List of Persons

The identification of the persons in this list is generally limited to circumstances and positions under reference in this volume. Historical personages alluded to in the volume, officials noted in documents but not actively participating in substantive discussions, and individuals only mentioned in passing are not identified here.

  • Abbas, Ferhat, Algerian nationalist leader; Secretary General of the Union Démocratique du Manifeste Algérien (Democratic Union of the Algerian Manifesto) (UDMA).
  • Abdullah, Moulay, second son of Sultan Mohammed V of Morocco.
  • Abdullah, Sheikh Mohammad, Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir; member of the Indian Constituent Assembly.
  • Acheson, Dean G., Secretary of State until January 20, 1953.
  • Achilles, Theodore C., Vice Deputy Representative on the North Atlantic Council until April 1, 1952; Deputy Chief of Mission in France, April 1, 1952–September 18, 1952; Chief, September 18, 1952–August 25, 1954; thereafter. Minister in France.
  • Adams, J. Wesley, Jr., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Egypt until April 1, 1952; thereafter, Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in India.
  • Adams, Joseph, member of the Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • Adams, Robert A. W., Second Secretary and Consul of the Office of the United States Political Adviser to the Supreme Commander for Allied Powers at Tokyo until April 28, 1952; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Japan, April 28, 1952–October 14, 1953; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in India, October 14, 1953–September 27, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul.
  • Adams, Russell B., Vice President of Pan American World Airways.
  • Aklilou, Ato Abte-wold. See Habtewold.
  • Ali, Mohammad, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, February 12, 1952–April 17, 1953; Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, April 17, 1953–October 27, 1954; thereafter, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Ali, Syed Amjad, Pakistani Delegate to the United Nations, 1952–1953; Delegate to the United Nations Board of Governors, 1954; Ambassador to the United States from September 25, 1953.
  • Ali Mohammad Khan, Afghan Foreign Minister.
  • Allen, George V., Ambassador to Yugoslavia until March 11, 1953; Ambassador to India and Nepal, May 4, 1953–November 30, 1954.
  • Allen, Ward P., United Nations Adviser, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Alvapillai, K., Food Commissioner of Ceylon until June 30, 1953; Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture and Food from July 1, 1953.
  • Amar, Tahar ben, President of the Tunisian Chamber of Agriculture; former President of the Tunisian Section of the Grand Council.
  • Ambegoakar, K. G., Secretary for Economic Affairs, Indian Ministry of Finance.
  • Andrews, Stanley, Administrator of the Technical Cooperation Administration, June 20, 1952–1953.
  • Aneizi (al-Unayzi), Dr. Ali, Libyan Minister of Finance from September 20, 1953.
  • Anschuetz, Norbert L., First Secretary of the Embassy in Greece until February 2, 1952; Special Assistant to the Ambassador to Greece, February 2, 1952–February 16, 1954; Political-Military Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, February 16, 1954–October 28, 1954; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in Thailand.
  • Anthis, Colonel Rollen H., USAF, Commanding Officer, Wheelus Air Force Base, Libya, from July 1952.
  • Arden–Clarke, Sir Charles N., British Governor of the Gold Coast and Trust Territory of Togo.
  • Armstrong, Willis C., Special Assistant, Office of International Materials Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until August 4, 1952; Deputy Director, August 4, 1952–May 19, 1954; thereafter, Acting Director.
  • Arneson, R. Gordon, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Energy Affairs until April 11, 1954; Deputy Science Adviser, April 11, 1954–December 6, 1954; thereafter, detailed to the Imperial Defense College at London.
  • Auriol, Vincent, President of France until January 15, 1954.
  • Austin, Warren R., Permanent Representative at the United Nations until January 22, 1953.
  • Ayyangar, N. Gopalaswami, Indian Minister of Defense, May 13, 1952–February 10, 1953.
  • Azad, Maulana A. K., Indian Minister of Education, Natural Resources, and Scientific Research from 1952.
  • Azikiwe, Dr. Benjamin Nnamdi, leader of the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons; member of the Western Region House of Assembly until May 1953; thereafter, Chief Minister and then Premier of the Eastern Region of Nigeria; publisher of the West African Pilot.
  • Baccouche, Salaheddine (Salah al-Din), Prime Minister of Tunisia, April 12, 1952–March 2, 1954.
  • Badoux. See Baudouy.
  • Badra, Mohamed, Tunisian Minister of Social Affairs until April 12, 1952.
  • Baeyens, Jacques, French Ambassador to Chile, February 18, 1952–May 23. 1953; thereafter, Chief of the Information and Press Service, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Bajpai, Sir Girja S., Secretary General, Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs until May 1952; Governor of Bombay State from May 1952; Representative of India at the United Nations Kashmir talks at Geneva, February 1953.
  • Balafrej, Ahmed, Secretary General of the Moroccan Independence Party (Istiqlal); exiled in August 1953.
  • Ball, William H., Special Representative with rank of Minister appointed by the President to the Rhodes Centenary Exhibition at Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, August 1953; Vice President, Ball Brothers Manufacturing Company, Muncie, Indiana.
  • Balluseck, Daniel J. von, Permanent Representative of the Netherlands at the United Nations.
  • Bancroft, Harding F., Deputy Representative on the United Nations Collective Measures Committee, 1952.
  • Bandaranaike, Solomon W. R. D., founder and leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP), Opposition Party in Ceylon.
  • Banerji, Brigadier P. C., Naval and Air Attaché of the Indian Embassy in the United States until May 1953.
  • Banjelloun, Abdelkadar, Interim Secretary General of the Moroccan Democratic Independence Party.
  • Barbara De Labelotterie De Boisséson, Robert, Office of the French Residence General in Tunisia until 1954; Consul General at Tangier from 1954.
  • Barnes, Robert G., Deputy Director of the Policy Reports Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until April 2, 1952; Attaché of the Embassy in the United Kingdom, April 2–May 12, 1952; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in France.
  • Barringer, John Paul, Deputy Director, Office of Transport and Communications Policy, Department of State, until July 6, 1952; thereafter, Director.
  • Bartlett, Frederic P., First Secretary and Consul of the Legation in Vietnam until September 1, 1952; loaned to Mutual Security Agency as Chief of the Mutual Security Agency (MSA) Mission at Saigon, September 1, 1952–July 5, 1953; detailed to National War College, July 5, 1953–June 20. 1954; thereafter; Counselor of the Embassy in India for Economic Affairs; also Counselor of the Embassy in Nepal for Economic Affairs from September 21, 1954.
  • Basdevant, Jean D., Chief of Bilateral Treaty Services, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until August 2, 1952; thereafter, Chief of Protectorates Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Baudouy, Robert, Chief of the Diplomatic Cabinet of the French Residence General in Morocco.
  • Beard, John K., Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Belcher, Ronald H., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States until August 1953.
  • Benson, Ezra Taft, Secretary of Agriculture from January 20, 1953.
  • Berry, Burton Y., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs until June 25, 1952; Ambassador to Iraq, August 11, 1952–May 3, 1954.
  • Bey, Prince Chedly, eldest son of the Bey of Tunisia.
  • Bhabha, Dr. Homi J., Chairman of the Indian Atomic Energy Commission.
  • Bhatnagar, Dr. Shanti S., Secretary of the Indian Ministry of Education, Natural Resources, and Scientific Research; Member-Secretary of the Indian Atomic Energy Commission.
  • Bidault, Georges, French Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense until March 8, 1952; Minister of Foreign Affairs, January 8, 1953–June 19, 1954.
  • Birch, John A., Attaché of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa until December 15, 1954; thereafter, Political Officer of the Consulate General at Istanbul.
  • Bishop, Max W., Consul General at Dhahran until January 4, 1954; Staff Member of the Operations Coordinating Board (OCB), January 4–November 2, 1954; thereafter, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State.
  • Black, Myron L., First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Ceylon until April 20, 1953: Consul at Halifax, April 20, 1953–November 1, 1954; there-after. Counselor for Economic Affairs of the Embassy in Canada.
  • Blake, Monroe W., Consul General at Dakar until December 29, 1953; thereafter, Consul General at Manchester.
  • Blankenheimer, Bernard, Chief of the African Section, Office of International Trade, Department of Commerce.
  • De Blesson, Jacques, assigned to the French Residence General in Morocco until December 1, 1952; thereafter, Director of the Office of American Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Boegner, Jean-Marc, Assistant Director for European Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until January 2, 1952; thereafter, Assistant Director for Treaties, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • De Boisanger, Claude. See Bréart de Boisanger.
  • De Boisséson, Robert. See Barbara de Labelotterie de Boisséson.
  • Bokhari, Ahmad Shah, Permanent Representative of Pakistan at the United Nations.
  • Bolster, Edward A., Chief of the Aviation Policy Staff, Department of State, June 26, 1952–November 7, 1954; thereafter, Chief of the Aviation Division.
  • Bolté, General Charles L., USA, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations until August 1952; Commander of the 7th Army in Germany, August 1952–April 1953; Commander in Chief, U.S. Army in Europe, April-October 1953; thereafter, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army.
  • Bolton, Frances P., Republican Representative from Ohio; Member of the Delegation to the Eighth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953.
  • Bonbright, James C. H., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until April 15, 1954; thereafter, Special Assistant to the Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty and European Regional Organizations (NATO and USRO) at Paris.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador to the United States.
  • Bonsal, Philip W., Counselor of the Embassy in France with personal rank of Minister until March 20, 1952; Director, Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, March 20, 1952–September 9, 1954; thereafter, Far Eastern Adviser to the United States Delegation at the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Boudali, Nouri, Assistant Secretary General of the Union Générale des Travailleurs Tunisiens.
  • Bourgerie, Elmer H., Director, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State until June 8, 1952; thereafter, Counselor for Economic Affairs of the Embassy in Mexico.
  • Bourguiba, Habib Ben Ali, founder and leader of the Tunisian Néo-Destour Party.
  • Bovey, John A., Jr., Vice Consul at Casablanca until February 21, 1952; Consul, February 21, 1952–April 25, 1954; thereafter, Public Affairs Officer, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bowie, Robert R., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, and Department of State Representative on the National Security Council Planning Board from May 18, 1953.
  • Bowles, Chester B., Ambassador to India until March 23, 1953.
  • Bréart De Boisanger, Claude, Director of the American Affairs Section of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until October 13, 1953; thereafter, Ambassador to Czechoslovakia.
  • Bruce, David K. E., Ambassador to France until March 10, 1952; Under Secretary of State, April 1, 1952–January 20, 1953; Consultant to the Secretary of State, January 20–February 19, 1953; thereafter, Political Officer and Observer to the Interim Committee of the European Defense Community at Paris, and Representative to the European Coal and Steel Community at Luxembourg.
  • Bryan, Belton O’Neal, Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs until June 7, 1953; Liaison Officer, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, June 7, 1953–May 9, 1954; thereafter, Director, Office of Munitions Control.
  • Byington, Homer M., Jr., Director, Office of Western European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until August 1, 1953; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in Spain.
  • Byroade, Henry A., Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State until April 14, 1952; thereafter, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Caffery, Jefferson, Ambassador to Egypt.
  • Carey, Archibald J., Alternate Representative at the Eighth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953.
  • Chenik, Mohamed (Muhammad), Tunisian Prime Minister until April 12, 1952.
  • Chevallier, Jacques. French Secretary of the Army from June 19, 1954.
  • Childs, Archie W., Consul General at Lagos until March 25, 1952; Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, March 25, 1952–September 27, 1953; thereafter, assigned to the Department of Commerce.
  • Childs, J. Rives, Ambassador to Ethiopia until January 19, 1953.
  • Choiseul-Praslin, René Attaché of the French Embassy in Belgium until March 1, 1952; thereafter, Chief of the Diplomatic Cabinet of the Resident General in Tunisia.
  • Clark, Lewis, Consul General at Algiers from December 23, 1953.
  • Cole, William E., Jr., Consul at Accra until February 5. 1954; Consul at Jerusalem, February 5–July 28, 1954; thereafter, Consul General.
  • Corea, Sir Claude Stanley, Ceylonese Ambassador to the United States until February 1954; thereafter. High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
  • Corrigan, Robert F., Consul at Dakar, also assigned to British Gambia. Portuguese Guinea, and the French Territory of Togoland, January 3, 1952–April 8, 1954; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Chile, April 8–September 27, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul.
  • Corry, Andrew V., Attaché of the Embassy in India until June 1954; also assigned to Colombo, Kabul, Karachi and Katmandu.
  • Cory, Thomas J., Adviser on Security Council and General Assembly Affairs, United States Mission at the United Nations, until February 28, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Austria.
  • Cowen, Myron W., Consultant to the Secretary of State until May 10, 1952; Ambassador to Belgium, June 11, 1952–June 8, 1953.
  • Crain, Mary G., Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Crawley, Desmond J. C., Principal First Secretary of the British Commonwealth Relations Office until February 18. 1952; Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, February 18, 1952–September 14, 1953; thereafter, First Secretary for Commonwealth Relations Office Affairs of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Crowe, Philip K., Ambassador to Ceylon from September 19, 1953.
  • Cutler, Robert, Administrative Assistant to the President, January-March 1953; thereafter, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.
  • Cyr, Leo G., Officer in Charge of Northern African Affairs, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 22, 1952; thereafter, Deputy Director, Office of African Affairs.
  • Daridan, Jean, Minister of the French Embassy in the United States until July 1954; thereafter, Deputy Commissioner-General in Indochina.
  • Daspit, Alexander B., Political-Military Adviser, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until January 30, 1954; resigned, January 30, 1954; reappointed as Attaché of the Embassy in Pakistan, April 15–September 27, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary.
  • Daud, Sardar Mohammad Khan, Afghan Minister of National Defense until September 20, 1953; thereafter, Prime Minister.
  • David, Wilmot A., Counselor of the Liberian Embassy in the United States from July 1952.
  • Davis, Vice Admiral Arthur C., USN, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations until March 1952; Representative on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Standing Group, March 1952–November 1953; Director of the Office of Foreign Military Affairs of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, November 1953–August 13, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Davis, Colonel John J., USA, Army Attaché of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa until April 8, 1952.
  • Davit, Alexander J., Second Secretary and Consul at Tangier until December 1, 1952; Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, December 1, 1952–December 1, 1954; thereafter, Liberian Desk Officer, Office of African Affairs.
  • Dayal, Rajeshwar, Permanent Representative of India at the United Nations; Alternate Representative on the Trusteeship Council, 1954.
  • Delany, Peter H., International Economist, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Denny, Harmar D., Republican Representative from Pennsylvania until January 1953; thereafter, Acting Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • Desai, Chandulal C., Secretary of the Indian Ministries of Works, Housing, Supply, and Production until 1954; High Commissioner in Ceylon from 1954.
  • Deshmukh, Sir Chintaman, Indian Minister of Finance.
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, Ambassador to France from March 13, 1953.
  • Dobman, John, Consul at Rabat until November 10, 1953; First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Ethiopia, November 10–30, 1953; thereafter, Counselor.
  • Dorros, Leon G., Vice Consul at Algiers until February 21, 1952; thereafter, Consul.
  • Drew, William J., Vice Consul at Leopoldville from November 5, 1953.
  • Drumright, Everett F., Counselor of the Embassy in India until November 24, 1952; Consul General at Bombay, November 24, 1952–October 31, 1953; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, October 31, 1953–November 1, 1954; thereafter, Consul General at Hong Kong and Macao.
  • Dudley, Edward R., Ambassador to Liberia until June 15, 1953.
  • Dulles, John Foster, Consultant to the Secretary of State and Personal Representative of President Truman for the Japanese Peace Treaty negotiations until April 1952; Secretary of State from January 21, 1953.
  • Dunn, James C., Ambassador to Italy until March 17, 1952; Ambassador to France, March 27, 1952–March 2, 1953; Ambassador to Spain from April 9, 1953.
  • Durnan, James J., Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Eden, Sir Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D., USA, Supreme Commander in Europe until May 1952; President of the United States from January 20, 1953.
  • Elting, Howard, Jr., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until January 3, 1953; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Egypt.
  • Emmerson, John K., Planning Adviser, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until July 28, 1952; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in Pakistan.
  • Erasmus, François Christiaan, Minister of Defense of the Union of South Africa.
  • Ernst, David H., Vice Consul at Bombay until April 27, 1953; thereafter, member of the Aviation Policy Staff, Office of Transport and Communications Policy, Department of State.
  • Espy, James, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Austria until June 25, 1952; Consul at Salzburg, June 25, 1952–October 15, 1953; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in Ceylon.
  • Evans, Barbara, Personal Assistant to the Secretary of State until January 1953.
  • Exter, John, Governor of the Ceylon Central Bank until July 1, 1953.
  • Al-Fassi, Allal, one of the leaders of Istiqlal, the Moroccan Independence Party.
  • Faure, Edgar, French Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, January 22–March 8, 1952; President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly; Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs from June 28, 1953.
  • Feld, Nicholas, Officer in Charge of West, Central, and East Africa Affairs, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until August 2, 1954; thereafter, Consul at Singapore.
  • Ferguson, C. Vaughn, Jr., Officer in Charge of Iranian Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until August 1, 1952; detailed to National War College, August 1, 1952–September 1, 1953; Consul at Dakar, September 1, 1953–July 26, 1954; Consul General from July 20, 1954; also assigned as Consul General at British Gambia, Portuguese Guinea, and French Togoland from October 26, 1954.
  • Ferguson, John H., Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until August 12, 1953.
  • Finletter, Thomas K., Secretary of the Air Force until January 20, 1953.
  • Fisher, Adrian S., Legal Adviser of the Department of State until January 27, 1953.
  • Fisher, William D., Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in France until February 21, 1952; Second Secretary and Consul, February 21–December 21, 1952; thereafter, Office of Western European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Fitzgerald, Dennis A., Assistant Administrator for Supply. Mutual Security Agency until May 19, 1952; Associate Deputy Director, May 19, 1952–October 12, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Director for Operations.
  • Fleming, Robert I., Vice Consul at Accra until October 15, 1954.
  • Fluker, J. Robert, Acting Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until October 12, 1952; thereafter, Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs.
  • Forsyth, Douglas D., Secretary for External Affairs, Union of South Africa.
  • Foster, William C., Deputy Secretary of Defense until January 20, 1953.
  • Fouchet, Christian, Deputy of the French National Assembly; Minister for Tunisian and Moroccan Affairs from June 1954.
  • Fouchet, Jacques, Office of Economic and Financial Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until 1954; Chief of the Civil Cabinet of the Residence General in Morocco from 1954.
  • Francis, Clarence, Chairman of General Foods Corporation; Special Consultant to the President on Surplus Agricultural Products.
  • Frechtling, Louis E., Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs from June 30, 1952.
  • Gadgil, N. V., Indian Minister of Works, Housing, and Supply until May 1952.
  • Gallman, Waldemar J., Ambassador to the Union of South Africa until August 15, 1954; Ambassador to Iraq from November 3, 1954.
  • Garbay, General Pierre, French Army; Commander of French troops in Tunisia until 1954; Commander of the Armies of Defense for French West Africa and Togoland from 1954.
  • Gatewood, Richard D., First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Ethiopia until January 28, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Greece; also Special Assistant for NATO Affairs of that Embassy, from October 26, 1954.
  • Gerig, O. Benjamin, Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs (Bureau of International Organization Affairs after August 25, 1954), Department of State; Acting Representative on the Trusteeship Council, June 1, 1952–June 15, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Representative.
  • Ghulam, Mohammed, Governor General of Pakistan.
  • Gifford, Walter S., Ambassador to the United Kingdom until January 23, 1953.
  • Giri, V. V., Indian Minister of Labor, May 1952–September 1954.
  • El-Glaoui, Thami, Pasha of Marrakech.
  • Gleason, S. Everett, Deputy Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
  • Gonázlez, Dr. Cesar, Representative of Venezuela with rank of Ambassador at the United Nations; Ambassador to the United States from December 1952.
  • Gorlitz, Samuel J., Assistant Chief, Public Loans, Investment, and Economic Development Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until August 21, 1952; detailed to Industrial War College, August 21, 1952–June 18, 1953; Trade Agreements and Treaties Division, Bureau of Economic Affairs from June 22, 1953.
  • Graham, Dr. Frank, United Nations Representative for India and Pakistan.
  • Green, Joseph C., Envoy to Jordan, July 31–September 23, 1952; Ambassador to Jordan, September 23, 1952–July 31, 1953.
  • Gross, Ernest A., Deputy Representative at the United Nations and Deputy Representative on the Security Council until January 1953.
  • Gufler, Bernard A., Counselor of the Embassy in Ceylon until October 15, 1953; Foreign Service Inspector, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, Department of State, from January 1, 1954.
  • Guillaume, General Augustin, French Army; Resident General in Morocco until May 20, 1954; thereafter, Inspector General of French Forces in North Africa.
  • Habtewold, Aklilou, Ethiopian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • Hached, Farhat, Secretary-General of the Union Générale des Travailleurs Tunisiens (UGTT); assassinated on December 5, 1952.
  • Hadsel, Fred L., Assistant to the Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until February 28, 1954; thereafter, Acting Special Assistant, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Halaby, Najeeb E., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Halim, Sayyid Mustafa ben, Libyan Prime Minister and Minister of Communications from April 12, 1954.
  • Hamilton, J. Bruce, staff member of the Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Energy Affairs.
  • Hammerton, Albert, Representative in West Africa for the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.
  • Harriman, W. Averell, Director for Mutual Security, Department of State, until January 1953.
  • Hassan, Prince Moulay, eldest son of Sultan Mohammad V of Morocco; exiled by the French in August 1953.
  • Hauteclocque, Jean de, Comte, French Resident General in Tunisia until September 2, 1953.
  • Havenga, Nicolaas C., Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Union of South Africa until November 30, 1954.
  • Henderson, Loy W., Ambassador to Iran until December 30, 1954.
  • Hewitt, Warren E., Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for United Nations Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hickerson, John D., Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs until July 27, 1953.
  • Hilaly, Agha, Joint Secretary, Pakistani Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Relations until 1954; Acting Secretary from 1954.
  • Hildreth, Horace A., Ambassador to Pakistan from May 19, 1953.
  • Hinke, Frederick W., Consul at Victoria until November 21, 1952; First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France, November 21, 1952–December 17, 1953; thereafter, Counselor and Consul of the Embassy in Liberia; also assigned as Consul in Sierra Leone from October 26, 1954.
  • Hoffman, Paul G., President and Trustee of the Ford Foundation until March 1953; Special Emissary of the President to India and Pakistan from March 1953.
  • Hoover, Herbert C, Jr., Consultant to the Secretary of State, October 14, 1953–August 18, 1954; thereafter, Under Secretary of State.
  • Hoover, John P., Assistant Chief, Division of Foreign Reporting Services, Bureau of Administration, Department of State, until August 20, 1952; Consul General at Salisbury, August 20, 1952–June 4, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul General of the Embassy in Cuba.
  • Hoppenot, Henri, Permanent Representative of France at the United Nations; Representative on the Security Council; Chairman, in the absence of the Foreign Minister, of the French Delegations to the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Regular Sessions of the General Assembly, 1952, 1953, and 1954.
  • Horner, John E., First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Afghanistan until July 19, 1953; detailed to National War College, July 19, 1953–June 21, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France.
  • Huggins, Sir Godfrey M., Prime Minister, Minister of External Affairs, and Minister of Defense of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland from September 7, 1953.
  • Hughes, Morris N., Counselor and Consul General of the Legation in Iceland until June 22, 1953; thereafter, Consul General at Tunis.
  • Humphrey, George M., Secretary of the Treasury from January 21, 1953.
  • Husain, M. Azim, Deputy Secretary, Indian Ministry of External Affairs until 1952; Indian Consul General at San Francisco, 1952–1954; Joint Secretary, Indian Ministry for External Affairs from 1954.
  • Idris I., King of Libya. See al-Sanussi.
  • Jacquin De Margerie, Roland, Deputy Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Jain, Lakshmi C., Director General of Indian Civil Aviation.
  • Al-Jarbi (Jerbi), Ali, Libyan Minister of Defense until February 18, 1954.
  • Jayawardene, Julius R., Ceylonese Minister of Finance until October 14, 1953; thereafter, Minister of Agriculture and Food.
  • Jernegan, John D., Consul General at Tunis until May 16, 1952; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs from June 26, 1952.
  • Jessup, Philip C., Ambassador at Large, Department of State, until January 2, 1953.
  • Jha, Bhola N., Secretary, Indian Ministry of Communication.
  • Johnson, A. M. Ade, Alternate Representative at the Ninth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1954.
  • Johnson, Jesse C., Director of Raw Materials, Atomic Energy Commission.
  • Jones, J. Jefferson, III, Deputy Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until May 20, 1952; First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in the Soviet Union, May 20, 1952–June 1, 1953; Counselor of the Embassy in Saudi Arabia, June 1, 1953–November 22, 1954; thereafter, Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Jooste, G. P., South African Ambassador to the United States until October 18, 1954; Permanent Representative of South Africa to the United Nations, 1952–1953; Chairman of the Delegation to the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Regular Sessions of the General Assembly, 1952, 1953, and 1954.
  • Josif, Harold G., Vice Consul at Madras until September 1, 1953; thereafter, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Joyce, Robert P., Member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State until December 22, 1952; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in France.
  • Juin, General Alphonse P., French Army; Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces, Central Europe, until June 1953; thereafter, Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Central Europe.
  • Jurgensen, Jean, Acting Deputy Director for African-Levant Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until June 19, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Director; also Chief of the French Delegations to the Commission on Technical Cooperation in Africa for the years 1952 and 1953.
  • Kalijarvi, Thorsten V., Staff Associate and Consultant, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, until September 1, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Katju, Dr. Kailas N., Indian Minister of the Interior.
  • Kaur, Rajkumari A., Indian Minister of Health.
  • Keeler, Erwin P., Counselor of the Embassy in Israel until October 6, 1952; Principal Officer, Consulate General at Lagos, October 6–24, 1952; thereafter, Consul General at Lagos.
  • Kekhia, Dr. Fathy, Libyan Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Justice until February 15, 1954.
  • Kelakos, Michael G., International Economist, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 4, 1954; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in Greece.
  • Kennan, George F., Ambassador to the Soviet Union, May 14–September 19, 1952.
  • Kennedy, Donald D., Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 24, 1954; Attaché of the Embassy in India, June 24–July 26, 1954; Counselor, July 26–29, 1954; thereafter, Counselor with personal rank of Minister; also Counselor with personal rank of Minister of the Embassy in Nepal from August 30, 1954.
  • Kennedy, Major General Sir John Noble, Governor-General of Southern Rhodesia until November 1954.
  • Keskar, Dr. Balkrishna Vishwanath, Indian Minister for Information and Broadcasting from May 1952.
  • Key, David McK., II., Consultant, Department of State, October 11, 1952–December 18, 1953; thereafter, Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs (International Organization Affairs after August 25, 1954).
  • Khan, General Muhammad Ayub, Commander in Chief of the Pakistani Army until October 27, 1954; thereafter, Minister of Defense.
  • Khan, Chaudhri Sir Muhammad Zafrullah. See Zafrullah Khan, Chaudhri Sir Muhammad.
  • Kidwai, Rafi Ahmad, Indian Minister for Food and Agriculture from May 1952.
  • Kilcoin, William L., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until August 1, 1952; thereafter, Foreign Service Inspector, Bureau of Administration.
  • Kirkpatrick, Helen P., Public Affairs Adviser, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., Assistant Chief, Policy Reports Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until May 26, 1952; Acting Chief, May 26–November 9, 1952; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, November 9, 1952–January 23, 1953; Deputy Director, Executive Secretariat, January 23, 1953–October 10, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Director, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs.
  • Knight, Ridgway B., Acting Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until July 7, 1952; Deputy Director, July 7, 1952–August 12, 1953; Acting Director, Office of Western European Affairs, August 12, 1953–January 16, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Assistant to the United States High Commissioner for Germany at Berlin.
  • Koenig, General Pierre, Deputy of the French National Assembly; Minister of National Defense, June 19–August 19, 1954.
  • Kotelawala, Sir John Lionel, Ceylonese Minister of Transport and Works until October 12, 1953; thereafter, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and External Affairs.
  • Kripalani, M. K., Minister of the Indian Embassy in the United States until January 1952.
  • Krishnamachari, Tiruvallar T., Indian Minister for Commerce and Industry from May 1952.
  • Kyes, Roger M., Deputy Secretary of Defense, February 2, 1953–May 1, 1954.
  • Kyrou, Alexis, Permanent Representative of Greece at the United Nations until 1954; Chairman of the Delegation to the Eighth Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1953; Representative, and also Chairman in the absence of the Foreign Minister of the Delegation to the Ninth Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1954; Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, February 3–December 30, 1954.
  • Lacoste, Francis, Alternate Permanent Representative of France at the United Nations and Alternate Representative on the Security Council until March 1, 1953; Central Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, March 1, 1953–May 20, 1954; thereafter, Resident General in Morocco.
  • Ladejinsky, Wolf, Attaché, Office of the United States Political Adviser to the Supreme Commander for Allied Powers in Japan until April 28, 1952; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in Japan.
  • Laethem, Gabriel van, First Secretary of the French Embassy in the United States until June 1954; thereafter, Counselor-Adviser attached to the Commissioner General in Indochina.
  • LaMacchia, Frank R., Consul at Salisbury, June 25, 1952–July 4, 1954; thereafter, International Economist, Economic Development Division, Office of International Financial and Development Affairs, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lamm, Donald W., Consul at Lorenço Marques until June 25, 1952; Consul General, June 25, 1952–October 15, 1954; thereafter, Consul General at Accra.
  • Laniel, Joseph, Prime Minister of France, June 28, 1953–June 19, 1954.
  • Larabee, Byron H., Vice President of Firestone Plantations Company of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.
  • Lavallee, Jerome R., Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Lawton, Frederick J., Director of the Bureau of the Budget until 1953; thereafter, member of the Civil Service Commission.
  • Lay, James S., Jr., Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
  • Lebreton, David, Consul General at Tunis until April 1953.
  • Lee, Armistead M., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until March 15, 1954; thereafter, Consul at Kingston.
  • Léonard, Roger E. J., French Governor General of Algeria.
  • Le Roy De La Tournelle, Guy, Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until November 1954; Ambassador to Spain from November 6, 1954.
  • Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistani Prime Minister, assassinated on October 16, 1951.
  • Lie, Trygve H., Secretary-General of the United Nations until April 10, 3953.
  • Lind, Lewis M., Economic Attaché of the Embassy in India until September 11, 1953; thereafter, International Economist, Office of German Affairs, Department of State.
  • Litsey, Weldon, Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Liberia until March 25, 1952; First Secretary and Consul, March 25, 1952–October 14, 1953; thereafter, Consul at Vigo.
  • Locker, Jesse D., Ambassador to Liberia from October 16, 1953.
  • Lockett, Thomas H., Consul General at Algiers until December 23, 1953.
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., Republican Senator from Massachusetts until January 1953; Permanent Representative at the United Nations from January 26, 1953.
  • Loftus, John A., Attaché of the Embassy in India, January 24–April 10, 1952; Counselor for Economic Affairs, April 10, 1952–October 30, 1953; also for the Embassy in Nepal, April 3, 1953–October 30, 1953; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in France.
  • Longanecker, David E., International Economist, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until July 29, 1952; thereafter, Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of African Affairs.
  • Lourie, Donold B., Under Secretary of State for Administration, February 16, 1953–March 5, 1954.
  • Louw, Eric H., South African Minister of Commerce until November 30, 1954; thereafter, Minister of Finance.
  • Lovett, Robert A., Secretary of Defense until January 20, 1953.
  • Ludin (Louddin), Mohammad Kabir, Afghan Ambassador to the United States from November 1953; Permanent Representative and Chairman of the Afghan Delegation at the United Nations General Assembly from November 1952.
  • Lynch, Andrew G., First Secretary and Consul General of the Embassy in Libya until September 11, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in Jordan, September 11, 1952–September 9, 1954; thereafter, Consul General at Bremen.
  • Lyttleton, Oliver, British Secretary of State for the Colonies until July 28, 1954.
  • Macveagh, Lincoln, Ambassador to Spain, March 27, 1952–March 4, 1953.
  • Malan, Dr. Daniel F., Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa until November 30, 1954.
  • Malenkov, Georgiy Maksimilianovich, Deputy Chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers until March 1953; Chairman from March 1953; Member of the Central Committee, Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Politburo (later Presidium); Secretary of the Central Committee until April 1953.
  • Mangano, Philip A., Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs (Bureau of International Organization Affairs after August 25, 1954), Department of State.
  • Marchal, Léon, French Representative on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine until February 29, 1952; Central Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, February 29–November 17, 1952; Officer in Charge of African-Levant Affairs, November 17, 1952–September 21, 1953; thereafter, detailed to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe.
  • Margerie. See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • Marshall, General of the Army George C., USA, former Secretary of State and former Secretary of Defense.
  • Martin, Edwin M., Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until September 28, 1952; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, September 28, 1952–June 25, 1953; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in France.
  • Martin, Sir John M., British Assistant Under Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs for the Pacific, Mediterranean, and Far Eastern Departments of the Colonial Office.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman, Deputy Under Secretary of State until October 11, 1953; Ambassador to the Netherlands from November 25, 1953.
  • Mayer, René, French Minister of Finance until January 20, 1952; Prime Minister, January 8–June 28, 1953.
  • Mayo, Charles W., Alternate Representative at the Eighth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1953.
  • McBride, Robert H., Office of Western European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • McConaughy, Walter P., Consul General at Hong Kong and Macao until June 23, 1952; thereafter, Director, Office of Chinese Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • McGhee, George C., Ambassador to Turkey, January 15, 1952–June 19, 1953.
  • Meeker, Leonard C., Assistant Legal Adviser for United Nations Affairs, Department of State.
  • Mehta, Gaganvihari L., Indian Ambassador to the United States from September 26, 1952.
  • Meier, Oscar W., Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until March 10, 1952; thereafter, Foreign Affairs Officer, Technical Cooperation Administration.
  • Meloy, Francis E., Jr., Assistant to the Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until January 10, 1953; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France, January 10–July 24, 1953; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Vietnam, October 29, 1953–May 21, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul.
  • Mendès-France, Pierre, Prime Minister of France from June 19, 1954.
  • Menon, V. K. Krishna, Representative of India at the Seventh and Eighth Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952 and 1953; Chairman, except for the opening meeting, of the Indian Delegation at the Ninth Regular Session, 1954; Representative on the Trusteeship Council, 1954.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs until March 24, 1952; Deputy to the Special Representative in Europe at Paris, March 24, 1952–March 11, 1953; thereafter, Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Merrell, George R., Ambassador to Afghanistan until May 3, 1952.
  • Metcalf, Lee E., Acting Officer in Charge of Pakistan-Afghanistan Affairs, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until September 25, 1954; Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in Greece, September 25–27, 1954; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul.
  • Meyers, Brigadier General Harry F., USA, Commander of the 56th Anti-Aircraft Brigade until February 1954; Commanding General, Eastern Army Anti-Aircraft Command, Stewart Air Force Base, New York, February-June 1954; thereafter, Commanding General, 56th Army Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Ft. Totten, New York.
  • Middleton, George H., Counselor of the British Embassy in Iran until October 31, 1952; also Chargé d’Affaires, January 28–October 31, 1952; Deputy High Commissioner in India from April 1, 1953.
  • Mills, Sheldon T., Counselor of the Embassy in Brazil with personal rank of Minister until July 31, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in India, September 19–October 2, 1952; Counselor with personal rank of Minister, October 2, 1952–July 2, 1954; Ambassador to Ecuador from August 19, 1954.
  • Mirza, Major General Iskander, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defense of Pakistan until 1954; Governor of East Bengal, May 30–October 27, 1954; thereafter, Minister of the Interior.
  • Mitterand, François, Deputy of the French National Assembly; Minister of State, January 20–March 8, 1952; Minister for Council of Europe Affairs, June 28–September 3, 1953; thereafter, Minister of the Interior.
  • Mohammed Al Amin, Sidi (Sidi Mohammed Lamine Pasha), Bey of Tunisia.
  • Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa, Sidi, Sultan of Morocco from August 1953.
  • Mohammed Ben Youssef, Sidi (Sidi Mohammed V), Sultan of Morocco until August 1953.
  • Moline, Edwin G., Petroleum Attaché of the Embassy in the United Kingdom from January 4, 1952.
  • Monnet, Jean, French Chairman of the Schuman Plan Conference; President of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community from July 24, 1952.
  • Moore, Charles R., Acting Officer in Charge of Turkish Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until May 28, 1952; thereafter, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France.
  • Moran, William E., Administrative Officer, Foreign Operations Administration, from July 10, 1952.
  • Morgan, George A., Assistant Director, Psychological Strategy Board until 1952; Deputy Director, 1952; thereafter, Acting Director.
  • Mulcahy, Edward W., Consul at Asmara until October 27, 1952; thereafter, Office of Personnel, Bureau of Administration, Department of State.
  • Muntasser (Muntasir), Mahmud, Libyan Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs until February 18, 1954; Ambassador to the United Kingdom from August 5, 1954.
  • Murphy, Robert D., Ambassador to Belgium until March 19, 1952; Ambassador to Japan, May 9, 1952–April 28, 1953; Political Adviser to the United Nations Command on the Korean Armistice Negotiations, April 28–July 11, 1953; Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs, July 28–November 30, 1953; Acting Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, November 30–December 18, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.
  • Naegelen, Marcel E., Member of the French Chamber of Deputies; Minister of Education.
  • Naim, Sardar Mohammad, Afghan Ambassador to the United States until May 1953; also Representative at the Ninth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1954.
  • Nanda, Gulzarilal, Indian Minister for Planning, Irrigation, and Power.
  • Nash, Frank C., Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until February 10. 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, February 10, 1953–February 28, 1954.
  • Nazimuddin, Kwaja, Prime Minister of Pakistan until April 17, 1953.
  • Nehru, Brij K., Financial Counselor of the Indian Embassy in the United States; Executive Director for India on the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Joint Secretary in Charge of External Finance Division, Indian Ministry of Finance.
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, Indian Prime Minister and Minister for External Affairs; Minister of Defense, February 10–March 15, 1953, and from December 7, 1954.
  • Nehru, Raton K., Indian Special Secretary for United Nations Affairs and Commonwealth Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, until 1952; Foreign Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, from 1952.
  • Nitze, Paul H., Director of the Policy Planning Staff of the Department of State until April 1953.
  • Nixon, Richard M., Republican Senator from California until January 1953; Vice President of the United States from January 20, 1953.
  • Nkrumah, Kwame, Leader of Government Business in the Gold Coast National Assembly until March 21, 1952; thereafter, Prime Minister.
  • Nolting, Frederick E., Jr., Assistant to the Deputy Under Secretary of State until August 4, 1953; Acting Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, August 4, 1953–January 4, 1954; thereafter, Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs.
  • Nouira, Hedi, Assistant Secretary General of the Tunisian Néo-Destour Party.
  • O’Connor, Roderic L., Assistant to the Secretary of State, January 21, 1953–February 21, 1954; thereafter, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Ohly, John H., Assistant Director for Policy and Program Development, Foreign Operations Administration, until April 17, 1952; Assistant Director for Programs, Office of the Director for Mutual Security, April 17, 1952–March 23, 1953; Deputy to the Director for Program and Coordination, Mutual Security Agency, March 23–October 1, 1953; thereafter, Deputy Director for Programs and Planning, Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Olmsted, Major General George H., USA, Director, Office of Military Assistance of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until 1953.
  • Olympio, Sylvanus, Leader of the Comité de i’Unité Togolaise in French Togoland.
  • Panafieu, François de, French Consul General at Tangier until 1954; Central Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from 1954.
  • Pandit, Madame Vijaya L., Chairman of the Indian Delegations to the Seventh and Eighth Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952 and 1953; President of the General Assembly, Eighth Regular Session; Chairman, first meeting only, of the Indian Delegation to the Ninth Regular Session, 1954.
  • Paul, Norman S., Deputy Assistant for International Security Affairs, Office of the Director for Mutual Security, Mutual Security Agency, until October 26, 1953; Officer in Charge of Asia, Africa, and Latin America Program Affairs, October 26, 1953–February 1, 1954; thereafter, Regional Director for Near East, South Asia, and Africa, Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Peck, Walter R., Member of the Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • Perkins, George W., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until January 31, 1953.
  • Pick, Charles F., Jr., Deputy Executive Director, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from March 27, 1953.
  • Pillai, Sir Narayana R., Secretary General of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs from 1952.
  • Pinay, Antoine, French Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, March 8, 1952–January 8, 1953.
  • Pleven, René, Prime Minister of France until January 20, 1952; Minister of National Defense, March 8, 1952–June 19, 1954.
  • Plitt, Edwin A., Member of the Delegation Staff of Advisers at the Seventh Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952; Senior United Nations Adviser to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, until October 19, 1953; Member, Interim Mixed Parole and Clemency Board at Bonn, October 19, 1953–October 27, 1954; thereafter, Chairman.
  • Popper, David H., Deputy Director for International Organization Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations [Page XXIX]Affairs (Bureau of International Organization Affairs after August 25, 1954), Department of State, until October 24, 1954; thereafter, Director.
  • Porter, William J., Officer in Charge of Greek Affairs, Office of Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until November 13, 1953; Consul at Rabat, November 13, 1953–September 27, 1954; thereafter, Consul General.
  • Power, Thomas F., Jr., Personal Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Libya; Principal Secretary of the United Nations Mission in Libya until 1952; Resident Representative of the United Nations Technical Assistance Board in Libya from 1952.
  • Prasad, Rajendra, President of India.
  • Puaux, François, Deputy Director for African-Levant Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, until November 1952; Second Counselor of the French Embassy in Lebanon from November 7, 1952.
  • Radford, Admiral Arthur W., USN, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet and High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands until July 10, 1953; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from August 15, 1953.
  • Radhakrishnan, Dr. Sarvapalli, Indian Ambassador to the Soviet Union until 1952; Vice President of India from April 26, 1952.
  • Rafiq, Mohammad Atiq, Afghan Minister in Pakistan from January 1954.
  • Rajagopalachari, C., Chief Minister of the Indian State of Madras from April 1952.
  • Ram, Jagjivan, Indian Minister of Communications.
  • Ratnayake, R.W.A., Ceylonese Minister of Food and Cooperative Undertakings until June 2, 1952; thereafter, Minister of Home Affairs.
  • Rau, Sir Benegal N., Permanent Indian Representative to the United Nations.
  • Rau, Sir Rama, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.
  • Raynor, G. Hayden, Director of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Reddy, Kyasambally C., Indian Minister in Charge of Production from May 1952.
  • Richey, Earle, Jr., Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until September 13, 1953; Political Officer of the Consulate General at Tunis, September 13, 1953–January 13, 1954; Vice Consul at Casablanca, January 13–December 3, 1954; thereafter, Consul.
  • Robbins, Robert R., Officer in Charge of Non-Self-Governing Territories Affairs, Office of Dependent Area Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until April 11, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Director, Office of Dependent Area Affairs.
  • Robertson, David A., First Secretary of the Embassy in the Union of South Africa until February 1, 1953; Officer in Charge of Economic Affairs, Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, from March 9, 1953.
  • Roosevelt, A. Eleanor, Representative at the Seventh Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952.
  • Root, John F., Second Secretary and Vice Consul of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until February 21, 1952; Second Secretary and Consul, February 21–June 25, 1952; thereafter, Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ross, Emerson A., Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs until February 1, 1953; thereafter, Chief of the Investment and Development Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs.
  • Ross, John C., Deputy Representative on the United Nations Security Council.
  • Ross, Robert W., Vice Consul at Lagos until September 23, 1953; Vice Consul at Naples, September 23, 1953–May 21, 1954; thereafter, Consul.
  • Runyon, Charles, Office of the Legal Adviser for United Nations Affairs, Department of State.
  • Salem, Mohammed ben, Tunisian Minister for Public Health; son-in-law of the Bey of Tunisia.
  • Sanders, William, Special Assistant to the Secretary and Planning Adviser of the United Nations Planning Staff, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until October 11, 1953; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in Chile.
  • Sandifer, Durward V., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs until February 28, 1954; Attaché of the Embassy in Argentina, February 28–May 23, 1954; thereafter, Counselor.
  • Santa Cruz, Hernán, Chilean Representative at the United Nations; Chairman and Rapporteur, United Nations Commission on the Racial Situation in South Africa, 1953–1954.
  • Al-Sanussi, Sayyid Idris (Sayyid Muhammad Idris al-Sanussi), King Idris I of Libya.
  • Saqisli (Saqezli, Saqizli, Saghisli, Saquizli), Muhammad, Libyan Minister of Education and Governor of Cyrenaica until August 1953; Head of the Royal Cabinet, August 1953–February 18, 1954; Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, February 18–April 12, 1954.
  • Sarper, Selim R., Turkish Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Sastroamidjojo, Dr. Ali, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States until July 1953; also Ambassador to Canada, March-July 1953; Prime Minister from July 30, 1953.
  • Satterthwaite, Joseph C., Ambassador to Ceylon until July 25, 1953; thereafter, Diplomatic Agent with rank of Minister and Consul General at Tangier.
  • Sauer, Paul O., Minister of Transportation, Union of South Africa, until November 30, 1954; thereafter, Minister of Lands and Irrigation.
  • Sawyer, Eugene D., Assistant Attaché of the Embassy in India until February 7, 1952; Public Affairs Officer of the Consulate General at Bombay, February 7–April 10, 1952; Vice Consul at Bombay, April 10–November 7. 1952; thereafter, Vice Consul at Accra.
  • Sbihi, Mrs. Batoul, confidential emissary of the Sultan of Morocco.
  • Schuman, Robert, French Minister of Foreign Affairs until January 8, 1953.
  • Schumann, Maurice, French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until June 19, 1954.
  • Sears, Mason, Representative on the United Nations Trusteeship Council from June 12, 1953; Representative on the Committee on Information for Non-Self-Governing Territories, 1953: Member of the United Nations Visiting Mission to Trust Territories in East Africa, 1954.
  • Sebald, William J., Political Adviser with personal rank of Ambassador to the Supreme Commander for Allied Powers at Tokyo until April 25, 1952; Ambassador to Burma, July 12. 1952–July 15, 1954; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs from November 1, 1954.
  • Sen, Binay R., Indian Ambassador to the United States until September 26, 1952; thereafter, Indian Ambassador to Italy and Yugoslavia (concurrently).
  • Senanayake, Don Stephen, Ceylonese Prime Minister, Minister of External Affairs, and Minister of Defense until March 26, 1952.
  • Senanayake, Dudley S., Ceylonese Minister of Agriculture and Lands until March 26, 1952; Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, and Minister of External Affairs, March 26, 1952–October 12, 1953.
  • Sexton, Brigadier General William T., USA, Chief of the Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) in Pakistan from July 1954.
  • Seydoux De Clausonne, Roger, French Consul General at New York until February 28, 1952; Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States, February 28–December 24, 1952; Minister, December 24, 1952–September 1954; thereafter, Deputy Minister of the Residence General in Tunisia.
  • Shah, Colonel A. S. B., Pakistani Ambassador to Afghanistan from September 1952.
  • Shastri, Lal Bahadur, Indian Minister of Railways from May 1952.
  • Shullaw, J. Harold, Acting Assistant Chief of the Division of British Commonwealth Affairs, Department of State, until July 1, 1952; thereafter, First Secretary of the Embassy in the Netherlands.
  • Shulman, Marshall D., Member of the Delegation to the Seventh Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952.
  • Simpson, Charles L., Liberian Ambassador to the United States from May 1952.
  • Sims, Harold, Consul General at Salisbury until September 15, 1952; Foreign Service Inspector, Department of State, September 15, 1952–July 18, 1954; Political Adviser to the Commander of the British-United States Zone, Free Territory of Trieste, July 18–October 26, 1954; thereafter, Representative at Trieste.
  • Singh, Sardar Baldev, Indian Minister of Defense until May 1952.
  • Singh, Sardar Swaran, Indian Minister of Works, Housing, and Supply from May 1952.
  • Smith, Douglas B., International Economist, Investment and Economic Development Staff, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State, until March 1954.
  • Smith, Gerard C., Consultant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Energy Affairs from April 12, 1954.
  • Smith, Henry T., Second Secretary and Consul at Naples until July 17, 1952; Deputy Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, August 22, 1952–July 16, 1954; thereafter, Director.
  • Smith, General Walter Bedell, USA (Ret.), Director of Central Intelligence until February 8, 1953; Under Secretary of State, February 9, 1953–October 1, 1954.
  • Soulbury, Viscount (Sir Herwald Ramsbotham), Governor General of Ceylon until July 17, 1954.
  • Sprague, Governor Charles A., Alternate Representative at the Seventh Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952.
  • Staats, Elmer B., Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget until 1953; Executive Director of the Operations Coordinating Board from 1953.
  • Stanton, Edwin F., Ambassador to Thailand until June 30, 1953.
  • Stassen, Harold, President of the University of Pennsylvania until 1953; Administrator of the Mutual Security Agency, January 20–August 1, 1953; thereafter, Director of the Foreign Operations Administration.
  • Steadman, Robert F., Controller of the State of Michigan until 1953; thereafter, Chairman, Department of Public Administration, Wayne University.
  • Steere, Loyd V., Counselor with personal rank of Minister of the Embassies in India and Nepal until August 20, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy in Poland, [Page XXXII]August 20, 1952–May 18, 1953; Director, Office of Political Affairs, United States High Commissioner in Germany at Bonn, May 18, 1953–September 27, 1954; thereafter, Consul General at Salisbury.
  • Stein, Eric P., Acting Officer in Charge of Pacific Settlement Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs (Bureau of International Organization Affairs after August 25, 1954), Department of State.
  • Stokes, William N., Second Secretary and Vice Consul, Office of the United States Political Adviser to the Supreme Commander for Allied Powers at Tokyo, until April 16, 1952; thereafter, Vice Consul at Rabat.
  • Stott, Charles E., Director, Foreign Expansion Division, Defense Materials Procurement Agency (DMPA).
  • Summers, Lionel M., Attaché of the Embassy in Italy until June 26, 1952; Counselor of the Legation at Tripoli, August 20, 1952–September 25, 1954; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in Libya; also Consul at Benghazi from February 15, 1954.
  • Sweeney, Joseph M., Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Talbott, Harold E., Secretary of the Air Force from February 4, 1953.
  • Tate, Jack B., Deputy Legal Adviser, Department of State, until July 8, 1954.
  • Taylor, Clifford C., Counselor of the Embassy in India and Attaché of the Embassy in Nepal.
  • Taylor, Paul B., Officer in Charge of General Assembly Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the Delegations to the Seventh and Eighth Regular Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, 1952, 1953; also Principal Executive Officer, 1952–1953.
  • Thacher, Nicholas G., Consul at Calcutta and Katmandu, February 21, 1952–February 16, 1953; Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, February 16, 1953–August 26, 1954; thereafter, Acting Officer in Charge of Afghanistan-Pakistan Affairs.
  • Thayer, Robert A., Office of Near Eastern Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until October 14, 1952; thereafter, Attaché of the Embassy in Lebanon.
  • Thompson, Charles O., Consul at Johannesburg until October 27, 1952; thereafter, Assistant Chief, Private Investments, Investment and Economic Development Staff, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State.
  • Thoreson, Musedorah W., Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Thorp, Willard L., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs until November 15, 1952.
  • Tibbetts, Margaret J., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in the United Kingdom until September 20, 1954; thereafter, Consul at Leopoldville, the Cameroons, and French Equatorial Africa.
  • Tipton, Stuart G., General Counsel of the Air Transport Association.
  • Trudeau, Major General Arthur G., USA, Deputy Commandant, Army War College, until 1952; Commander, 1st Cavalry Division, 1952–1953; Commanding General, 7th Infantry Division, Korea, 1953; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, Intelligence, Department of the Army, from 1953.
  • Truman, Habby S., President of the United States until January 20, 1953.
  • Tsiang, Tingfu F., Permanent Representative of the Republic of China at the United Nations; Chairman of the Delegation to the Eighth Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1953.
  • Tubman, William V.S., President of Liberia.
  • Turner, General Howard M., USAF, Commanding General, 1st Air Force.
  • Undén, Bo Östen, Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • U Nu, Prime Minister of Burma.
  • Utter, John E., Second Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in France until February 21, 1952; First Secretary and Consul, February 21–March 20, 1952; Department of State, March 20–September 2, 1952; Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, September 2, 1952–November 22, 1954.
  • Vaithianathan, Sir Kanthiah, Permanent Secretary, Ceylonese Ministries of Defense and External Affairs until October 14, 1953; thereafter, Minister of Industries, Housing, and Social Services.
  • Vallat, Francis A., Legal Adviser of the British Embassy in the United States and also of the Delegation at the United Nations until January 15, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Legal Adviser of the Foreign Office.
  • Varma, Wing Commander J.C., Indian Air Force; Air Attaché of the Indian Embassy in the United States until March 1953.
  • Venkatachalam, K.V., Deputy Secretary of the Indian Ministry of Communications.
  • Verwoerd, Hendrik F., Member of the South African Nationalist Party; Minister of Native Affairs.
  • Villard, Henry S., Minister in Libya, March 6, 1952–June 24, 1954; Member of the Delegation to the Ninth Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly from September 26, 1954.
  • Vimont, Jacques, First Secretary of the French Embassy in Brazil until March 31, 1953; Assistant Director of the Cabinet of the Minister, March 31, 1953–June 1954; thereafter Minister-Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • Vincent, John Carter, Diplomatic Agent with personal rank of Minister and Consul at Tangier until January 1953.
  • Wadsworth, George, Ambassador to Turkey until January 2, 1952; Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, April 19–October 8, 1952; Ambassador to Czechoslovakia, December 29, 1952–October 30, 1953; Ambassador to Saudi Arabia from January 9, 1954 and to Yemen from September 13, 1954.
  • Wailes, Edward T., Acting Director of the Foreign Service Inspection Corps, Department of State, until June 4, 1952; Chief Inspector, June 4, 1952–May 26, 1953; Assistant Secretary of State for Administration, May 29, 1953March 26, 1954; Assistant Secretary of State for Administration and Personnel, March 26–June 22, 1954; Ambassador to the Union of South Africa from November 29, 1954.
  • Wainhouse, David W., Director, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Bureau of United Nations Affairs, Department of State, until February 28, 1954; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs, February 28–August 25, 1954; thereafter, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs.
  • Ward, Angus, Consul General at Nairobi until June 20, 1952; Ambassador to Afghanistan from November 8, 1952.
  • Warren, Avra M., Ambassador to Pakistan until November 26, 1952; Ambassador to Turkey from September 17, 1953.
  • Waugh, Samuel C., Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs from June 5, 1953.
  • Webb, James E., Under Secretary of State until February 29, 1952.
  • Weil, T. Eliot, Deputy Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until August 22, 1952; detailed to National War College, August 22, 1952–June 15, 1953; thereafter, Counselor of the Embassy in India; also of the Embassy in Nepal from July 28, 1953.
  • Wellons, Alfred E., Office of African Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until June 22, 1952; thereafter, Officer in Charge of North African Affairs.
  • White, Emmett Lamar, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until November 1953.
  • Wilkins, Eraser, First Secretary and Consul of the Embassy in India until October 28, 1952; Counselor of the Embassy for Political Affairs, October 28, 1952–August 2, 1953; Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, August 2, 1953–August 15, 1954; thereafter, detailed to National War College.
  • Will, Ralph R., Country Director of the Foreign Operations Administration Mission in Pakistan from November 5, 1952.
  • Williams, William L.S., Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until November 23, 1952; thereafter, Officer in Charge of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs.
  • Willson, Clifford H., Director of the Technical Cooperation Administration Mission in India.
  • Wilson, Charles E., Secretary of Defense from January 28, 1953.
  • Witman, William, II, Officer in Charge of India, Nepal, and Ceylon Affairs, Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State, until November 8, 1952; Counselor of the Legation at Tangier, November 8–24, 1952; thereafter, Counselor and Consul General.
  • Weight, Vice Admiral Jerauld (promoted to Admiral April 1, 1954), USN, Deputy Representative, NATO Standing Group, until February 1952; Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic, and Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, February–June 14, 1952; Commander, June 14, 1952–April 12, 1954; thereafter, Commander in Chief, Atlantic, and Commander in Chief of U.S. Atlantic Fleet and Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic.
  • Yenchius, Mildred M., Office of South Asian Affairs, Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian, and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Youseff, Salah Ben, Tunisian Minister of Justice until March 1952, Secretary General of the Néo-Destour Party.
  • Zafrullah Khan, Chaudhri Sir Muhammad, Pakistani Minister of Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Relations.