Chief of Staff, United States Air Force.
  • Ulbricht, Walter, Deputy Minister President of the German Democratic Republic; member of the Politburo and Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party.
  • Ulrich, Ruy Ennes, Portuguese Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Undén, Östen, Swedish Foreign Minister.
  • Van Boetzelaer . See Boetzelaer van Oosterhout.
  • Vandenberg, General Hoyt S., Chief of Staff, United States Air Force.
  • Van den Brink, Johannes R. M., Netherlands Minister of Economic Affairs.
  • Van der Beugel . See Beugel.
  • Van Houtte, Jean, Belgian Minister of Finance.
  • Van Roijen . See Roijen.
  • Van Vredenburch . See Vredenburch.
  • Van Zeeland . See Zeeland.
  • Vass, Laurence C., Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Vernon, Raymond, Commercial Policy Staff, Office of Transport and Communications, Department of State, from November 1951; thereafter, Deputy Director, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, Department of State.
  • Villard, Henry S., Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Vinogradov, Major General Ilya Vasilyevich, Deputy Chief of Staff to the Chief of the Soviet Military Administration in Germany (Chuikov).
  • Vitetti, Leonardo, Director General of General Affairs, Italian Foreign Ministry.
  • Vocke, Wilhelm, President of the Bank Deutscher Länder; member of the Board, Bank for International Settlements.
  • Vockel, Heinrich, Representative of the Federal Republic of Germany in West Berlin.
  • Vredenburch, Jonkheer Hendrik F. L. K. van, Administrator of the Free Territory of Tangier, 1948–1951; from October 1951, Head of the Netherlands Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Defense Community.
  • Vyshinsky, Andrey Yanuaryevich, Soviet Foreign Minister.
  • Wadsworth, George, Ambassador in Turkey.
  • Wainhouse, David W., Deputy Director, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State, until April 1951; thereafter, Director.
  • Wansbrough–Jones, Major General Llewelyn, Chief of Staff, British Western Command.
  • Wapler, Arnauld, Chief, Atlantic Pact Division, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Ward, John G., British Deputy High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Webb, James E., Under Secretary of State.
  • Wehner, Herbert, Chairman of the Committee for All-German Questions in the Bundestag of the German Federal Republic.
  • Wellington, Rebecca G., Political Officer; Chief, Political Affairs Division, Berlin Element, HICOG, from May 1951.
  • Werkmeister, Karl, Chief, Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the OEEC.
  • Weskam, Wilhelm, Roman Catholic Bishop of Berlin, from June 1951.
  • Westrick, Ludger, State Secretary, Ministry of Economics, Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Wherry, Kenneth S., Senator from Nebraska.
  • White, Major General Thomas D., USAF, Director of Plans, Department of the Air Force.
  • Whiteley, Lieutenant General Sir John, F. M., Deputy Chief, British Imperial General Staff.
  • Whitman, Roswell H., Officer in Charge of Economic Organization Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wiesner, Louis Arnold, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wilgress, L. Dana, Canadian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Williamson, Francis T., Deputy Director, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Willis, Frances E., First Secretary of Embassy in the United Kingdom; Counselor of Legation in Finland from February 1951.
  • Wilson, Charles E., Director of Defense Mobilization.
  • Wolf, Joseph J., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wood, C. Tyler, Deputy United States Special Representative in Europe Under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 until late December 1951; United States Representative, NATO Financial and Economic Board, after September 1951.
  • Wood, Sir Ernest, British Foreign Office, after April 7, 1951.
  • Woodward, Stanley, Ambassador in Canada.
  • Wooldridge, Rear Admiral Edmund T., USN, Deputy Director for Politico-Military Affairs, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Representative on the Senior Staff of the National Security Council.
  • Wright, Vice Admiral Jerauld, USN, Deputy to the United States Representative, NATO Standing Group.
  • Wyman, Parker D., Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Yingling, Raymond T., Assistant Legal Adviser for European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Zeeland, Paul van, Belgian Foreign Minister; Chairman, Seventh Session of the North Atlantic Council in Ottawa.
  • Zoppi, Vittorio, Secretary General, Italian Foreign Ministry.