List of Persons

  • Acheson, Dean G., Secretary of State, January 19, 1949–January 20, 1953.
  • Achilles, Theodore C., Vice Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council after October 3, 1950; Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in France from April 1, 1952; Chief of Mission after September 18, 1952; Minister after October 25, 1954.
  • Adair, Charles W., Jr., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, July 1954; thereafter Counselor of Embassy in Belgium.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, after September 1949; Chancellor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany after March 1951.
  • Aldrich, Winthrop W., Ambassador in the United Kingdom, February 20, 1953–February 1, 1957.
  • Alessandrini, Adolpho, Italian Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Alexander of Tunis, Lord, (Harold R. L. G. Alexander), Field Marshal, British Governor General of Canada until March 1, 1952; British Minister of Defense until October 18, 1954.
  • Alger, Frederick M., Jr., Ambassador in Belgium, July 22, 1953–March 27, 1957.
  • Allen, William Denis, Head of the Central Department of the British Foreign Office until May 1953; thereafter Assistant under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Alphand, Hervé, French Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council until September 1954.
  • Amery, Julian, Conservative member of the British House of Commons.
  • Andersen, Hans G., Legal Adviser in the Icelandic Foreign Ministry; after 1954, Icelandic Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Anderson, Frederick L., Deputy United States Special Representative in Europe at Paris after March 13, 1952.
  • Anderson, Robert B., Deputy Secretary of Defense, May 3, 1954–August 4, 1955.
  • Andrews, George D., Consul at Strasbourg from March 15, 1950.
  • Andronikov, Constantin, interpreter in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Armstrong, Frederick S., Jr., Division of Research for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Eastern Europe, Department of State, February 1952–September 1954; thereafter Consul in Quebec.
  • Arneson, R. Gordon, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Energy Affairs until April 1954; thereafter Deputy Science Adviser.
  • Attlee, Clement B., Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and First Lord of the Treasury, July 1945–October 1951; thereafter Leader of the Opposition (Labour Party) in the British House of Commons.
  • Auchincloss, John W., Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, 1953–1954.
  • Auriol, Vincent, President of the French Republic, January 16, 1947–January 15, 1954.
  • Bailey, Ronald William, First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States from April 1952.
  • Barbour, Walworth, Director of the Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State, until May 1954; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until November 1955.
  • Barnard, John L., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, February–August 1952; Assistant United Nations Adviser in the Bureau of European Affairs after November 1952.
  • Barnes, Robert G., Deputy Director of the Policy Reports Staff in the Executive Secretariat, Department of State, September 1951–April 1952.
  • Battle, Lucius C., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State after June 26, 1951; Foreign Affairs Officer in the Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs after October 13, 1952; Attaché in Denmark after January 30, 1953; First Secretary after July 26, 1954.
  • Beale, Wilson T. M., Jr., Officer in Charge of United Kingdom and Ireland Affairs, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, after April 15, 1951; Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, after July 20, 1952.
  • Beaulieu, Leroy, Chairman of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Financial and Economic Board.
  • Beaumont, Jean Michel Guèrin de, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs after June 1954.
  • Bech, Joseph, Luxembourg Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Commerce, and National Defense after 1951; Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs after December 29, 1953.
  • Becker, Fritz, Free Democratic Party member in the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany after September 1953.
  • Becker, Walther, Director of the Division of Trade Policy in the Foreign Ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Beeley, Harold, Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States, February 18, 1953–May 14, 1955.
  • Begougne De Juniac, Gontran, Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States, 1919–1955.
  • Beigel, Edgar J., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, after December 10, 1951.
  • Belcher, R. H., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Benard, Jean, Second Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States until January 1954.
  • Benediktsson, Petur, Icelandic Minister in France until 1956.
  • Berard, Armand, French Assistant High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Beria, Lavrentiy Pavlovich, Deputy Chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers, until June 1953; Soviet Minister of Internal Affairs, March 1953–June 1955; member of the Politburo (Presidium from October 1952) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, until June 1953.
  • Bettencourt, Manuel, Admiral, Chief of the General Staff of the Portuguese Armed Forces.
  • Bevan, Aneurin, Labour member of the British House of Commons.
  • Bevin, Ernest, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, July 1945–March 1951.
  • Beyen, Johan W., Netherlands Minister of Foreign Affairs, September 1, 1952– October 11, 1955 (position held jointly with Joseph Luns).
  • Bidault, Georges, Deputy Prime Minister of France and Minister of National Defense until March 1952; Minister of Foreign Affairs, January 8, 1953–June 19, 1954.
  • Bigart, Homer, staff reporter for the New York Times.
  • Birgi, Nuri, Secretary-General of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Blank, Theodor, Christian Democratic Union member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany; rapporteur for the Federal Republic of Germany for talks with the Allied High Commission regarding the German financial contribution to Western defense after December 1951; unofficial Personal Adviser to Chancellor Adenauer.
  • Blankenhorn, Herbert A.H., Director of the Political Affairs Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany after March 13, 1951.
  • Bluecher, Franz, Deputy Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and chairman of the free democratic party after 1949.
  • Blum, Robert, Assistant Deputy for Economic Affairs in the Office of the United states special representative in Europe at Paris.
  • Blumberg, Warren P., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State, 1951–1952; Office of German Political Affairs, 1952–1953; Office of German Affairs, 1953–1954.
  • Bohlen, Charles E. (Chip), Counselor of the Department of State after March 13, 1951, and member of the Senior Staff of the National Security Council after July 1951; Ambassador in the Soviet Union, March 27, 1953–March 8, 1957.
  • Bonbright, James C. H., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs after June 27, 1950; Special Assistant to the United States Permanent Representative in Europe at Paris, April 1954–January 1955.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador in the United States, January 1, 1945–January 31, 1955.
  • Bonsal, Philip W., Counselor of the Embassy in France with the personal rank of Minister until March 1952; Director of the Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State, until September 1954.
  • Boon, Hendrik N., Secretary-General of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, June 1, 1949–November 1, 1952; Netherlands Minister in Italy after November 25, 1952; Netherlands Ambassador in Italy after January 27, 1954.
  • Boone, Walter F., Admiral, United States Navy, Navy member of the Joint Strategic Survey Command, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Boothby, Sir Robert J. C., Labour member of the British House of Commons.
  • Boris, Georges, Chargé de Mission in the Personal Cabinet of French Prime Minister Mendès-France after June 1954.
  • Bougenot, André, Independent Republican Party member of the French National Assembly.
  • Bouhey, Jean, Socialist Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Bourbon-Busset, Jacques de, Director of the Cabinet, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Bourges–Maunoury, Maurice, Deputy in the French National Assembly after 1946; French Minister of Armaments and Minister of Finance, March 1952–January 1953; Minister of Industry and Commerce, June 1954–February 1955.
  • Bowie, Robert R., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, after May 18, 1953.
  • Bradley, General of the Army Omar N., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until August 14, 1953.
  • Brentano, Heinrich von, Chairman of the Christian Democratic Union Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany after September 1949; German Representative to the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community and German Representative to the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe.
  • Brind, Sir Eric James Patrick, Admiral, British Navy; Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces, Northern Europe, April 1951–May 1953.
  • Brofoss, Erik, Norwegian Minister of Commerce until 1954.
  • Brosio, Manlio, Italian Ambassador in the United Kingdom after March 18, 1952.
  • Bruce, David K. E., Ambassador in France, May 9, 1949–March 10, 1952; Under Secretary of State, February 7, 1952–January 20, 1953; United States Observer to the Interim Committee of the European Defense Community and United States Representative to the European Coal and Steel Community after February 19, 1953.
  • Bryn, Olaf, Norwegian Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Buchanan, Wiley, Envoy in Luxembourg after September 1953; Minister after December 1, 1953.
  • Bunker, Ellsworth, Ambassador in Italy, May 7, 1952–April 3, 1953.
  • Burrows, Bernard A.B., Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States, January 1950–July 1953.
  • Butler, Richard Austen, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, October 1951–December 1955.
  • Butterworth, W. Walton, Ambassador in Sweden, September 18, l950–December 9, 1953; thereafter Deputy Chief of Mission in the United Kingdom.
  • Byington, Homer M., Jr., Director of the Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, from June 30, 1950; Counselor of the Embassy in Spain after August 1, 1953.
  • Byroade, Henry A., Director of the Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, from November 1, 1949; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs after April 14, 1952.
  • Caccia, Sir Harold, British Ambassador in Austria after November 28, 1951; Deputy Under Secretary of State in the British Foreign Office after February 1, 1954.
  • Calhoun, John A., Deputy Director of the Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, October 1950–December 1952.
  • Campilli, Pietro, Italian Minister of Transport, Industry, and Commerce until 1953; thereafter Minister without portfolio.
  • Carlson, Delmar R., Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, from May 1953.
  • Carney, Robert B., Admiral, United States Navy; Commander in Chief, United States Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, 1950–1952; Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southern Europe, 1952–1953; after May 1953, member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Carns, Edwin H. J., Colonel, United States Army; Deputy Secretary of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Carpentier, Marcel Maurice, Lieutenant General, French Army; Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces, Central Europe.
  • Carraud, Pierre, Secretary to French Ambassador Bonnet in the United States after April 1953.
  • Cauwelaert, Jan Frans van, President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives and member of the Christian Socialist Party.
  • Cayeus, Jean, Deputy in the French National Assembly and member of the Mouvement Républicain Populaire.
  • Chaban-Delmas, Jacques, Deputy in the French National Assembly and, after June 1954, French Minister of Public Affairs.
  • Chapin, Selden, Ambassador in the Netherlands, October 27, 1949–October 30, 1953.
  • Charpentier, Pierre, Director General of Economic, Financial, and Technical Affairs in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Cherwell, Lord (Frederick Alexander Lindemann), British Paymaster General and Adviser to Prime Minister Churchill on Atomic Energy Affairs.
  • Chiperfield, Robert Bruce, Republican Representative from Illinois.
  • Chipman, Norris B., First Secretary and Consul in the Embassy in the United Kingdom after December 1953.
  • Churchill, Winston S. (after April 24, 1953, Sir Winston), Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and First Lord of the Treasury, October 26, 1951–April 6, 1955; Minister of Defense, October 1951–January 1952.
  • Clasen, André, Luxembourg Minister in the United Kingdom after November 30, 1944.
  • Claudius-Petit, Eugene, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Clausonne , See Seydoux de Clausonne .
  • Claxton, Brooke, Canadian Minister of National Defense until July 1, 1954.
  • Collins, Denis A., Fiscal Officer in the Embassy in France after January 1954.
  • Collins, Joseph Lawton, General, United States Army; Chief of Staff of the United States Army, August 16, 1949–August 14, 1953; thereafter United States Representative on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Military Committee.
  • Conant, James B., United States High Commissioner for Germany after February 1953.
  • Conover, Harry, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France, June 1951– August 1954.
  • Cook, Orval R., General, United States Air Force; Deputy Commander in Chief, United States European Command, after 1954.
  • Courant, Pierre, Independent Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Coty, René, President of France, after December 23, 1953.
  • Courson De La Villeneuve, Comte Tanguy, Counselor of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Couve De Murville, Maurice, French Ambassador in Egypt, 1950–1954; French Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council, October 1954–January 1955.
  • Cowen, Myron M., Consultant to the Secretary of State until June 1952; Ambassador in Belgium, June 11, 1952–June 8, 1953.
  • Cowles, Willard B., Deputy Legal Adviser, Department of State.
  • Crawford, William A., First Secretary of the Embassy in France, February 1952–August 1954.
  • Crombre, Sir James, Deputy Secretary of the British Treasury.
  • Cunha, Paulo Arsenio Virissimo, Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs, August 2, 1950–September 29, 1958.
  • Cutler, Robert, Special Assistant to President Eisenhower for National Security Affairs, March 1953–April 1955.
  • Daladier, Edouard, Deputy in the French National Assembly after 1946.
  • Daridan, Jean, Minister Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States until June 1954.
  • Davis, Arthur C., Vice Admiral, United States Navy; Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, November 1951–March 1952; United States Representative on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Standing Group until November 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until August 1954; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Dean, Gordon E., Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, July 11, 1950–June 3, 1953.
  • Debre, Michel, French Senator and member of the Rassemblement du Peuple Français; French Representative to the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe and French Delegate to the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • De Gasperi, Alcide, Prime Minister of Italy and Minister of Foreign Affairs, July 1951–August 1953; Secretary of the Italian Christian Democratic Party until July 1954.
  • De Gaulle, Charles, leader of the Rassemblement du Peuple Français, 1947–1954.
  • De Greef, Edouard, Lieutenant Colonel, Belgian Minister of National Defense.
  • Dehler, Thomas, Minister of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany until 1953; Chairman of the Free Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag.
  • Delbez, Louis, Independent Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Delbos, Yvon, Radical Socialist Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • De Margerie , See Jacquin De Margerie .
  • De Moustier, Roland, French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • De Staercke, André, Belgian Representative on the North Atlantic Council after 1951.
  • De Tovar, Comte, Portuguese Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, Ambassador in France, March 13, 1953–January 28, 1957.
  • Dixon, Sir Pierson John, British Deputy Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs after June 1950; British Representative on the Brussels Treaty Permanent Commission.
  • Dodge, Joseph M., Director of the Bureau of the Budget, January 21, 1953–April 15, 1954.
  • Donnelly, Walter J., Ambassador in Austria, November 28, 1951–July 19, 1952; United States High Commissioner for Germany, July 1952–January 1953.
  • Dorsz, Edmund J., Deputy Director of the Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Department of State, until May 1952.
  • Dowling, Walter C., United States Deputy High Commissioner for Austria, January 18, 1952–June 26, 1953; United States Deputy High Commissioner for Germany until May 6, 1955.
  • Draper, William H., Jr., United States Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council and Special Representative in Europe at Paris, April 1952–June 1953.
  • Drees, Willem, Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of General Affairs, August 6, 1948–December 22, 1958.
  • Dulles, Allen, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence after August 1951; Director of Central Intelligence after January 1953.
  • Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State after January 21, 1953.
  • Duncan, Donald B., Admiral, United States Navy: Vice Chief of Naval Operations from August 10, 1951.
  • Dunn, James Clement, Ambassador in Italy until March 27, 1952; Ambassador in France until March 2, 1953; Ambassador in Spain after April 9, 1953.
  • Dupong, Pierre, Prime Minister of Luxembourg until December 22, 1953.
  • Durbrow, Elbridge, Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, Department of State, after July 17, 1950; Counselor of the Embassy in Italy after July 14, 1952.
  • Duvieusart, Jean, Belgian Minister of Economic Affairs.
  • Edelston, Sir John H., Admiral, British Navy, Commander-in-Chief, Channel, North Atlantic Treaty Organization Command, 1952–1954.
  • Eden, Sir Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, October 27, 1951–April 5, 1955.
  • Einaudi, Luigi, President of the Italian Republic, May 1948–April 1955.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D., Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, April 2, 1951–May 30, 1952; President of the United States after January 20, 1953.
  • Elbrick, Charles Burke, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs after December 16, 1953; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs after May 26, 1954.
  • Ely, Paul, General, French Army; French Member of the Military Committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization after August 1953; French High Commissioner and Commander-in-Chief of French Forces in Indochina after June 3, 1954.
  • Erhard, Ludwig, Minister of Economic Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany from September 20, 1949.
  • Exintaris, Georges, Greek Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Eyskens, Gaston, Social Christian member of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives.
  • Falaize, Pierre-Louis, Director of the Cabinet of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs after 1953.
  • Faure, Edgar, Prime Minister of France and Minister of Finance, January 22–March 11, 1952; President of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the National Assembly 1952–1953; Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, after June 1953.
  • Faure, Maurice, Secretary-General of the French Radical Socialist Party after 1953.
  • Fechteler, William M., Admiral, United States Navy; Chief of Naval Operations, August 16, 1951–August 17, 1953; thereafter Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southern Europe.
  • Ferguson, John Haven, Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, April 1, 1951–August 12, 1953.
  • Fessenden, Russell, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after June 1951.
  • Fisher, William Dale, Counselor of the Embassy in France, February 21–December 21, 1952; thereafter Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Foster, Andrew B., Deputy Director of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, after January 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in the United Kingdom, after September 1954.
  • Foster, William C., Deputy Secretary of Defense, September 1951–January 1953.
  • Foulkes, Charles, Lieutenant General, Canadian Army; Chairman of the Canadian Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1951.
  • Fox, Alonzo P., General, United States Army; Army Member of the Joint Strategic Survey Command, Joint Chiefs of Staff, until 1953.
  • Fox, Homer S., Counselor for Economic Affairs of the Embassy in Belgium, October 1949–1954.
  • François-Poncet, André, French High Commissioner for Germany, 1949–1955.
  • Franks, Sir Oliver S., British Ambassador in the United States, June 3, 1948–February 13, 1953.
  • Freemans, Paul L., Jr., General, United States Army; Deputy Director for Plans and Operations, United States Command, Europe.
  • Fuller, Leon W., Deputy Director of the Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, from June 16, 1952; member of the Policy Planning Staff after September 26, 1952.
  • Gaillard, Felix, French Secretary of State for Finances, January 1952–January 1953; Secretary of State for the Council of the Presidency, January–June 1953.
  • Gaitskell, Hugh, British Chancellor of the Exchequer until October 21, 1951; thereafter Labour member of the House of Commons.
  • Galloway, William J., Special Assistant in the Embassy in the United Kingdom after October 1950; Special Assistant in the Embassy in France after April 1952; Special Assistant to the Counselor of the Department of State after July 1953.
  • Gerhardt, Harrison A., Colonel, United States Army; Deputy Director in the Office of North Atlantic Treaty Affairs, International Security Affairs, Department of Defense, 1953; Deputy Director for European Affairs in the Office of Foreign Military Affairs, International Security Affairs, Department of Defense, 1954.
  • Gerhart, John K., General, United States Air Force; Special Assistant to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Gibson, William M., First Secretary of the Embassy in France after December 1952.
  • Gifford, Walter S., Ambassador in the United Kingdom, December 21, 1950–January 23, 1953.
  • Gleason, S. Everett, Deputy Executive Secretary of the National Security Council after January 1950.
  • Globke, Hans, General Director of the Office of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany until 1953; thereafter Secretary of State of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Godley, G. McMurtrie II, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State; after March 1, 1952, Consul and First Secretary of the Embassy in France.
  • Gontran De Juniac., See Begougne de Juniac.
  • Goodpaster, Andrew J., Colonel, United States Army; Staff Secretary to President Eisenhower after October 10, 1954.
  • Gordon, Lincoln, Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Mission in the United Kingdom after September 1952.
  • Gore-Booth, Paul Henry, Director of the British Information Service in the United States, October 1949–November 1953; thereafter British Ambassador in Burma.
  • Grandval, Gilbert, French High Commissioner for the Saar until January 1952; thereafter French Ambassador in the Saar.
  • Grewe, Wilhelm, Head of the Office for Changing the Occupation Statute through Contractual Relations of the Federal Republic of Germany, and Chief of the Law Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Gros, Louis Gabriel Marie, Senator in the French National Assembly representing French Morocco.
  • Gruenther, Alfred M., Lieutenant General, United States Army; Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, December 1952–July 1953; Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, until November 1956.
  • Gudmundsson, Kristinn, Icelandic Minister of Foreign Affairs. September 13, 1953–July 24, 1956.
  • Guillaume, Augustin, General, French Army; Chief of Staff of the French Army, after March 1954.
  • Gurler, Sahopp, General, Turkish Army; Deputy Chief of Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces.
  • Hagerty, James C., Press Secretary to President Eisenhower after January 1953.
  • Halaby, Najeeb E., Jr., Assistant for International Security Affairs in the Mutual Security Agency, 1952; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs after 1953.
  • Hallstein, Walter, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany after March 1951.
  • Hamilton, William L., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, after January 1950.
  • Hansen, Hans Christian, Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, September 30, 1953–October 9, 1958.
  • Hansen, Rasmus, Danish Minister of Defense, September 30, 1953–May 23, 1956.
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Director for Mutual Security, November 1951–January 1953; Chairman of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Temporary Council Committee, September 1951–February 1952.
  • Harris, Michael S., Director of the Office of Economic Affairs, Office of the United States High Commissioner for Germany, after July 1951; thereafter Head of the Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in the Federal Republic of Germany; subsequently, Head of similar Missions for the Mutual Security Agency and Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Hart, Charles E., Major General, United States Army; Chief of the Joint United States Military Aid Group in Greece after October 1951.
  • Harvey, Sir Oliver C., British Ambassador in France, January 1948–April 1954.
  • Hassler, Horst, Bund der Heimatvertriebenen und Entrechteten member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Hay, John, Head of German Security and Allied Controls, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hayter, Sir William G., British Minister in France after December 1949; British Ambassador in the Soviet Union after October 10, 1953.
  • Healey, Denis W., Labour member of the British House of Commons.
  • Heeney, Arnold D. P., Canadian Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council; after August 1953, Canadian Ambassador in the United States.
  • Heine, Friedrich, member of the Social Democratic Party in the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Heinemann, Gustav, former Minister of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Hensel, H. Struve, General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1952–1954; Counsel and Special Adviser to the Secretary of Defense, 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1954–1955.
  • Herriot, Edouard, Deputy in the French National Assembly, from 1919; President of the National Assembly, January 1947–January 1954.
  • Herwarth Von Bittenfeld, Hans-Heinrich, Chief of Protocol of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Herz, Martin F., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France, June 1951–February 1955.
  • Heusinger, Adolf E., General, Military Consultant to the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Heuss, Theodore, President of the Federal Republic of Germany after September 1949.
  • Hillenbrand, Martin J., Officer in Charge of Government and Administration, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, after June 1950; Economic Officer at the Embassy in France after September 1952.
  • Hoffman, Johannes, President of the Saar.
  • Holmes, Julius C., Minister of the Embassy in the United Kingdom, April 1950–November 1954.
  • Hommel, Nic, Luxembourg Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Hooker, Robert G. Jr., Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, November 1953–September 1954.
  • Hoover, Herbert, Jr., Consultant to the Secretary of State from October 1953; Under Secretary of State from October 1954.
  • Houtte, Jean van, Belgian Minister of Finance, June 1950–January 14, 1952; Prime Minister, January 15, 1952–April 21, 1954.
  • Hughes, Emrys, Labour member of the British House of Commons.
  • Hughes, John C., United States Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council, June 1953–April 1955.
  • Hugues, Emile, Radical member of the French National Assembly and French Minister of Justice, June–September 1954.
  • Hull, John Edwin, General, United States Army; Vice Chief of Staff for Operations and Administration until 1953; thereafter Commander in Chief of the United Nations Forces in the Far East.
  • Humphrey, George M., Secretary of the Treasury after January 21, 1953.
  • Ismay, Lord (Hastings Lionel Ismay), British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations until March 12, 1952; thereafter Secretary General and Vice Chairman of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
  • Jacobs, George R., Director of the Trade and Resources Branch in the Office of German Economic Affairs. Department of State.
  • Jacquin De Margerie, Roland, Assistant Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Jaeger, Richard, Christian Social Union member of the Bundestag and Vice President of the Federal Republic of Germany after 1953.
  • Jebb, Sir Gladwyn Hubert Miles, British Permanent Representative at the United Nations after June 27, 1950; Ambassador in France after April 13, 1954.
  • Jernegan, John D., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs after June 26, 1952.
  • Jessup, Philip C., Ambassador at Large, March 19, 1949–January 2, 1953.
  • John, Otto, Head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany until July 1954.
  • Johnson, U. Alexis, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, after November 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in Czechoslovakia, after October 30, 1953; Coordinator for the Geneva Conference, after March 31, 1954.
  • Jones, John Wesley, Counselor of the Embassy in Spain, November 1949–November 1953; thereafter Director of the Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Jonsson, Eysteinn, Icelandic Minister of Finance.
  • Joyce, Robert P., member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, after December 23, 1948; Counselor of the Embassy in France after December, 22, 1952.
  • Juin, Alfonse Pierre, General, French Army; Inspector General of the French Armed Forces after January 1951; Commander-in-Chief, Allied Land Forces in Central Europe after August 1951; Commander-in-Chief, North Atlantic Treaty Organization Forces, Central Europe, after June 1953.
  • Kanellopoulos, Panayotis, Greek Minister of National Defense.
  • Karkelis, George, Greek Minister of Economic Coordination.
  • Kennan, George F., Ambassador in the Soviet Union, May 14–September 19, 1952.
  • Kessel, Friedrich von, Deputy Chief of the Delegation of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Interim Committee of the European Defense Community, 1952–1954.
  • Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich, member of the Politburo (Presidium from October 1952) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, from 1939; Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, 1949–March 1953; from March 1953, First Secretary of the Communist Party.
  • Kidd, Coburn D., Director of Government and Administration in the Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, June 1952–March 1953; Deputy Director for Government and Administration, Office of German Affairs, March 1953–September 1954; thereafter Officer in Charge of German Political Affairs.
  • Kiesinger, Kurt Georg, Christian Democratic Union member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir Ivone A., British High Commissioner for Germany after June 1950; Permanent Under Secretary of State, Foreign Office, after November 1953.
  • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., Acting Chief of the Policy Reports Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, May 26–November 9, 1952; thereafter Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, until January 23, 1953; thereafter Deputy Director of the Executive Secretariat; after October 1954, Deputy Director of Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs.
  • Knight, Ridgway B., Acting Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, until July 6, 1952; Adviser on North Atlantic Treaty Organization Affairs after July 1951; Deputy Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs until August 11, 1953; Acting Director of the Office of Western European Affairs until January 15, 1954; thereafter Deputy High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Knudsen, Kai, Norwegian Minister of Defense, May 23, 1954–January 21, 1955.
  • Koenig, Marie-Pierre, Deputy in the French National Assembly and Minister of National Defense, June 19–September 5, 1954.
  • Köprülü, Fuad, Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs, May 22, 1950–April 15, 1955.
  • Kraft, Ole Bjørn, Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, October 27, 1950–September 30, 1953.
  • Kranich, Robert H., Foreign Affairs Officer in the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after July 1950; Officer in Charge of North Atlantic Treaty Economic and Military Assistance in the Office of European Regional Affairs after August 1954.
  • Kristensen, Thorkil, Danish Minister of Finance until September 20, 1953.
  • Krone, Heinrich, Berlin Christian Democratic Union member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Labouisse, Henry R., Jr., Chief of the Economic Cooperation Administration Mission in France after August 1951; after January 1952, Chief of the Mutual Security Agency Mission; Director of the Foreign Operations Administration Mission in France after July 1, 1953.
  • Ladd, John C., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lange, Halvard M., Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs after February 1, 1946.
  • Langhelle, Nils, Norwegian Minister of Defense, January 5, 1952–May 23, 1954.
  • Laniel, Joseph, Prime Minister of France, June 28, 1953–June 19, 1954.
  • Lay, James S., Jr., Executive Secretary of the National Security Council after January 1950.
  • Le Gallais, Hugues, Luxembourg Minister in the United States after November 8, 1940.
  • Leishman, Frederick John, Assistant Private Secretary to the British Foreign Secretary after June 1951; First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States after September 1953.
  • Leite, Joao Pinto da Costa, Portuguese Minister of the Presidency after August 1, 1950.
  • Le Jeune, Max, Socialist Deputy in the French National Assembly; President of the Commission on National Defense.
  • Lemnitzer, Lyman L., General, United States Army; Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Research, United States Army, after 1953.
  • Le Roy De La Tournelle, Guy, Director General of Political Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Letourneau, Jean, French High Commissioner for Indochina after April 1952; Minister for Relations with the Associated States, January–May 1953.
  • Letroquer, André, President of the French National Assembly after January 1954.
  • Lewis, Jeffrey W., Deputy Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, from July 1950; Acting Director, Office of German Affairs, after November 1953.
  • Linder, Harold F., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs from February 15, 1951; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, December 12, 1952–May 15, 1953.
  • Lloyd, John Selwyn Brooke, Minister of State, British Foreign Office, after October 1951; Minister of Supply after October 1954.
  • Lombardo, Ivan Matteo, Chairman of the Italian Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of a European Army until May 1954; thereafter Chairman of the Italian Delegation to the Interim Committee of the European Defense Community.
  • Looram, Matthew J., Jr., Second Secretary of the Embassy in France after July 1952.
  • Loustaunau-Lacau, Georges, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Lovett, Robert A., Secretary of Defense, September 1951–January 1953.
  • Luce, Clare Booth, Ambassador in Italy, May 4, 1953–December 27, 1956.
  • Luns, Joseph M. A. H., Netherlands Minister of Foreign Affairs after September 1, 1952 (position held jointly with Johan W. Beyen).
  • Lyon, Cecil B., Director of the Berlin Element, Office of the United States High Commissioner for Germany, from June 11, 1951; Director of the Office of German Affairs, Department of State, after February 8, 1954.
  • Lyttelton, Oliver, British Secretary of State for the Colonies.
  • MacArthur, Douglas II, Counselor of the Embassy in France, February 1951–October 1952; Counselor of the Department of State, March 1953–December 1956.
  • MacDonald, Malcolm John, British High Commissioner in Southeast Asia, until September 13, 1955.
  • MacGinnis, Francis Robert, Second Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States after April 1952.
  • MacMillan, Harold, British Minister of Housing and Local Government, until October 1954; thereafter Minister of Defense.
  • MacVeagh, Lincoln, Ambassador in Portugal, until February 26, 1952; Ambassador in Spain, March 27, 1952–March 4, 1953.
  • Magistrati, Massimo, Italian Director General for International Cooperation, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until November 1954; thereafter Director General of Political Affairs, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Makins, Sir Roger M., British Deputy Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, April 22, 1948–December 30, 1952; British Ambassador in the United States from January 7, 1953.
  • Malenkov, Georgiy Maksimilianovich, Deputy Chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers, 1946–March 1953; Chairman of the Council, March 1953–February 1955; member of the Politburo (Presidium, from October 1952), 1946–1957.
  • Malfatti, Franco M., member of the Italian Christian Democratic Party and Head of the Italian Delegation to the Conference on the European Defense Community.
  • Mansfield, Mike, Democratic Senator from Montana and member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
  • Maroger, Jean, French Senator in the Council of the Republic.
  • Marras, Efisio, General, Italian Army; Chief of the Italian Defense Staff.
  • Marshall, Peter H. R., Second Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States after October 1952.
  • Martin, Edwin M., Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after October 3, 1949; Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs to the Secretary of State from September 28, 1952; Deputy United States Representative on the North Atlantic Council after June 25, 1953.
  • Martin, Jacques, Secretary to French Ambassador Bonnet after April 1953.
  • Martinaud-Deplat, Leon, Deputy in the French National Assembly, after 1951; Minister of Justice, March 8, 1952–June 27, 1953; Minister of the Interior until June 18, 1954.
  • Martino, Gaetano, Italian Minister of Education, February–September 1954; thereafter Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Massigli, René, French Ambassador in the United Kingdom from November 1944, and Chairman of the Brussels Treaty Permanent Council.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Under Secretary of State, July 5, 1950–September 31, 1953; Ambassador in the Netherlands from Ocobter 1, 1953.
  • Maudling, Reginald, Conservative member of the British House of Commons and Economic Secretary to the Treasury.
  • Maupeou, Jacques, French Senator in the Council of the Republic.
  • Mayer, Daniel, Deputy in the French National Assembly and President of the Commission on Foreign Affairs in the National Assembly.
  • Mayer, René, Deputy in the French National Assembly; Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, August 11, 1951–January 20, 1952; Prime Minister of France, January 8–June 28, 1953.
  • McBride, Robert H., Officer in Charge of French-Iberian Affairs, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, after February 1952; First Secretary of the Embassy in France after September 1954.
  • McCardle, Carl W., Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs after January 30, 1953.
  • McClelland, Roswell D., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, until January 1953; thereafter Consul at Madrid.
  • McCloy, John J., United States High Commissioner for Germany, June 1949–July 1952.
  • Mende, Erich, Deputy Chairman of the Free Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Mendès-France, Pierre, Prime Minister of France, June 19, 1954–February 23, 1955.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs until March 24, 1952; Deputy to the United States Special Representative in Europe at Paris until March 11, 1953; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Merkatz, Hans-Joachim, Chairman of the German Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany after 1953.
  • Mesta, Perle, Minister in Luxembourg, September 21, 1949–April 13, 1953.
  • Mikoyan, Anastas Ivanovich, Deputy Chairman of the U.S.S.R. Council of Ministers, from 1946; Minister for Internal and Foreign Trade, March–September 1953; Minister for Foreign Trade, from September 1953; member of the Politburo (Presidium, from October 1952) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, from 1935.
  • Millar, Sir Frederick Robert Hoyer, British Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council until September 1953; thereafter, British High Commissioner for Germany.
  • Millar, John Y., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, February 1952–February 1954.
  • Millard, Hugh, Counselor of the Embassy in Belgium, June 1947–October 1954.
  • Miller, Robert H., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, May 1952–July 1954.
  • Miller, William K., Office of German Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Mitterrand, François, Deputy in the French National Assembly from 1946; Minister of State, January–March 1952; Minister of the Interior, June 1954–February 1955.
  • Moch, Jules, French Minister of Defense until August 1951; thereafter Socialist Party member in the French National Assembly.
  • Mollet, Guy, Deputy in the French National Assembly and President of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe.
  • Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs, March 1953–1956; member of the Politburo (Presidium from October 1952) from 1926.
  • Monnet, Jean, Chairman of the Schuman Plan Conference and, from July 24, 1952, President of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • Montgomery, Edward P., Chief of the Current Information Policy Staff, United States Information Agency, November 1952–August 1953; thereafter Acting Public Affairs Adviser for the Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Moore, Ben T., First Secretary of the Embassy in the United Kingdom after June 5, 1950; Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after September 29, 1952.
  • Moreland, Allen B., Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations until April 1953; thereafter Office of the Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Morgan, Gerald D., Administrative Assistant for Congressional Affairs to President Eisenhower, September 1953–February 1955.
  • Morgenstierne, Wilhelm M. Munthe de, Norwegian Ambassador in the United States after May 14, 1952.
  • Morris, Brewster H., Director of the Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, July 14, 1952–November 1, 1953; Officer in Charge of Political Affairs, Office of German Affairs, until June 30, 1954.
  • Morton, Thruston B., Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, January 30, 1953–February 29, 1956.
  • Moutet, Marius, French Senator in the Council of the Republic.
  • Murphy, Robert D., Ambassador in Beligum, November 29, 1949–March 19, 1952; Ambassador in Japan, May 9, 1952–April 28, 1953; Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs from March 20, 1953; Political Adviser to the United Nations Command on the Korean Armistice Negotiations, April 28–July 11, 1953; Chief of Mission, United Nations, May 31–November 30, 1953; Acting Deputy Under Secretary of State, in addition to duties as Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs, November 30–December 18, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Under Secretary of State.
  • Naegelen, Marcel, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Nash, Frank C., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, August 28, 1951–February 10, 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until February 28, 1954.
  • Navarre, Henri, General, French Army; Commander-in-Chief of the French Forces in Indochina, May 9, 1953–June 3, 1954.
  • Nenni, Pietro, Secretary-General of the Italian Socialist Party.
  • Nitze, Paul H., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until April 1953.
  • Nixon, Richard M., Republican Senator from California until January 1953; thereafter Vice President of the United States.
  • Nolting, Frederick E., Special Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary of State after October 14, 1951; Acting Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs after August 4, 1953; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs after January 4, 1954.
  • Norstad, Lauris, General, United States Air Force; Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Central Europe, until July 27, 1953; Air Deputy, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe, until November 20, 1956.
  • Nunley, William T., Public Affairs Adviser in the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after November 1950.
  • Nutting, Sir Anthony, British Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs after October 1, 1951.
  • Oakley, Raymond K., Consul at Geneva, June 1951–June 1954.
  • O’Connor, Roderic L., Assistant to the Secretary of State after January 21, 1953; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State after February 21, 1954.
  • Ogburn, Charlton, Jr., Chief of the Division of Intelligence Research, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, after October 10, 1954.
  • Ohly, John H., Assistant Director for Policy and Program Development in the Office of the Director for Mutual Security after October 14, 1951; Assistant Director for Programs, Office of the Director for Mutual Security, after April 17, 1952; Deputy to the Director for Program Coordination, Mutual Security Agency, after March 23, 1953: Deputy Director for Program and Planning, Foreign Operations Administration, after October 1, 1953.
  • Ollenhauer, Erich, Chairman of the Social Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Overby, Andrew N., Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, January 24, 1952–February 28, 1957.
  • Pacciardi, Randolfo, Italian Minister of National Defense until July 1953; Vice President of the Italian Parliamentary Committee of Foreign Affairs.
  • Page, Edward, Jr., Counselor in the Office of the United States Special Representative in Europe at Paris and Representative on the Brussels Treaty Working Party after June 1953.
  • Palewski, Gaston, Vice President of the French National Assembly, 1951–1955.
  • Palmer, Joseph II, First Secretary of the Embassy in the United Kingdom after May 23, 1950; Deputy Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after October 15, 1953.
  • Parker, Chauncy G., Chief of the Mutual Security Mission in Italy after July 1952.
  • Parker, Sir Harold, Permanent Secretary in the British Ministry of Defense.
  • Parkman, Henry, Director of the Berlin Element, Office of the United States High Commissioner for Germany, after December 1953.
  • Parodi, Alexandre, Secretary-General of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Parsons, James Graham, Deputy Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, until May 16, 1952; Acting Director of the Office of European Regional Affairs until July 18, 1952.
  • Paternot, Marcel, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Pearson, Lester B., Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs, 1948–1957.
  • Pella, Giuseppe, Italian Minister of the Budget until February 1952; Minister of the Budget and Treasury until July 1953; Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of the Budget, August 1953–January 1954.
  • Penfield, James K., Counselor of the Embassy in the United Kingdom from July 1950; Deputy Chief of the Mission in Austria from August 1954.
  • Perkins, George W., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, August 1, 1949–January 31, 1953.
  • Petursson, Gunnlaugur, Icelandic Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Philip, André, Head of the French Delegation to the Economic Commission for Europe.
  • Phillips, Joseph B., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, March 6–October 23, 1952; Acting Director of the Office of Public Affairs, Department of State, until June 30, 1954.
  • Phleger, Herman, Legal Adviser of the Department of State, February 2, 1953–April 1, 1957.
  • Piccioni, Attilio, Italian Deputy Prime Minister until July 1953; Minister of Foreign Affairs, August 1953–September 1954.
  • Pinay, Antoine, Prime Minister of France and Minister of Finance, March 8, 1952–January 8, 1953.
  • Pinton, Auguste, French Senator in the Council of the Republic.
  • Pipinelis, Panayotis, Greek Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Pleven, René, Prime Minister of France, August 1951–January 1952; Minister of National Defense, March 1952–June 1954.
  • Plowden, Sir Edwin N., Chief Planning Officer in the British Treasury, until 1953; British Adviser on Atomic Energy Organization, 1953–1954.
  • Pollack, Louis H., Legal Adviser in the Office of the Ambassador at Large, Department of State, until January 1953; United Nations Planning Staff, March–July 1953; thereafter Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs.
  • Porter, Ivor F., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States after March 1951.
  • Porter, Paul R., United States Deputy Special Representative for Economic Affairs in Europe at Paris, after January 15, 1952.
  • Qvistgaard, Erhard J. C., Admiral, Danish Navy; Danish Chief of Defense and Member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Military Committee after 1950.
  • Radford, Arthur W., Admiral, United States Navy; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, August 15, 1953–August 14, 1957.
  • Rasner, Will, member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Rasquin, Michel, Luxembourg Minister of Economic Affairs.
  • Raymond, John M., Assistant Legal Adviser for German Affairs, Department of State.
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Director of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, after March 4, 1951.
  • Reber, Samuel, Director of Political Affairs, Office of Political Affairs, Office of the United States High Commissioner for Germany, after May 10, 1950; Deputy United States High Commissioner for Germany, October 13, 1952–June 1953.
  • Reilly, D’Arcy Patrick, British Minister in France after June 1953.
  • Reinhardt, G. Frederick, Counselor of the Embassy in France, November 10, 1952–April 19, 1955.
  • Reinstein, Jacques J., Special Assistant to the Director of the Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, from August 1951; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from November 1953.
  • Reynaud, Paul, Deputy in the French National Assembly after 1946; President of the National Assembly’s Commission on Finances; French Member of the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • Rhee, Syngman, President of the Republic of Korea after August 1948.
  • Richards, James P., Democratic Representative from South Carolina.
  • Riddleberger, James W., Political Adviser to the Economic Cooperation Administration after September 4, 1950; Director of the Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, after May 14, 1952; Ambassador in Yugoslavia after July 31, 1953.
  • Ridgway, Matthew B., General, United States Army; Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, June 1952–May 1953; Chief of Staff of the United States Army after August 15, 1953.
  • Roberts, Sir Frank K., Deputy Under Secretary of State in the German Section of the British Foreign Office after October 1951; British Representative on the Brussels Treaty Commission after November 1952.
  • Robertson, Walter S., Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs from April 8, 1953.
  • Rogers, Charles E., Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, 1952–1953.
  • Roijen, Jean Herman van, Netherlands Ambassador in the United States after September 19, 1950.
  • Rose, Edward Michael, Political Adviser, Office of the British High Commissioner for Germany, after February 1952.
  • Rosenblatt, Marcel, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Rossi Longhi, Alberto, Italian Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Rothschild, Robert, Counselor of the Belgian Embassy in the United States until May 1954; thereafter Chief of the Cabinet of the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Roux, Jacques, Officer in Charge of Asian Territories and Pacific Ocean Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after December 1952.
  • Rumbold, Sir Horace Anthony C., British Minister in France from June 1953; Private Secretary to the British Foreign Secretary after May 1954.
  • Sakellariou, Alexander, Vice Admiral, Greek Minister of National Defense.
  • Salazar, Antonio de Oliveira, Prime Minister of Portugal after 1932.
  • Salisbury, Lord (Robert A. J. G. Cecil), British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations from 1952; Acting Foreign Secretary, June–October, 1953.
  • Sandys, Duncan, British Minister of Supply, October 1951–October 1954.
  • Santos Costa, Fernandos, Lieutenant Colonel, Portuguese Army; Portuguese Minister of National Defense.
  • Satterthwaite, Livingston L., Counselor of the Embassy in Turkey after May 2, 1952; Political Adviser to the European Commission after March 17, 1953; Counselor of the Embassy in France after March 16, 1953.
  • Sauvagnargues, Jean, Officer in Charge of German Political Affairs in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Scelba, Mario, Italian Minister of the Interior until July 1953; Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, February 1954–May 1955.
  • Schaetzel, J. Robert, Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, October 15, 1950–August 15, 1954.
  • Schlitter, Oskar, Counselor of the Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany in the United Kingdom.
  • Schmidt, Helmut, Social Democratic Party member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Schneider, Herbert, member of the Executive Committee of the German Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Schreiber, Walter, Mayor of West Berlin from October 1953.
  • Schumacher, Kurt, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the German Social Democratic Party and member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany until August 1952.
  • Schuman, Robert, French Minister of Foreign Affairs until January 1953; Deputy in the French National Assembly, 1953–1954.
  • Schumann, Maurice, French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1951–1954; Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the French National Assembly.
  • Schuyler, Cortland T., General, United States Army; Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe, until 1953; thereafter Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe.
  • Schwartz, Harry H., Member of the Policy Planning Staff and Department of State Representative on the National Security Council Planning Board, May 1953–March 1954.
  • Scott, Sir Robert H., British Minister in the United States after July 15, 1953.
  • Scott, Walter K., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Administration, September 1950–June 1953; thereafter Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State.
  • Seibold, Frank, member of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Seydoux De Clausonne, François Fornier, Director of the Office of European Affairs in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs after September 1949.
  • Seydoux De Clausonne, Roger, Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States until February 1952; Minister of the French Embassy in the United States, December 1952–September 1954.
  • Seynes, Phillippe de, Chief of the Cabinet in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, June–December 1954.
  • Shuckburgh, Charles A. E., Private Secretary to the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until May 1954; thereafter Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Sieveking, Kurt, member of the Bundesrat of the Federal Republic of Germany and First Mayor of Hamburg and President of the Hamburg Senate.
  • Silvercruys, Baron Robert, Belgian Ambassador in the United States after March 8, 1945.
  • Silverman, Julius, Labour member of the British House of Commons.
  • Skaug, Arne, Norwegian Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Skylstad, Rasmus I. B., Secretary-General of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs after May 1, 1948.
  • Slater, Joseph E., United States Secretary on the Allied General Secretariat of the Allied High Commission for Germany.
  • Slessor, Sir John, Marshal, Royal Air Force; Chief of the British Air Staff until December 1952.
  • Smith, H. Alexander, Republican Senator from New Jersey and member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
  • Smith, Walter Bedell, Director of Central Intelligence until February 8, 1953; Under Secretary of State until October 1, 1954.
  • Snyder, John W., Secretary of the Treasury, June 25, 1946–January 20, 1953.
  • Soames, Arthur Christopher J., son-in-law and Private Secretary to British Prime Minister Churchill.
  • Soutou, Jean, Assistant Director of the Cabinet of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, June 1954–February 1955.
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri, President of the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community after July 1952; Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, April 1954–May 1957.
  • Spalding, Francis L., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, until August 1954.
  • Spiedel, Hans, General, Military Consultant to the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Spinon, Antoine, Belgian Minister of National Defense, April 22, 1954–June 25, 1958.
  • Spofford, Charles M., United States Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council at London until January 1952.
  • Sprouse, Philip D., Counselor of the Embassy in France, November 195–September 1953; thereafter Counselor of the Embassy in Belgium.
  • Staf, Cornelis, Netherlands Minister of Defense, March 15, 1951–May 19, 1959.
  • Starkenborgh., See Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer.
  • Stassen, Harold E., Director for Mutual Security after January 20, 1953; Director for Foreign Operations after August 1, 1953.
  • Steel, Sir Christopher, British Minister in the United States, November 1, 1950–July 15, 1953; from August 18, 1953, Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Steensen-Leth, Vincens de, Danish Deputy Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council, April 16, 1952–January 1, 1954; thereafter Danish Ambassador in the United Kingdom.
  • Stephanopoulous, Stephanos, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, November 23, 1952–October 6, 1955.
  • Stevenson, Sir Ralph Clement Skrine, British Ambassador in Egypt after June 15, 1950.
  • Stikker, Dirk U., Netherlands Minister of Foreign Affairs, August 1948–September 1952; Chairman of the Council of the Organization for European Economic Cooperation.
  • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr., Acting Director in Charge of Soviet Affairs, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State, after March 1, 1953.
  • Strang, Sir William, British Permanent Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, February 1949–November 1953.
  • Strauss, Franz-Josef, Christian Socialist Union member of the Bundestag and, from 1953, Minister for Special Tasks of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Strauss, Lewis L., Admiral, United States Navy; Assistant to President Eisenhower on Atomic Energy Matters after March 9, 1953; Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission after July 2, 1953.
  • Strong, Lester Corrin, Ambassador in Norway, August 10, 1953–February 16, 1957.
  • Struye, Paul, President of the Belgian Senate and member of the Christian Social Party until June 1954; Belgian Representative to the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe and Delegate to the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • Talbott, Harold E., Secretary of the Air Force, February 4, 1953–August 13, 1955.
  • Tarchiani, Alberto, Italian Ambassador in the United States, March 8, 1945–January 1955.
  • Taviani, Paolo Emilio, Under Secretary to the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs until July 1953; Minister of Foreign Commerce, July–August, 1953; Minister of Defense after August 1953.
  • Taymans, Roger, Counselor of the Belgian Embassy in the United States until December 1953.
  • Teitgen, Pierre-Henri, President of the Mouvement Républicain Populaire, May 1952–May 1956; Vice President of the French Council of Ministers, June 1953–June 1954; French Representative to the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe and French Delegate to the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • Terrenoire, Louis, Secretary-General of the Rassemblement du Peuple Français, 1951–1954.
  • Thurston, Ray L., Deputy Director of the Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State, June 1952–May 1954; Director of the Office of Eastern European Affairs, May 1954–March 1955.
  • Tito, Josip Broz, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia and Minister of National Defense until January 1953; President of Yugoslavia and Chairman of the Federal Executive Council after January 1953.
  • Tjarda Van Starkenborgh Stachouwer, Alidius W. L., Netherlands Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council until 1952.
  • Togliatti, Palmiro, Secretary-General of the Italian Communist Party.
  • Tomlinson, Frank S., Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States, February 1951–December 1954.
  • Tomlinson, William M., Finance and Economic Adviser of the Embassy in France until August 1952; thereafter United States Deputy Representative to the European Coal and Steel Community.
  • Trevelyan, Humphrey, Office of the British High Commissioner for Germany until August 1953.
  • Triboulet, Raymond, Deputy in the French National Assembly.
  • Trimble, William C., Counselor of the Embassy in the Netherlands until March 1954.
  • Trivers, Howard, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State, July 1952–August 1954.
  • Trulock, Walter N., Committee Secretariat Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, after April 1952; Reports and Operations Staff, Executive Secretariat, after October 1954.
  • Twining, Nathan F., General, United States Air Force; Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force until June 30, 1953; Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force until June 30, 1957.
  • Tyler, William R., Counselor of the Embassy in France after September 27, 1948; Deputy Director of the Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, after May 9, 1954.
  • Ulrich, Guy Ennes, Portuguese Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Ulver, Henri, Deputy in the French National Assembly after 1946; Secretary of State for the Budget, June 25, 1953–June 18, 1954; Secretary of State for the Budget and Minister of Industry and Commerce, June 19, 1954–February 22, 1955.
  • Unger, Leonard, Consul and First Secretary of the Embassy in Italy, March 13, 1952–December 13, 1953; thereafter Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State.
  • Vance, Sheldon B., Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, after April 1951; Second Secretary of the Embassy in Belgium after July 1954.
  • Van Houtte , See Houtte.
  • Van Laetham, Gabriel, Second Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States from February 1952.
  • Van Roijen. See Roijen.
  • Van Tuyl Van Serooskerken, Baron Samuel John, Secretary-General of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs after November 1952.
  • Van Vredenburch. See Vredenburch.
  • Van Zeeland. See Zeeland.
  • Vass, Laurence C., Officer in Charge of North Atlantic Treaty Economic and Military Assistance Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, May 1951–August 1954.
  • Venizelos, Sophocles, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, October 27, 1951–October 9, 1952.
  • Vestbirk, Anthon, Danish Permanent Represenative on the North Atlantic Council.
  • Vidal, Germain, Director of the Cabinet of the President of the French Council of the Republic, June–December 1953.
  • Vimont, Jacques, Director of the Cabinet of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs after March 1953; Minister Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States after June 1954.
  • Vredenburch, Hendrik F. L. K. van, Head of the Netherlands Delegation to the Conference for the Organization of the European Defense Community, October 1951–May 1952; thereafter Deputy Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
  • Vyshinsky, Andrey Yanuaryevich, Soviet Foreign Minister, March 1949–March 1953; Deputy Foreign Minister and Soviet Permanent Representative at the United Nations, April 1953–November 1954.
  • Walther, Genhardt von, Counselor of the Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany in France, 1951–1955.
  • Watson, John Hugh Adam, Counselor of the British Embassy in the United States until January 1956.
  • Watts, Philip H., Executive Secretary of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, after February 1952.
  • Webb, James E., Under Secretary of State, January 28, 1949–February 29, 1952.
  • Weicker, Lowell P., Assistant Secretary General for Production and Logistics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, after July 9, 1953.
  • West, George L., Jr., Officer in Charge of French-Iberian Affairs, Department of State, after September 1954.
  • White, Miller G., Major General, United States Army; Office of the Secretary of the Army.
  • White, Paul L., Assistant Chief of the News Division, Department of State, after June 23, 1953.
  • Wiley, Alexander, Republican Senator from Wisconsin and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee after January 1953.
  • Wilgress, L. Dana, High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom, 1949– 1952; Canadian Under Secretary of State for External Affairs, 1952–1953; Canadian Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council and Canadian Representative to the Organization for European Economic Cooperation, 1953–1958.
  • Williams, Elwood, III, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • Williamson, Francis T., Deputy Director of the Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State, June 30, 1950–July 20, 1952; Director of the Policy Planning Staff, July–November, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in Italy after January 23, 1953.
  • Wilson, Charles E., Secretary of Defense from January 28, 1953.
  • Wolf, Joseph J., Acting Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, after May 1952; Officer in Charge of Political-Military Affairs after July 1952; Special Adviser for North Atlantic Treaty Organization Affairs after July 1954.
  • Wood, Chester C., Rear Admiral, United States Navy; Commander in Chief of the United States Naval Forces, Europe.
  • Wright, Jerauld, Rear Admiral, United States Navy; Commander in Chief of the United States Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, 1952–1954; thereafter member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Standing Group and Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic.
  • Xanthaky, Theodore A., Attaché and Special Assistant in the Embassy in Portugal from March 1945.
  • Zarubin, Georgiy Nikolayevich, Soviet Ambassador in the United States after September 25, 1952.
  • Zeeland, Paul van, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, August 10, 1949–April 21, 1954.
  • Zoppi, Vittorio, Secretary-General of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, June 1948–November 1954.
  • Zorlu, Fatin R., Turkish Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council.