List of persons

Editor’s Note:—The identification of 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.

In this list and in other editorial material throughout the volume (document headings, footnotes, and editorial notes), every effort has been made to provide recognizable and consistent transliterations of names of individuals from countries using non-roman alphabets. The transliterations adopted for proper names were those most commonly used by the Department of State at the time, or in documents or official publications of the countries concerned. (In the case of Arabic names, differences arise in the transliteration of vowels, The editors have generally rendered the definite article as ah rather than el-, and have omitted diacritical marks.) The editors have in all cases retained the spelling used in the original documents.

  • Abboud Pasha, Ahmed, Egyptian financier and industrialist.
  • Abdul Ilah, Amir, Crown Prince and Regent of Iraq.
  • Abdul, Monem, Egyptian Minister in Switzerland; Egyptian Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Abdullah al-Salim al-Sabah, Shaikh of Kuwait.
  • Abdullah ibn Abdul Aziz al-Saud, Prince of Saudi Arabia.
  • Abdullah ibn Hussein, King of Jordan; assassinated July 20, 1951.
  • Abul Huda (Abul al-Huda), Tawfiq, Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Jordan, from July 25, 1951.
  • Acheson, Dean G., Secretary of State.
  • Adams, General Donald B., USA (Ret.), U.S. Point Four Representative to the Iraqi Development Board until July 1951.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Chancellor and, from March 1951, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Ahmad ibn Yahya. See Yahya.
  • Alamanis, Stelios, former EPEK Member of the Greek Parliament; Greek Minister of Agriculture, from October 1951.
  • Alexander, Archibald S., Under Secretary of the Army.
  • Allen, Roger, Head, African Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Allen, Ward P., Special Assistant on United Nations Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly, from November 1951.
  • Alpar, Nahit, Financial Counselor of the Turkish Embassy.
  • Alphand, Hervé, Director General of Economic, Financial and Technical Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Amr, P. H., Egyptian Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • Andersen, Holger, Director, Refugee Office, United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine.
  • Anschuetz, Norbert L., Officer in Charge of Greek Affairs, Department of State, until September 1951; First Secretary of the Embassy in Greece, from October 1951.
  • Aras, Tevfir Rustu, Turkish Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine.
  • Arnold, Major General William H., USA, Chief of the Joint Military Mission for Aid to Turkey.
  • Asha, Rafiq, Syrian Consul General at New York.
  • Atasi, Adnan, Syrian Minister in France.
  • al-Atasi, Faydi, Syrian Foreign Minister, August–November 1951.
  • al-Atasi, Hashim, President of Syria until December 1951.
  • Attlee, Clement R., British Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, July 1945–October 1951.
  • Auriol, Vincent, President of the French Republic.
  • Austin, Warren R., Representative at the United Nations and Representative on the Security Council; President of the Security Council in August 1951.
  • Averoff, Evangelos, Liberal Member of the Greek Parliament; Greek Foreign Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, from October 1951.
  • Avner, Gershon, Director, West European Department, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Await, Fred H., Officer in Charge of Arabian Peninsula Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Azcarate, Pablo de, Principal Secretary of the Palestine Conciliation Commission.
  • al-Azm, Khalid, Syrian Prime Minister, March–August 1951.
  • Azzam Pasha, Abdul Rahman, Secretary General of the League of Arab States.
  • Badra, Mohamed, Tunisian Minister of Social Affairs.
  • Bakr, Abdullah, Iraqi Minister in the United States.
  • Balluseck, Daniel J. von, Netherlands Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in April 1951.
  • Bancroft, Harding F., Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State; Deputy United States Representative on the United Nations Collective Measures Committee.
  • Barbour, Walworth, Counselor of the Embassy in the Soviet Union.
  • Barco, James W., Acting Deputy Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Barrow, John Ralph, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State; Political Officer at the Embassy in Iraq, from September 1951; Second Secretary of the Embassy and Counselor, from October 1951.
  • Baxter, William O., First Secretary of the Embassy in Turkey.
  • Bayar, Celal, President of the Republic of Turkey.
  • Beale, Wilson Thomas Moore, Jr., Officer in Charge, Economic Affairs, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, from April 15, 1951.
  • Bebler, Ales, Yugoslav Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in September 1951.
  • Bechhoefer, Bernhard G., Officer in Charge of International Security Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bele, General Refet, Turkish member on the Advisory Committee of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
  • Bell, John O., Assistant Director, International Security Affairs, Office of the Secretary.
  • Ben Gurion, David, Israeli Prime Minister and Minister of Defense.
  • Ben Youssef, Salah, Tunisian Minister of Justice; Secretary General of the Néo-Destour Party.
  • Benard, Jean-Pierre, First-Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • Bendor, Shmuel, Director, United States Department, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Bennsky, George M., Jr., Office of International Finance, Department of the Treasury.
  • Bergus, Donald C., Second Secretary and Consul at the Legation in Lebanon; assigned also to Cairo, Tehran, Baghdad, Amman, Jerusalem, Jidda, Damascus, and Sana’a.
  • Berry, Burton Y., Deputy Assistant Secretary of the State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, from August 1950; Acting Assistant Secretary, from December 11, 1951.
  • Bethune, Mrs. Mary Macleod. Founder and President-Emeritus, National Council of Negro Women and Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona, Florida.
  • Bevin, Ernest, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until March 1951.
  • Bingham, Jonathan B., Assistant Director for Non-European Affairs, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State; after October 1951, Deputy Administrator, Technical Cooperation Administration.
  • Bishop, Max W., Department of State Member on the National Security Council Staff. July 1949–July 1951: Consul at Dhahran. Saudi Arabia, from July 1951; Consul General at Dhahran, from September 1951.
  • Bissell, Richard M., Jr., Deputy Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Blaisdell, William M., Deputy Chief, Mediterranean Branch, European Program Division, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Bland, Lieutenant Colonel Edwin A., Jr., USAF, Air Attaché” at the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Blandford, John B., Jr., U.S. Representative on the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), assigned at Beirut with the personal rank of Ambassador, March 17, 1951; Director of UNRWA, from July 1951.
  • Blandy, Admiral William H. P., USN (Ret.), Former Commander in Chief, Atlantic, and U.S. Atlantic Fleet until February 1, 1950.
  • Blaustein, Jacob, President, American Jewish Committee.
  • de Blesson, Jacques, French Deputy Resident General in Morocco.
  • Bloom, Hyman, Consul at Accra, Gold Coast.
  • Boggs, Samuel W., Special Adviser on Geography in the Office of Intelligence Research, Department of State.
  • Bohlen, Charles E., Minister of the Embassy in France until March 1951; thereafter, Counselor of the Department of State.
  • de Boisanger, Claude Brétrt, French Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine, until July 1951.
  • Bolté, Major General Charles L., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, U.S. Army, until February 12, 1951; promoted to Lieutenant General and appointed Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, U.S. Army, February 13, 1951.
  • Bonbright, James C. H., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador to the United States.
  • Bonsal, Philip, Minister of the Embassy in France.
  • Bossavy, Colonel Georges, Chairman of the Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Botsio, Kojo, Gold Coast Minister of Education and Social Welfare.
  • Boudali, Nouri, Assistant Secretary General, Union Général Tunsiens du Travail (Tunisian Nationalist Trade Union Federation).
  • Bouhafa, El Abed, Executive Secretary of the Committee for Freedom of North Africa in the United States.
  • Bourgerie, Elmer H., Director of the Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bourguiba (Bourghiba), Habib, President of the Néo-Destour Party in Tunisia.
  • Bowker, Sir Reginald James, Superintending Under Secretary of State of the Eastern Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Bradley, General of the Army Omar N., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Brannan, Charles F., Secretary of Agriculture.
  • Bray, William H., Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Brougham, Robert I., Vice-President and Treasurer, Arabian-American Oil Company.
  • Browdy, Benjamin G., President, Zionist Organization of America.
  • Brown, Ben H., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations.
  • Brown, Constantine., Reporter and Columnist for the Washington Star.
  • Brownell, George A., Special Adviser to Secretary of the Air Force, 1950.
  • Bruce, David K. E., Ambassador to France.
  • Bruins, John H., Counselor of the Legation in Lebanon.
  • Bunche, Ralph J., Director, Department of Trusteeship, Unites Nations; formerly Acting U.N. Mediator in Palestine, 1948–1949.
  • Burns, Major General James H., USA (Ret.), Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Foreign Military Affairs and Military Assistance, until January 11, 1951; thereafter, Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Burns, Norman, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Burns, Robert L., Office of Near Eastern Affairs. Department of State.
  • Burrows, Bernard A. B., Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Busson, Rene, President and Director General, Banque de Syrie et du Liban until June 1951.
  • Butler, Victor S., Under-Secretary, British Ministry of Fuel and Power.
  • Butrick, Richard P., Director General of the Foreign Service.
  • Byington, Homer M., Deputy Director, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Byrd, Richard W., Counselor of the Embassy in Australia.
  • Cabell, Major General Charles P., USA, Director, Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Cabot, Thomas D., Director, International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, Ambassador to Egypt.
  • Cameron, Warde M., Assistant Legal Adviser for Administration and Foreign Service, Department of State.
  • Campbell, John C., Officer in Charge of Balkan Affairs, Department of State.
  • Cannelloupoulos. See Kanellopoulos.
  • Cannon, Cavendish W., Minister in Syria.
  • Cardozo, Michael H., Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Carney, Admiral Robert B., USN, Commander in Chief United States Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean.
  • Carns, Colonel Edwin H. J., USA, Deputy Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Casabianca, Marcel, Head of the French Section of the Tunisian Grand Council.
  • Case, John C., Vice President and Director, Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Inc.
  • Cassell, C. Abayomi, Liberian Attorney General.
  • Chapman, Alec, Washington Representative, Arabian-American Oil Company.
  • Charles, Sir Noel Hughes Havelock, British Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Chenik, Sidi Mohamed, Tunisian Prime Minister.
  • Cherine Bey, Ismail, Commander of the Egyptian Frontier; Egyptian Government Liaison Officer with UNRWA.
  • Childs, Archie W., Consul General at Lagos, Nigeria, from April 1951.
  • Childs, J. Rives, Ambassador to Ethiopia, from May 14, 1951.
  • Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, 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.
  • Clapp, Gordon R., Chairman, of the United Nations Economic Survey Mission for the Middle East, 1949.
  • Clark, Harlan B., Officer in Charge of Lebanon-Syria-Iraq Affairs, Department of State, from October 1949; First Secretary and Consul of the Legation in Syria, from March 1951.
  • Clark, Lewis, United States Representative on the United Nations Advisory Council for Libya, with the personal rank of Ambassador.
  • Cochran, H. Merrill, Ambassador to Indonesia.
  • Coe, Robert D., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Collins, General J. Lawton, USA, Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Comay, Michael, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Connally, Tom, Democratic Senator from Texas and Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
  • Connelly, Bernard C., First Secretary of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Conrad. William E. F., Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Contee, Lieutenant Colonel Raymond E., USA, Meiriber of the United States Military Training Mission in Liberia.
  • Cordier, Andrew W., Executive Secretary to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Coulson, J. E., United Kingdom Alternate Representative at the United Nations.
  • Crawford, Boyd, Staff Administrator and Committee Clerk, House Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • Crocker, Edward S., Ambassador to Iraq.
  • Crowe, Smith N., Jr., Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Cyr, Leo G., Officer in Charge of Northern African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Czyzak, John J., Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dafni, Reuven, Israeli Consul at Los Angeles until early 1951; thereafter, Press Officer and Spokesman, Israeli Foreign Ministry.
  • Daridan, Jean, Minister Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • Davies, Ralph K., President, American Independent Oil Company.
  • Davis, Rear Admiral Arthur C., USN (promoted to Vice Admiral, February 1951), Director, Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Davis, Lieutenant Colonel John J., USA, Army Attaché at the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Davis, Monnett B., Ambassador to Israel, from February 26, 1951.
  • Davis, Owen, First Secretary of the Australian Embassy in the United States until autumn 1951.
  • Davis, Richard H., Officer in Charge of U.S.S.R. Affairs, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Davis, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas R., USA, Operations Division, Mediterranean and Middle East Branch.
  • al-Dawalibi, Maruf, Leader of the Syrian People’s Party; President of the Syrian Chamber of Deputies until November 1951; designated Syrian Prime Minister on November 28 and deposed that same day; formally resigned on December 1.
  • Day, Brigadier General Edwin M., USAF, Commanding General, Dhahran Airfield, from February 1951.
  • de Blesson. See Blesson.
  • Delaney, Peter, Office of International Finance, Department of the Treasury,
  • de Margerie. See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • Dembo, Morris, Third Secretary of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Dennis, Gabriel L., Liberian Secretary of State.
  • Dennis, William E., Liberian Secretary of the Treasury; Chairman of the Joint (U.S.-Liberian) Commission on Economic Development.
  • de Paul, Carter N., Jr., Chief, Mediterranean Branch, European Program Division, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • de Ridder, Bennett L., Colonel, Belgian Army; Deputy and sometime Acting Chief of Staff, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization for Palestine.
  • Dixon, Ben Franklin, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dixon, Sir Pierson John, British Deputy Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; British Representative on the Brussels Treaty Permanent Commission.
  • Dondero, Raphael, Assistant Comptroller, Budget Execution, Office of the Director for Mutual Security.
  • Dönges, Theophilius Ebenhaezer, Minister of Interior of the Union of South Africa.
  • Dorman, John, Consul at Tunis.
  • Dorr, Russell H., Chief of the Economic Cooperation Administration, Mission to Turkey.
  • Dorsey, Stephen P., Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dorsz, Edmund J., Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Drake, J. Frank, Chairman of the Board, Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Drew, Gerald A., Minister in Jordan.
  • Du Bois, Jean E. S., Belgian Minister to Israel.
  • Duce, James Terry, Executive Vice President, Arabian-American Oil Company.
  • Dudley, A.A., Head of United Nations (Economic and Social) Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Dudley, Edward R., Ambassador to Liberia.
  • Dulles, Allen W., Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency.
  • Duncan, Admiral Donald B., USN, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Operations), from March 1, 1950; promoted to Admiral and appointed Vice Chief of Naval Operations, August 10, 1951.
  • Duncan, Enoch S., Consul at Kuwait.
  • Duncan, Henry B., Liberian Secretary of Public Works and Utilities.
  • Durnan, James J., Desk Officer for British Territories in Africa, Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Du Toit, Major General Christian L., Chief of the General Staff, Union of South Africa.
  • Eakens, Robert H.S., Chief, Petroleum Policy Staff, Department of State.
  • Eban, Abba, Israeli Ambassador to the United States.
  • Eddy, Colonel William A., USMC (Ret.), Consultant to the Arabian-American Oil Company.
  • Ede, James C., British Home Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons until October 1951.
  • Eden, Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, from October 27, 1951.
  • Efteland, Robert G., Secretary, International Security Affairs Committee, Department of State.
  • Egeli, General Yusuf Adil, Commanding General of the Turkish Fifth Army Corps.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight David, Supreme Commander, Allied Powers, Europe.
  • Elliot, Air Chief Marshal Sir William, RAF, Chairman, British Joint Services Mission.
  • Emery, George H., Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Erasmus, Frangois Christiaan, South African Minister of Defense.
  • Erhardt, John G., Ambassador to the Union of South Africa, 1950–1951; died February 18, 1951.
  • Erkin, Feridun C., Turkish Ambassador to the United States.
  • Erskine, Lieutenant Colonel Sir George W. E. J., G.O.C. British Troops Egypt, and Mediterranean Command.
  • Esenbel, Melih, Counselor of Turkish Embassy in the United States.
  • Esin, Seyfullah, Turkish Minister to Israel.
  • Evans, Trefor E., Joint Secretary of the Middle East (Official) Committee, Middle East Secretariat, Eastern Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Evans, Major General Vernon, USA, Chief of the U.S. Military Mission to the Iranian Army.
  • Eytan, Walter, Director General, Israeli Foreign Ministry.
  • Faisal II, King of Iraq.
  • Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz, Prince, Saudi Arabian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Viceroy of Hejaz.
  • al-Faqih, Shaikh Asad, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States.
  • Farag, Ibrahim, Egyptian Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs.
  • Farmer, Garland R., Jr., Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Farouk I, King of Egypt.
  • Farra, Jamal E. D., Secretary General, Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Fawzi Bey, Mahmoud, Egyptian Representative at the United Nations.
  • Feinberg, Abraham, President, Development Corporation for Israel.
  • Feisal. See Faisal.
  • Feld, Nicholas, Officer in Charge of West Central and East African Affairs, Department of State, from September 1951.
  • Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr., Acting Officer in Charge of Iranian Affairs, Department of State, from January 1951.
  • Ferguson, John H., Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Fife, Vice Admiral James, Jr., Deputy Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Finletter, Thomas K., Secretary of the Air Force.
  • Fischer, Maurice, Israeli Minister in France; Israeli Representative at the United Nations.
  • Flett, Martin Teall, British Under Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Ford, Richard, Counselor of the Embassy in Israel until February 1951.
  • Forrestal, James V., Secretary of Defense, 1947–1949.
  • Forsyth, Douglas D., Secretary of the Department of External Affairs of the Union of South Africa.
  • Foster, William C., Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration until September 1951; thereafter, Deputy Secretary of Defense.
  • Fowler, Robert William Doughty, British Commonwealth Relations Office; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation to the United Nations.
  • Franks, Sir Oliver S., British Ambassador to the United States.
  • Fraser, Sir William, Chairman of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
  • Frederick, Major General Robert USA , Chief of the U.S. Joint Military Aid Group in Greece, from May 1951; assigned to the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army, October 1951.
  • Frisbie, Bryan R., Minerals Attache” at the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Fritzlan, A. David, First Secretary of the Legation and Consul in Jordan.
  • Fryer, E. Reeseman, Chief, Health, Manpower, and Education Division, Technical Cooperation Administration (TCA), from February 1951; Assistant Administrator, Near East Field Operations, TCA, from October 1951.
  • Fuhrman, Osmond C.W., Australian Minister to Israel.
  • Funkhouser, Richard, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, from January 1951.
  • Furlonge, Geoffrey W., Head of the Eastern Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Gaitskell, Hugh T.N., British Chancellor of the Exchequer until October 23, 1951.
  • Gallad (Galal-Eddine) Bey, Ahmed, Director General of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
  • Gallman, Waldemar, J., Ambassador in the Union of South Africa, from October 18, 1951.
  • Gardiner, Arthur Z., Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Gargoni, Khalid, Counsellor to the King of Saudi Arabia.
  • Geren, Paul, Second Secretary of the Legation in Syria.
  • Gerig, O. Benjamin, Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ghiardi, John F.L., Assistant U.S. Treasury Representative at Cairo.
  • Gibson, Sir Horace Stephen, Manager Director, Iraq Petroleum Company, Ltd.
  • Gifford, Walter S., Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • Giustiniani, Raimondo, Italian Minister to Israel.
  • Gleason, S. Everett, Deputy Executive Secretary, National Security Council.
  • Glubb, Lieutenant General John Bagot, British Officer Commanding the Arab Legion in Jordan.
  • Gnade, Richard E., Officer in Charge, Lebanon-Syria-Iraq Affairs, Department of State, from October 5, 1951.
  • Godley, G. McMurtie II, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Goldmann, Nahum, Chairman, American Section, Jewish Agency for Palestine.
  • Gordon, David L., Economist with the Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in France.
  • Gorlitz, Samuel J., Assistant Chief for Public Loans, Investment and Economic Development Staff, Department of State.
  • Grady, Henry F., Ambassador to Iran until September 1951.
  • Greenhill, Denis A., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Grigoropoulos, Lieutenant General Theodores, Head of the Greek National Army General Staff, March–May 1951; Head of the Greek National Defense Staff, from June 1951.
  • Gromyko, Andrey Andreyevich, Soviet First Deputy Foreign Minister.
  • Gross, Ernest A., Deputy Representative at the United Nations and Deputy Representative on the Security Council.
  • Gulick, Clarence Swift, European Program Division, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Guyon, Edouard-Felix, French Minister in Israel.
  • Hachad, Farhat, Secretary General of the Union Général Tunisiens du Travail.
  • Hadraba, Theodore, Counselor of the Embassy in Turkey.
  • Haikal, Yusuf, Minister of Jordan in the United States.
  • Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia.
  • Hains, Colonel Peter C., USA, Deputy Director of the Office of Military Assistance, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Hakim, George, Counselor of the Lebanese Legation in the United States; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim, from November 10, 1951.
  • al-Hakim, Hassan, Syrian Prime Minister, from August 1951.
  • Halaby, Najeeb E., Jr., Assistant for International Security Affairs to the Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Hamilton, Charles W., Vice-President (Foreign Production Division), Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Hamilton, Brigadier General Pierpont M., USAF, Chief of Policy Division, Directorate of Plans and Operations, U.S. Air Force.
  • Hamilton, William L., Jr., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hamza, Fuad Bey, Counselor to King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia.
  • Handley, William J., Labor Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Harding, Charles L., Director, Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Inc.,
  • Hare, Raymond A., Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Special Assistant to the President; Chairman of the NATO Temporary Council Committee, from September 1951; Director for Mutual Security, from October 1951.
  • Haselton, George H., Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hassett, William D., Secretary to President Truman.
  • Havenga, Nicolaas C., Minister of Finance and leader of the Afrikaner Party in the Union of South Africa.
  • Hay, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Rupert, British Political Representative at Bahrein.
  • Helm, Sir Knox, British Minister in Israel.
  • Helou (Hilou), Charles, Lebanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, after July 1951.
  • Hemba, Alton W., Staff Assistant, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Henderson, Loy W., Ambassador to India (accredited also to Nepal), until September 1951; thereafter, Ambassador to Iran.
  • Herlitz, Esther, First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Herzog, Colonel Chaim, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Hewitt, Warren E., Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Hickerson, John D., Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs.
  • Hill, C. Reed, Technical Cooperation Officer in Liberia; member of the Joint (U.S.-Liberian) Commission on Economic Development; Chief of the Liberian Economic Mission.
  • Hill, W. Martin, Deputy Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • al-Hinnawi, Colonel Sami, Syrian military officer; leader of coup d’état in August 1951.
  • Holmes, Julius C., Minister in the United Kingdom.
  • Hope, Mary E., Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hopkinson, Daniel K., Director, European Program Division, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Horowitz, David, Director-General, Israeli Ministry of Finance.
  • Hoskins, Harold B., Consultant to the Department of State.
  • Hourani (Haurani, Hawrani), Akram, Syrian member of Parliament, Founder of the Arab Socialist Resurrection (Ba’th) Party, and former Syrian Minister of Defense.
  • Howard, Harry N., United Nations Adviser in the Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Howard, John B., Regional Planning Adviser in the Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • abul-Huda, Tawfiq. See Abul Huda (Abu al-Huda), Tawfiq.
  • Hudson, Manley O., international law counsel to the Saudi Arabian Government.
  • Hull, Lieutenant General John E., USA, Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration, U.S. Army, January–July 1951.
  • Humelsine, Carlisle H., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration.
  • Hussein ibn Talal, Prince of Jordan.
  • Hyman, Semah Cecil, Economic Counselor of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Ibn Saud, Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia.
  • Idris I (Sayyid Muhammad Idris al-Sanussi), King of Libya, from December 24, 1951.
  • Ilah, Amir Abdul. See Abdul Ilah, Amir.
  • Imlay, Dorothy W., Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ingersoll, Rear Admiral S.H., USN, Director, Strategic Plans, Office of the Chief of Naval Operationis.
  • Jackson, Basil, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
  • Jacquet, Raymond, Director General of Political and Administrative Service, French Residency General in Tunisia.
  • Jacquin de Margerie, Roland. Assistant Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Jaddid, Major G., Chief, Syrian Delegation, Syria-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Jago, John W., Executive Director, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Jakins, H.G., British Political Agent in Kuwait.
  • al-Jamali, Mohamed Fadhil, Iraqi Representative at the United Nations.
  • Jamieson, K.D., Second Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Jansen, Ernest George, Governor General for the Union of South Africa.
  • al-Jarbi (Jerbi), Ali Bey, Libyan Foreign Minister, March-December 1951.
  • Jarvie, Basil J., Counselor of the South African Embassy in the United States.
  • Jebb, Sir Hubert Miles Gladwyn, British Permanent Representative at the United Nations, President of the United Nations Security Council in July 1951.
  • Jenkins, Major General Reuben E., Chief of the Joint United States Military Aid Group to Greece.
  • Jessup, Philip C., Ambassador at Large; Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Johnson, Louis A., Secretary of Defense until September 1950.
  • Johnson, U. Alexis, Director of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs, Department of State, from February 4, 1951; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, from November 30, 1951.
  • Jones, G. Lewis, Jr., Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Jones, J. Jefferson III, Deputy Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Department of State.
  • Jones, Owen T., First Secretary of the Embassy in Israel.
  • Jooste, Gerhardus Petrus, South African Ambassador to the United States.
  • Juini, General Pierre Alphonse, French Resident General in Morocco, until January 1951; Inspector General, French Armed Forces, from January 1951.
  • Kanellopoulos, Panayotis, joint leader of the Populist-Unionist (LEK) Party in Greece.
  • Kaplan, Eliezer, Israeli Minister of Finance.
  • Karaosğmanoglu, Fevzi Lutfi, Turkish Minister of State for Marshall Plan Affairs until March 9, 1951.
  • Kartalis, George, former EPEK Member of the Greek Parliament; Greek Minister of Coordination, from October 1951.
  • Katz, Milton, United States Special Representative in Europe under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948, until September 1951.
  • Keeler, Erwin P., First Secretary of the Embassy in Israel, from April 1951.
  • Keren, Moshe, Counselor, Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Khalil, Akmar, Senior Jordanian Representative on the Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • el-Khouri, Faiz, Syrian Minister in the United States; President of the Syrian Delegation at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • al-Khuri, Bishara, President of Lebanon.
  • Kiefer, Alexander F., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • King, Charles D. B., former President of Liberia, 1923–1930; Liberian Ambassador to the United States, from 1949.
  • Kirkbride, Sir Alec, British Minister in Jordan.
  • Knight, Sir Henry, British Representative on the Advisory Commission Of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
  • Knight, Ridgway B., Acting Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, from March 1950; subsequently, Officer in Charge; Acting Deputy Director, from February 16, 1951; Adviser on NATO Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, from July 1951.
  • Kollek, Theodore (Teddy), Minister of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Kopper, Samuel K. C., Deputy Director, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Köprülü, Fuad, Turkish Foreign Minister.
  • Köymen, Hulusi, Turkish Minister of National Defense.
  • Kuter, Major General Laurence S., USAF (promoted to Lieutenant General April 10, 1951), Commander, Military Air Transport Service, Andrews Air Force Base.
  • Kyrou, Alexis, Greek Representative at the United Nations.
  • Labonne, Eirik, French Resident General in Morocco, 1946–1947.
  • Labouisse, Henry R., Director of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, until March 1951; Director, Planning Staff, Bureau of European Affairs, from March 1951.
  • Lacoste, Francis, French Alternate Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in February 1951.
  • Lalor, Rear Admiral William G., USN (Ret.), Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Lambrakis, Demetrius, publisher of the Athens newspapers To Vima and Ta Nea.
  • Landon, Major General Truman H., USAF, Director of Plans, Headquarters, United States Air Force, until February 1951.
  • Lapham, Roger D., Chief, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece.
  • Laskey, Denis S., United Kingdom Alternate Representative on the United Nations Security Council.
  • La Tour du Pin Verclause, Geoffrey, Division of African-Levant Affairs, French Foreign Ministry, until October 1951; on special mission in Morocco, from October 1951.
  • Lavon, Pinhas, Israeli Minister of Agriculture.
  • Lawton, Frederick J., Director, Bureau of the Budget.
  • Lay, James S., Jr., Executive Secretary, National Security Council.
  • Lecheres, General Charles, Chief of Staff, French Air Force; Chairman, French Joint Chiefs of Staff, French Representative, Military Committee, North Atlantic Council.
  • Lee, Major General Robert M., USAF, Director of Plans, Headquarters, United States Air Force.
  • Le Roy de la Tournelle, Guy, Director General of Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Lescuyer, Jean, French Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Levy, Walter J., Petroleum Consultant.
  • Lewis, Charles W., Jr., Consul General in Istanbul.
  • Lewis, Geoffrey W., Deputy Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State.
  • Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistani Prime Minister.
  • Lie, Trygve H., Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Lincoln, Francis F., Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Linder, Harold F., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Loftus, John A., Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lourie, Arthur, Israeli Consul General at New York; Israeli Deputy Representative at the United Nations.
  • Lovett, Robert A., Deputy Secretary of Defense, until September 1951; thereafter Secretary of Defense.
  • Luc, Robert, Head of the Near East Division, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Ludlow, James M., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lynch, Andrew G., Consul General at Tripoli.
  • Lynch, Thomas J., General Counsel, Department of the Treasury.
  • MacArthur, Douglas II, Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, until February 1951; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in France and Adviser on International Affairs to the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
  • Macatee, Robert B., United States Representative on the Advisory Commission of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
  • Macgregor, Gordon, Technical Cooperation Administration.
  • Maffitt, Edward P., Adviser for Security Council and General Affairs, United States Mission to the United Nations.
  • Makleff, Brigadier General Mordechai, Israel Defense Army.
  • Maktos, John, Assistant Legal Adviser for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Malan, Daniel Frangois, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa.
  • Malania, Leo, Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Malcolm, Colonel Marion, USAF, Head of the Military Rights Division, Assistant for Air Bases, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Department of Defense.
  • Malik, Charles, Lebanese Minister in the United States.
  • Malik, Yakov Aleksandrovich, Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister; Soviet Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in June 1951.
  • Mamgano, Philip A., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Maniadakis, Constantine, joint leader of the Greek Politike Anexartetos Parataxis (Independent Political Array).
  • Mansfield, Michael J., Democratic Congressman from Montana; Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Mansur (Mansour), Prince, Saudi Arabian Minister of Defense until May 1, 1951.
  • Marchal, Léon, French Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine, from July 15, 1951.
  • Marei Bey, Ali, Director of Protocol, Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
  • Margolies, Daniel F., Deputy Director, Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Margrave, Robert, Munitions Division, Office of Security and Consular Affairs, Department of State.
  • Marjolin, Robert Ernest, Secretary General of the Organization for European Cooperation.
  • Markezinis, Spyros B., leader of the New Party in Greece.
  • Marshall, Charles Burton, Member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Marshall, George C., Secretary of Defense until September 17, 1951.
  • Martin, Edwin M., Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Mathews, Elbert G., Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Department of State; Consul at Istanbul, from June 18, 1951, Consul General at Istanbul, from September 20, 1951.
  • Matienzo, Eduardo Anze, United Nations Commissioner for Eritrea.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Under Secretary of State.
  • Mattison, Gordon H., Counselor of the Embassy in Egypt.
  • Mavros, George, Greek Minister of Finance, from February 2, 1951.
  • McBride, Harry C., Administrator, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • McBride, John W., Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • McBride, Robert Henry, United States Consul at Rabat, Morocco until September 1951; with the Embassy in France, from September 1951.
  • McCloy, John J., United States High Commissioner for Germany.
  • McDaniel, Bruce W., Appointed Chief of the Technical Cooperation Administration Mission to Israel, October 14, 1951.
  • McDermott, Michael J., Special Assistant for Press Relations to the Secretary of State.
  • McFall, Jack K., Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations.
  • McGhee, George C., Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, from October 1949; Ambassador to Turkey, from December 1951.
  • McJunkins, Orren R., Deputy Chief of the Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Turkey.
  • McWilliams, William J., Director, Executive Secretariat, Department of State.
  • Meeker, Leonard C., Assistant Legal Adviser for United Nations Affairs; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Meier, Oscar W., Officer in Charge of African Economic Affairs, Department of State, from March 1951; Chief of the Economic Mission in Liberia, 1946–1950.
  • Melas, Leonidas, Greek Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • Meloy, Francis E., Jr., Assistant to the Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State.
  • Memminger, Robert B., First Secretary of the Embassy in Greece.
  • Menderes, Adnan, Turkish Prime Minister.
  • Menzies, Robert G., Australian Prime Minister.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, until November 1951; thereafter, Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs.
  • Meron, Gershon, Director, Economic Division, Israeli Foreign Ministry.
  • Merrell, George R., Ambassador to Ethiopia until March 17, 1951.
  • Milicević, Nikola, Yugoslav Minister to Israel.
  • Milne, Matilda L., Assistant Chief, Exchange Rates, Monetary Affairs Staff, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Department of State.
  • Minor, Harold B., Minister in Lebanon, from September 1951.
  • Misha’al al-Saud, Amir, Saudi Arabian Minister of Defense and Aviation, from May 1951.
  • Mitchell, William, Special Adviser to the Secretary of the Air Force.
  • Moatsis, John, former Chef de Cabinet in the Government of Greek Prime Minister Nicholas Plastiris, April–November 1951.
  • Mohammed al Amin, Sidi (Sidi Mohammed Lamine Pasha), Bey of Tunisia.
  • Mohammed ben Youssef, Sidi, Sultan of Morocco.
  • Moline, Edwin G., Acting Chief, Economic Defense Staff, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, Department of State, from April 10, 1951; Chief, from November 21, 1951.
  • Monem, Abdul Mostafa Bey. See Abdul Monem, Mostafa Bey.
  • Monsma, George R., Officer in Charge of International Organization Affairs, Office of Regional American Affairs, Department of State.
  • Moodie, Colin T., Counselor of the Australian Embassy in the United States.
  • Moore, C. Robert, Officer in Charge of Turkish Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Moore, W. F., President, Arabian-American Oil Company.
  • Moreland, William D., Consul in the Consulate General at Dakar, French West Africa.
  • Morrison, Herbert, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, March–October, 1951.
  • Morse, Peter K., Office of the General Counsel, Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Mosadeq (Mossadegh), Mohammad, Chairman of the Iranian Majlis oil commission and leader of the Iranian National Front; Iranian Prime Minister from April 29, 1951.
  • al-Mulki (Mulqi), Fawzi, Jordanian Minister of Defense until December 1950.
  • Muniz, Joao Carlos, Brazilian Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in October 1951.
  • Muntasir, Mahmud, Libyan Prime Minister, from March 1951.
  • Murphy, Carl, President of the Afro-American newspapers.
  • el-Nahas Pasha, Mustafa, Egyptian Prime Minister and President of the Wafd Party.
  • Naif, Emir, Regent of Jordon, July 20–September 6, 1951.
  • Nash, Frank C., Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, until July 1951; thereafter, Assistant for International Security Affairs to the Secretary of Defense.
  • Nashashibi, Azmi, Senior Jordanian representative on the Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission; Under Secretary in the Jordanian Foreign Ministry.
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, Indian Prime Minister and Minister for External Affairs and Commonwealth Relations.
  • Newell, George T., Vice President, Manufacturers Trust Company.
  • Newton, James D., Petroleum Policy Staff, Department of State.
  • Nitze, Paul H., Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Nkrumah, Kwame, Leader of Government Business (Prime Minister) of the Legislative Assembly of the Gold Coast; leader of Gold Coast Convention People’s Party.
  • Noble, Donald, Assistant Legal Counsel, Arabian American Oil Company.
  • Norton, Sir Clifford John, British Ambassador to Greece.
  • Nuri al-Said. See al-Said, Nuri.
  • Ofsthtin, Colonel Sidney A., USAF, Chief, Plans and Programs Division, Office of Military Assistance, Department of Defense.
  • Ohliger, Floyd W., Vice President in Charge of Government Liaison in Saudi Arabia, Arabian American Oil Company.
  • Ohly, John H., Deputy Director of Mutual Defense Assistance, until January 8, 1951; thereafter, with International Security Affairs (ISA), Department of State; from October 1951, Assistant Director for Policy and Program Development, ISA.
  • O’Keefe, Brigadier General Richard J., USAF, Commanding General, Dhahran Airfield.
  • Ordonneau, Pierre, Member of the French Delegation at the United Nations.
  • Oudot, Emile, Senior Director and, after June 10, 1951, temporary President and Director General of the Banque de Syrie et du Liban in Lebanon.
  • Pace, Frank, Jr., Secretary of the Army.
  • Packard, Major General Sir Charles Douglas, Commander, British Military Mission in Greece, 1949–1951; Chief of Staff, General Headquarters, Middle East Land Forces, 1951–1953.
  • Pahlevi, Mohammad Reza Shah, Shah of Iran.
  • Paige, Robert D., Foreign Program Officer, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece.
  • Palmer, Ely E., United States Representative and Chairman, United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine.
  • Palmer, Joseph 2d, First Secretary of the Embassy in the United Kingdom; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Papagos. Field Marshal Alexander, Commander in Chief of Greek Armed Forces until May 1951; Head of the political movement known as “Greek Rally”, from August 1951.
  • Papandreou, George, Greek Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Coordination, and Minister of Religion and National Education, until July 1951; leader of the George Papandreou Party.
  • Papapolitis, Savvas, EPEK Member of the Greek Parliament, 1951; Greek Minister of Commerce, from October 1951.
  • Papaspyrou, Demitrios, former EPEK Member of the Greek Parliament; Greek Minister of Justice, from October 1951.
  • Parker, Paul C., U.S. Treasury Representative in the Middle East
  • Parsons, J. Graham, Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Patrick, Captain G. Serpell, USN, Office of Foreign Military Affairs, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense.
  • Patterson, Jefferson, United States Representative on the United Nations Special Committee on the Balkans.
  • Paul, Norman S., Deputy Assistant for International Security Affairs to the Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration.
  • Pelt, Adrian, United Nations Commissioner in Libya.
  • Penfield, James K., Counselor of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Perillier, Louis, French Resident General in Tunisia.
  • Perkins, George W., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Peurifoy, John E., Ambassador to Greece and Chief of the American Mission for Aid to Greece.
  • Phelps, Vernon L., Chief, Trade Agreements Branch, Commercial Policy Staff, Department of State.
  • Pinder, Frank E., United States Agricultural Adviser in Liberia.
  • Pinkerton, Lowell C., Minister in Lebanon.
  • Pipinelis, Panayotis, former Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Plakias, John N., Consul General at Dakar, French West Africa.
  • Plastiras, General Nicholas, Prime Minister of Greece, from October 1951; joint leader with Emmanuel Tsouderos of the National Progressive Union of the Center (EPEK).
  • Plitt, Edwin A., Diplomatic Agent and Consul General at Tangier until April 1951; thereafter, Senior United Nations Adviser to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State; member of the U.S. Delegation Staff of Advisers at the Sixth Session of the U.N. General Assembly.
  • Politis, Athanase G., Greek Ambassador to the United States.
  • Politis, John, Greek Permanent Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs until August 1951; Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, August–September 1951.
  • Polk, Judd, Chief, British Commonwealth and Middle East Division, Office of International Finance, Department of the Treasury.
  • Popper, David H., Deputy Director, International Organization Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs.
  • Porter, Paul R., Assistant Administrator for Program, Economic Cooperation Administration; Acting United States Special Representative in Europe under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948, from September 1951.
  • Porter, William J., Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Potamianos, Haralambos, Private Secretary to Paul, King of the Hellenes and Honorary General Aide to the King.
  • Power, Thomas F., Jr., Principal Secretary, United Nations Mission in Libya; Personal Representative in Libya of the United Nations Secretary-General.
  • Proctor, David, Vice President and General Counsel, Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Puaux, Frangois, Deputy Director of the Protectorates, French Foreign Ministry.
  • Puaux, Gabriel, French Resident General in Morocco, 1943–1946.
  • al-Qudsi, Nazim, Syrian Prime Minister? until March 1951.
  • Quevedo, Antonio, Ecuadorian Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in January and December 1951.
  • al-Quwatli, Shukri, former President of Syria, 1943–1949.
  • Rafael, Gideon, Israeli Alternate Representative at the United Nations.
  • Rahim, Mohamed Kamil Abdul, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States.
  • Ramati, Colonel Shaoul, Israel Defense Forces; Officer in Charge, Israeli Delegations to the Mixed Armistice Commissions.
  • Ranney, Frederic G., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • al-Rawi, Ahmad Eban Said Ibrahim, Under Secretary, Iraqi Foreign Office, 1949–1951; Iraqi Minister to Jordan, from March 3, 1951.
  • Ray, George W., Jr., General Counsel, Arabian-American Oil Company.;
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Adviser, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until March 1951; Director, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, from March 1951.
  • Razmara, General Ali, Iranian Prime Minister, from June 26, 1950 until his assassination on March 7, 1951
  • Redecker, Sydney, Consul General at Johannesburg.
  • Reinhardt, G. Frederick, Director, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Reinstein, Jacques J., Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, from August 1951.
  • Rendis, Constantine, Greek Minister of Interior, from October 1951.
  • Rhoades, Ralph O., Vice President, Gulf Oil Corporation.
  • Richards, Arthur L., Counselor of the Embassy in Iran.
  • Richardson, W. Garland, First Secretary of the Embassy in Liberia.
  • Richey, Earle J., Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • al-Rifai, Samir, Jordanian Prime Minister until July 1951.
  • Riley, Major General William E., USMC (promoted to Lieutenant General, May 1951), Chief of Staff, United Nations Truce Supervision Organization.
  • Ritter, Paul, Swiss Consul General at Tel Aviv.
  • Rives, James H., United States Public Works Adviser in Liberia.
  • Robertson, General Sir Brian H., Commander in Chief, British Middle East Land Forces.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A., Chairman of the Presidential Council on Technical Assistance.
  • Rockwell, Stuart W., Officer in Charge of Palestine-Israel-Jordan Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt), United States Representative to the Commission on Human Rights, United Nations Economic and Social Council; Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Root, John Frick, Second Secretary of the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Rosaz, Gabriel, Attaché, French Embassy.
  • Rosenson, Alexander M., Associate Chief (Chief from October 1951), Monetary Affairs Staff, Department of State.
  • Ross, John C., Deputy Representative on the Security Council; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Rountree, William M., Director of the Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ruffner, Major General Clark L., USA, Deputy Assistant for International Security Affairs to the Secretary of Defense.
  • Rusk, Dean, Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs.
  • al-Sabban, Muhmmad Surur, Saudi Arabian Minister of State.
  • Sadawi, Bashir, Leader of the National Congress Party in Libya.
  • al-Said, Nuri, Iraqi Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior.
  • Sakellariou, Vice Admiral Alexander, Royal Hellenic Navy (Ret.), member of the Greek Parliament as co-leader of the National Re-Creation Front until 1951; Greek Minister of National Defense, from October 1951.
  • Saleh, Abdullah Mulla, Personal Secretary to the Shaikh of Kuwait.
  • de St. Hardouin, J. Tarbe, French Representative on the Advisory Commission of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
  • Salaheddin Bey, Mohamed, Egyptian Foreign Minister.
  • Saleh, Alayar, Chairman of the Iranian National Oil Company, National Front Deputy, and President of the Joint Oil Committee.
  • Salha, Najib Bey, Saudi Arabian Deputy Assistant Minister of Finance.
  • Sandifer, Durward V., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Sands, William L., Jr., Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Sanjabi, Karim, Iranian Minister of Education, from May 1951.
  • al-Sanussi, Sayyid Muhammad Idris, Amir of Cyrenaica; King Idris I of Libya, from December 24, 1951.
  • Sarper, Selim, Turkish Permanent Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in May 1951.
  • Satterthwaite, Livingston, Deputy Director, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Saud. See Ibn Saud.
  • Saud ibn Abdul Aziz, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.
  • Sauer, Paul O., Minister of Transport of the Union of South Africa.
  • Savut, Ilhan, Turkish Alternate Representative on the United Nations Security Council.
  • Schuman, Robert, French Foreign Minister.
  • Scott, Major General Stanley L., USA, Director, Office of Military Assistance, Department of Defense.
  • Selo, Colonel Fawzi, Syrian Minister of Defense in the Cabinet of Nazim al-Qudsi, until March 1951; in the Cabinet of Khalid al-Azm, March–July 1951; and in the Cabinet of Hasan al-Hakim, August–November 1951. Syrian Chief of State, Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense, from December 1951.
  • Seraggedin (Sirag el Din), Fuad Pasha, Egyptian Minister of Interior and Finance and Secretary General of the Wafd Party.
  • Setser, Vernon G., Commercial Policy Staff, Department of State; Chief, Economic Treaties Branch, Office of Economic Defense and Trade Policy, after July 30, 1951.
  • Shalit, Meir, First Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in the United States.
  • Sharett, Moshe, Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs; President of the Israeli Delegation at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Shaw, Barkley, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force.
  • Sherman, Charles B., Liberian Treasury Economist; Economic Adviser to the Liberian Government.
  • Sherman, Admiral Forrest P., Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Shiloah, Reuven, Special Adviser to the Israeli Foreign Minister.
  • al-Shishakli (Shishikli), Colonel Adib, Chief of Staff of the Syrian Army, from May 31, 1951; temporary Syrian Chief of State, December 1951.
  • Shukairy, Ahmad, Syrian Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly; Assistant Secretary General of the League of the League of Arab States.
  • Shullaw, J. Harold, Dominion Affairs Officer, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Silaw. See Selo.
  • Silver, Solomon, Technical Cooperation Administration.
  • Silver, Warren A., Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Sims, Harold, Officer in Charge of West, Central and East African Affairs until August 1951; thereafter, Consul General at Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia.
  • Sirry Pasha, Hussein, Egyptian Prime Minister until January 1951.
  • Slessor, Sir John C., Marshal of the British Royal Air Force.
  • Slim, Field Marshal Sir William J., Chief, British Imperial General Staff.
  • Smith, Mary L., Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Smith, Lieutenant General Walter Bedell, USA (General from July 27, 1951), Director of Central Intelligence.
  • Snoy et d’Oppuers, Baron Jean-Charles, former Chairman of the Council of the Organization for European Cooperation.
  • Snyder, John, Secretary of the Treasury.
  • Snyder, Lucille, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs.
  • Sofianopoulos (Sophianopoulos), John, joint leader of the Democratic Camp, a coalition of political parties of the extreme left in the Greek parliamentary elections of March 1950.
  • el-Solh, Riad, Prime Minister of Lebanon until February 1951; assassinated on July 16, 1951.
  • Soulie, Gaston, Assistant Chief of the Cabinet of the French Residency General in Morocco.
  • Spalding, Major General Sidney P., USA (Ret.), assistant to Major General James H. Burns during World War II.
  • Sparks, Joseph S., First Secretary of the Embassy in Egypt.
  • Spencer, John, Adviser to the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry.
  • Spofford, Charles M., United States Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council; Chairman of the North Atlantic Council Deputies and of the European Coordinating Committee.
  • Stabler, Wells, Officer in Charge of Egypt and Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Affairs, Department of State.
  • Stanton, William Q., Consul General at Lagos, Nigeria, until April 1951.
  • Steel, Christopher E., British Minister in the United States.
  • Stein, Eric, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Stephanopoulos, Stephen, joint leader of the Greek Populist-Unionist Party, incorporated into the Greek Rally in August 1951; member of the Greek Parliament.
  • Stevenson, Sir Ralph Clarmont Skrine, British Ambassador to Egypt.
  • Stinebower, Leroy D., Director, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Department of State.
  • Stowell, Major General James S., USAF, Commanding General, Continental Division, Military Air Transport Service.
  • Strang, Sir William, British Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Sturgill, Robert G., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State, from August 1951.
  • Stutesman, John H., Second Secretary of the Embassy in Iran from June 1949; Counselor of Embassy in addition to Second Secretary, from June 20, 1951.
  • Sulaiman, Abdullah, Saudi Arabian Minister of Finance.
  • Sulaiman, Hamad, Saudi Arabian Deputy Minister of Finance.
  • Surur (Suroor) al-Sabban, Muhammad. See al-Sabban, Muhammad Surur.
  • Swayzee, Cleon O., Labor Adviser to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Sweeney, Joseph, Attaché at the Embassy in the Union of South Africa.
  • Swett, Trevor W., Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Tabet, Kerim, Egyptian journalist and writer; former Press Adviser to the Egyptian Royal Cabinet; Adviser, Egyptian State Broadcasting.
  • Takla, Philip, Lebanese Minister of Finance, from June 1951.
  • Talal ibn Abdullah al-Hussein, Crown Prince of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; proclaimed King on September 5, 1951.
  • Tate, Jack B., Deputy Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Taxis, Colonel Samuel G., USMC, Chairman, Israel-Syria Mixed Armistice Commission.
  • Taylor, Fred E., Office of the Special Assistant for Fisheries and Wildlife to the Under Secretary of State.
  • Taylor, Major General Maxwell D., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff, G–3, U.S. Army, February–July 1951.
  • Tenney, E. Paul, First Secretary of the Embassy in Iraq until May 1951.
  • Thayer, Robert A., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Thornburg, Max W., foreign industrial consultant.
  • Thorp, Willard L., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Tibbetts, Margaret Joy, Attaché at the Embassy in the United Kingdom.
  • Tobin, Maurice J., Secretary of Labor.
  • Tomlinson, J. D., Adviser in the Office of United Nations Economic and Social Affairs, Department of State.
  • La Tournelle. See Le Roy de la Tournelle.
  • Trott, Alan Charles, British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
  • Truman, Harry S., President of the United States.
  • Tsakalotos, Lieutenant General Thrasyvoulos, Chief of the Greek Army General Staff, from June 1951.
  • Tsaldaris, Constantine, leader of the Populist Party in Greece; member of the Greek Parliament.
  • Tsarapkin, Semyen Konstantinovich, Soviet Alternate Representative at the United Nations.
  • Tsiang, Tingfu F., Chinese Representative at the United Nations; President of the United Nations Security Council in November 1951.
  • Tsouderos, Emmanuel, Greek Minister of Coordination; joint leader with General Nicholas Plastiris of EPEK, the National Progressive Union of the Center.
  • Tubman, William V. S., President of Liberia.
  • Tufts, Robert W., Member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Tuqan, Ahmad Bey, Jordanian Foreign Minister, March 1–April 17, 1951.
  • Turkel, Harry R., Counselor for Economic Affairs of the Embassy in Greece, from June 5, 1951.
  • Twe, Didwo, leader of the Liberian United People’s Party, 1949–1951, and the Liberian Reformation Party, from April 1951; candidate for President of Liberia in May 1951.
  • Twining, General Nathan F., USAF, Vice Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force.
  • Tyler, S. Roger, Jr., Consul at Jerusalem.
  • Ustun, Gündoğdu, Acting Secretary General of the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
  • Vallat, Francis, member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the United Nations.
  • Vandenberg, General Hoyt S., USAF, Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force.
  • Van Fleet, Lieutenant General James A., USA, former Director, Joint U.S. Military Advisory and Planning Group in Greece, 1948–1950, and Chief, Joint U.S. Military Aid Group to Greece, until July 17, 1950.
  • van Laethem, Gabriel, Second Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • Venizelos, Sophocles, Greek Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Provisional Minister of National Defense, until October 1951; thereafter, Greek Deputy Prime Minister.
  • Ventiris, Lieutenant General Constantine, Inspector General of the Greek National Army, 1949–March 1951; thereafter, Honorary General Aide to Paul, King of the Hellenes.
  • Vigier, Henri, United Nations Truce Supervisory Organization.
  • Villard, Henry S., Member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Vimont, Jacques, Secretary General of the Tunisian Government (French Residency General in Tunisia) until March 1951.
  • Voizard, Pierre, Minister of State for Monaco, until December 1951; French Resident General in Tunisia, from December 1951.
  • Vorys, John M., Republican Congressman from Ohio; Representative at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Waddell, Major E. L., Jr., USA, Office of Military Assistance, Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • al-Wadi, Shakr, Acting Iraqi Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Wadsworth, George, Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Wagner, Joseph J., Consul at Nicosia, Cyprus.
  • Waintiouse, David W., Director, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State; Adviser at the Sixth Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Waldo, John A., Jr., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Walmsley, Walter N., Jr., Special Assistant to the Ambassador at Large.
  • Ward, Angus, Consul General at Nairobi.
  • Warren, Avra M., Ambassador to Pakistan.
  • Watts, Philip H., Member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Webb, James E., Under Secretary of State.
  • Wellons, Alfred E., Office of African Affairs, Department of State.
  • White, Lincoln, Deputy Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Press Relations.
  • White, Major General Thomas D., USAF, Director of Plans, Headquarters, U.S. Air Force, from February 1951.
  • Whiteman, Marjorie M., Assistant Legal Adviser for Inter-American Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wiens, Henry, Program Review Officer, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in Turkey.
  • Winslow, Richard S., Secretary General, United States Mission at the United Nations.
  • Wooldridge, Rear Admiral Edmund T., USN, Deputy Director for Politico-Military Affairs, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Representative of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on the Senior Staff of the National Security Council.
  • Worcester, Douglas J., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Wright, Vice Admiral Jerauld, USN, Deputy United States Representative, NATO Standing Group.
  • Yadin, Major General Yigael, Chief of Staff, Defense Army of Israel.
  • ibn Yahya, Ahmad, Imam of Yemen.
  • Yamut, General Nuri, Chief of Staff, Turkish General Staff, Turkish Army.
  • Yassin, Shaikh Yusef, Saudi Arabian Deputy Foreign Minister.
  • Yingling, Raymund T., Assistant Legal Adviser for European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Yost, Charles W., Minister at the Embassy in Greece.
  • Young, Richard, International Law Counsel to the Saudi Arabian Government.
  • al-Za’im, Husni, Former Syrian Prime Minister (April–June 1949).
  • Zain, Queen of Jordan.
  • Zeineddine, Farid, Syrian Representative at the United Nations.
  • Zigdis, John (Ioannis), Liberal and later EPEK party Member of the Greek Parliament; Greek Minister without Portfolio, from October 1951.
  • Zorlu, Fatin Rüstü, Assistant Secretary General for Economic Affairs, Turkish Foreign Ministry.