List of Persons

Editor’s Note.—The individuals identified below were principal participants in the events covered in this volume. Other officials and individuals not included in the list are identified in footnotes to the text at appropriate places. In general, individuals attending but not participating in meetings, and persons mentioned only in passing have not been identified. All titles and positions are American unless otherwise indicated. Where no dates are given, the individual held the position throughout the period covered by this volume. Spelling and alphabetization of names follow as closely as possible the style of official publications of the countries concerned.

  • Achilles, Theodore C., Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy in France; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Acikalin, Cevat , Secretary General of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Head of the Turkish Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Aldrich, Winthrop W., Ambassador in the United Kingdom.
  • Alexander of Tunis, Harold R.L.G., Field Marshal, Earl, British Minister of Defense.
  • Ali Sastroamidjojo , Prime Minister of Indonesia.
  • Allen, William D., Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, British Foreign Office; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Baeyens, Jacques , Chief of the Press and Information Service, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Baldwin, Charles F., Economic Coordinator, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bao Dai , Chief of State of Vietnam.
  • Beaumont, Jean Michel Guerin De , French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs after June 1954.
  • Benler, Talat , Member of the Turkish Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Bentinck, A., Netherlands Minister in Switzerland; Vice Chairman of the Netherlands Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Berding, Andrew H., Assistant Director for Policy and Programs, United States Information Agency.
  • Bernau, Phyllis D., Secretary to Secretary of State Dulles.
  • Bevin, Ernest , British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, July 1945–March 1951.
  • Bidault, Georges , French Minister for Foreign Affairs until June 18, 1954; Head of the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference until June 18, 1954.
  • Blakeney, F. J., Australian Minister in the United States.
  • Bohlen, Charles E., Ambassador in the Soviet Union.
  • Bonbright, James C. H. Jr. , Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until April 1954; Special Assistant to the U.S. Representative to NATO and to European Regional Organizations after April 1954.
  • Bonnet, Henri , French Ambassador in the United States.
  • Bonsal, Philip W., Director of the Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State; Adviser, later Special Adviser, to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Boris, Georges , French Counselor of State And Member of The Personal Cabinet of French Prime Minister Mendès-France after June 19, 1954; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Bowie, Robert R., Director of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Brebisson . See de Brebisson.
  • Briggs, Ellis O., Ambassador in Korea.
  • Briones, Manuel C., President pro tempore of the Philippine Senate; Member of the Philippine Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Butterworth, W. Walton , Deputy Chief of Mission in the United Kingdom.
  • Buu Kinh , Counselor of the Assembly of the French Union; Official Observer of the State of Vietnam at the United Nations; Counselor to the State of Vietnam Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Buu Loc , Prince, Prime Minister of the State of Vietnam until June 16, 1954.
  • Cable, James E., Member of the Southeast Asia Department, British Foreign Office; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Caccia, Sir Harold A., Deputy Under Secretary for Administration in the British Foreign Office; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Calhoun, John A., First Secretary and Consul in the Embassy in Korea; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Casey, Richard G., Australian Minister for External Affairs; Head of the Australian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Chang Wen-Tien , Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, People’s Republic of China; P.R.C. Ambassador in the Soviet Union; P.R.C. Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Charun P. Isarangkun Na Ayuthia, Chief, Southeast Asia Division, Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Delegate and Secretary to the Thai Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Chauvel, Jean , French Ambassador in Switzerland; French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Cheysson, Claude , Assistant Principal Private Secretary to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs; Expert to the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Chiang Kai-Shek , Generalissimo, President Of The Republic Of China.
  • Cho Chung Hwan , Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea; Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Time of the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Chou En-Lai , Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China; Head of the P.R.C. Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Chuong , See Tran Van Chuong.
  • Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer , Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
  • Clutterruck, Sir Alexander , British High Commissioner in India.
  • Cogny, René , General, Commander of the Franco-Vietnamese Land Forces in North Vietnam.
  • Cooper, Chester L., Expert, later Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Cooper, F. B., Secretary of the Australian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Corner, F. H., Counselor of the New Zealand High Commission in the United Kingdom; Delegate of New Zealand at the Geneva Conference.
  • Coty, René , President of France.
  • Critchley, T. K., Member of the Australian Delegation to the United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea; Australian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Crowe, Philip K., Ambassador in Ceylon.
  • Cuenco, Miguel , Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Philippine House of Representatives; Member of the Philippine Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Cutler, Robert , Special Assistant for National Security Affairs to President Eisenhower.
  • Dac Khe . See Nguyen Dac Khe.
  • Daley, John, Brigadier General, Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Davis, Arthur C., Vice Admiral, Director, Office of Foreign Military Affairs, Department of Defense; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Day, Henry B., Deputy Director, Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Dean, Arthur H., Deputy Chairman, for the Secretary of State, of the United States Delegation to the Negotiations at Panmunjom for the prospective political conference on Korea, September 1953–February 1954; Special Representative of the Secretary of State for discussions with Republic of Korea President Syngman Rhee, April–May 1954.
  • de Beus, J. G., Netherlands Minister in the United States.
  • de Brebisson, Michel , Colonel. Chief of the Special Staff of the French Secretary of State for Relations with the Associated States; Counselor to the French Delegation and Member of the French Union Military Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • de Folin, Jacques , Principal Private Secretary to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs; Expert to the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Dejean, Maurice , French Commissioner General for Indochina.
  • de La Chevalerie, Daufresne , Member of the Belgian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • de Lattre de Tassigny, Jean, General, French High Commissioner and Commander in Chief, French Forces in Indochina, 1950–1951.
  • Deltiel, Henri , Brigadier General, Counselor to the French Delegation and Head of the French Union Military Delegation at the Geneva Conference; signer of the ceasefire agreements for Laos and the State of Vietnam at Geneva.
  • de Margerie . See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • de Salis, Jean , Professor of History at the Swiss Institute of Technology in Zurich; Swiss Delegate at the UNESCO Conference, 1954.
  • Devakula . See Prididebyabongs Devakula, Prince.
  • Diem . See Ngo Dinh Diem.
  • Dillon, C. Douglas , Ambassador in France.
  • Dinh . See Nguyen Quoc Dinh.
  • Dinh Luyen . See Ngo Dinh Luyen.
  • Dixon, Sir Pierson John , British Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Do . See Tran Van Do.
  • Dong . See Pham Van Dong.
  • Drumright, Everett F., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs.
  • Dulles, Allen , Director of Central Intelligence.
  • Dulles, John Foster , Secretary of State; Head of the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference, April 26–May 3, 1954.
  • Dwan, John E., Lieutenant Colonel, Department of Defense; Expert, later Adviser, to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Eddy, Donald B., Division of International Conferences, Department of State; Assistant Secretary General of the Allied Delegations at the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Eden, Anthony , British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; Head of the British Delegation at the Geneva Conference; one of the three rotating chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D., President of the United States.
  • Elbrick, Charles Burke , Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
  • Ely, Paul, General, French High Commissioner and Commander in Chief, French Forces in Indochina after June 3, 1954.
  • Falaize, Pierre-Louis , Director of the Office of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Fedorenko, N. T., Member of the Collegium of the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Ferguson, Robert G., Colonel, Member of the Office of Foreign Military Affairs, Department of Defense; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Fischer, Martin , Observer from the Federal Republic of Germany at the Geneva Conference.
  • Fisher, William Dale , Member of the Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Foster, H. Schuyler, Jr. , Chief, Public Studies Division, Department of State.
  • Frédéric-Dupont, Edouard , Member of the French National Assembly; French Secretary of State for Relations with the Associated States in June 1954; French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Garcia, Carlos P., Vice President and Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Philippines; Head of the Philippine Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Getz, John P., Member of the Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State; Expert, later Adviser, to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Giap . See Vo Nguyen Giap.
  • Gibson, William M., First Secretary of the Embassy in France.
  • Gleysteen, William H. Jr. , Member, Policy Reports Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State; Reports Officer to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Gowen, Franklin C., Consul at Geneva and United States Representative for International Organizations; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Gromyko, A. A. Soviet First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Gros, André , Legal Adviser to the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Gullion, Edmund A., Member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State.
  • Hammarskjold, Dag H. A. C., Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • Harry, R. L., Australian Permanent Delegate to the European Office of the United Nations at Geneva; Australian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Ha Van Lau , Member of the Military Delegation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Heath, Donald R., Ambassador in Cambodia and Vietnam, and Minister in Laos (resident in Saigon); Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference and Chairman of the Delegation’s Indochina Working Group.
  • Heeney, Arnold D. P., Canadian Ambassador in the United States.
  • Hennes, Richard V., Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State.
  • Hensel, H. Struve , Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
  • Heywot, Ato Zaude Gabre , Permanent Representative of Ethiopia at the United Nations; Head of the Ethiopian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Hinh . See Nguyen Van Hinh.
  • Ho Chi Minh , President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
  • Hoey, Robert E., Officer in Charge of Vietnam–Laos–Cambodia Affairs, Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hong, Jin Ki , Vice Minister of Justice, Republic of Korea; Member of the Republic of Korea Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Hoppenot, Henri , French Permanent Representative at the United Nations.
  • Huan Hsiang , Director of the Department of West European and African Affairs, People’s Republic of China Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Adviser to the P.R.C. Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Huang Hua , Counselor in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, People’s Republic of China; Adviser and Spokesman for the P.R.C. Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Hull, John E., Major General; Commander in Chief, United Nations Command, and Commander in Chief, Far East.
  • Jacquet, Marc , French Secretary of State for Relations with the Associated States, July 1953–June 1954; French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Jacquin De Margerie, Roland , Assistant Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Jebb, Sir Hubert Miles Gladwyn , Ambassador of the United Kingdom in France after April 13, 1954.
  • Johnson, U. Alexis , Ambassador in Czechoslovakia; Coordinator of the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference; Head of the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference, June 20–July 17; Deputy Representative and Coordinator of the Delegation, July 17–21, 1954.
  • Joxe, Louis , French Ambassador in the Soviet Union.
  • Joy, Michael G. L., First Secretary of the British Embassy in the United States.
  • Joyce, Robert P., Counselor of Embassy in France.
  • Keppel, John , Second Secretary and Consul in the Embassy in the Soviet Union; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Key, David McK., Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs.
  • Khammao . See Tiao Khammao.
  • Khamphan Panya , Deputy Secretary General to the Council of the French Union in Paris; Laotian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Khoman . See Thanat Khoman.
  • Kim . See Tran Trong Kim.
  • Kimny . See Nong Kimny.
  • Kindynis, Jean , Director of American and United Nations Affairs, Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Member of the Greek Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir Ivone A., British Permanent Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
  • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., Deputy Director of the Executive Secretariat, Department of State; Deputy Coordinator of, and Secretary to, the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference, July 17–21, 1954.
  • Koo, V. K. Wellington , Ambassador of the Republic of China in the United States.
  • Kotelawala, Sir John L., Prime Minister and Minister of External Affairs of Ceylon.
  • Kural, Adnan , Director General of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Secretary General, 16 Nations Secretariat (the Allied Delegations), at the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Kuznetsov, V. V., Soviet Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Soviet Ambassador in the People’s Republic of China; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • La Chambre, Guy , French Secretary of State for Relations with the Associated States after June 1954; French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Lacoste, Francis , Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Laloy, Jean L., Counselor to the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Lamb, Sir Lionel Henry , British Ambassador in Switzerland.
  • Landon, Kenneth P., Officer in Charge of Thai and Malayan Affairs, Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Laniel, Joseph , Prime Minister of France until June 18, 1954.
  • La Tournelle . See Le Roy De La Tournelle.
  • Lavrishchev, A. A., Head of the First European Department, Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Secretary General to the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Le Quang Trieu, Colonel, Armed Forces Attaché at the Embassy of the State of Vietnam in the United States; Delegate of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Le Roy De La Tournelle, Guy , Director General for Political and Economic Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Le Van Kim , Colonel, Member of the Military Delegation of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Li Ke-Nung , Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China; P.R.C. Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Limb, Ben C., Permanent Observer of the Republic of Korea at the United Nations; Member of the Republic of Korea Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Lloyd, John Selwyn Brooke , Minister of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. , United States Representative at the United Nations.
  • Luce, Clare Boothe , Ambassador in Italy.
  • Luns, Joseph M.A.H., Netherlands Minister of Foreign Affairs; Head of the Netherlands Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • MacArthur, Douglas, II, Counselor of the Department of State; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Makins, Sir Roger M., British Ambassador in the United States.
  • Margerie . See Jacquin de Margerie.
  • Martin, Edwin W., Deputy Director, Office of Chinese Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Massigli, René , French Ambassador in the United Kingdom.
  • Matthews, H. Freeman , Ambassador in the Netherlands.
  • Matthews, Jack B., Lieutenant Colonel, Member of G–3.
  • McBride, Robert H., Officer in charge of French-Iberian Affairs, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • McCardle, Carl W., Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • McClintock, Robert , Counselor of Embassy in Vietnam.
  • McClurkin, Robert J. G., Deputy Director, Office of Northeast Asian Affairs, Department of State.
  • McConaughy, Walter P., Director, Office of Chinese Affairs, Department of State.
  • McIntosh, A. D., Secretary of the New Zealand Ministry of External Affairs; New Zealand Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Meeker, Leonard C., Assistant Legal Adviser for United Nations Affairs, Department of State.
  • Mendès-France, Pierre , Prime Minister of France and Minister for Foreign Affairs after June 19, 1954; Head of the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference, June 19–July 21, 1954.
  • Menon, V. K. Krishna , Personal Representative of Indian Prime Minister Nehru at the Geneva Conference.
  • Menzies, Robert G., Prime Minister of Australia.
  • Merchant, Livingston T., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Middleton, George H., British Deputy High Commissioner in India.
  • Millet, Pierre , Counselor of the French Embassy in the United States.
  • Mills, Sheldon T., Counselor of Embassy in India.
  • Mohammad, Ali , Prime Minister of Pakistan.
  • Mohn, Paul , Major-General; Swedish Member of the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission in Korea.
  • Molotov, V. M., Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs; Head of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference; one of the three rotating chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Monckton, G. W. R., Lieutenant Colonel, Military Adviser to the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Munro, Leslie Knox , Ambassador of New Zealand in the United States.
  • Murphy, Robert D., Deputy Under Secretary of State.
  • Nam Il , Lieutenant General, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea; Head of the D.P.R.K. Delegation at the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Navarre, Henri, General, Commander in Chief, French Forces in Indochina until June 3, 1954.
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal , Indian Prime Minister and Minister of External Affairs and Commonwealth Relations.
  • Ngo Dinh Diem , Prime Minister, Minister of National Defense and Minister of the Interior of the State of Vietnam, after June 16, 1954.
  • Ngo Dinh Luyen , Personal Representative of Vietnamese Chief of State Bao Dai at the Geneva Conference.
  • Nguyen Dac Khe , Minister of Democratization of the State of Vietnam; Deputy Chief of the State of Vietnam Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Nguyen Huu Chau , Member of the Government of Ngo Dinh Diem; Delegate of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Nguyen Huu Tri , Governor of North Vietnam.
  • Nguyen Quoc Dinh , Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Vietnam until June 16, 1954; State of Vietnam Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Nguyen Trung Vinh , Vice President of the Council of Ministers of the State of Vietnam; Head of the Delegation of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference for part of May 1954.
  • Nguyen Van Hinh , Brigadier General; Chief of Staff of the Army of the State of Vietnam.
  • Nguyen Van Tam , Prime Minister of the State of Vietnam, June 1952–December 1953.
  • Nhiek Tioulong , General, Cambodian Minister of Defense and Commander in Chief, Khmer National Armed Forces; Head of the Cambodian Military Delegation at the Geneva Conference; signer of the ceasefire agreement for Cambodia.
  • Nong Kimny , Cambodian Ambassador in the United States; Member of the Cambodian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Norodom Sihanouk , King of Cambodia.
  • Novikov, K. V., Head of the Southeast Asia Department, Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • O’Connor, Roderic L., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State after February 21, 1954.
  • O’Daniel, John W., Lieutenant General; Chief of the United States Military Assistance Advisory Group in Indochina after April 12, 1954.
  • Offroy, Raymond , French Ambassador in Thailand; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Ourot Souvannavong , Minister of Laos in the United States; Laotian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Page, Edward, Jr. , Counselor of Embassy in France and Deputy Director for Political Affairs in the United States Mission to NATO and the European Regional Organizations; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Paik Tu Chin , Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, April 1953–June 1954.
  • Pandit, Madame Srimati Vijaya Lakshmi , Permanent Representative of India at the United Nations.
  • Parodi, Alexandre , Secretary General of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Paul-Boncour, Jean , Secretary General of the International Secretariat at the Geneva Conference on Indochina.
  • Pearson, Lester B., Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs; Head of the Canadian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Peaslee, Amos J., Ambassador in Australia.
  • Pham Van Dong , Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; Head of the Delegation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Phan Huy Quat , Minister of National Defense of the State of Vietnam until June 1954.
  • Phillips, Joseph B., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until June 30, 1954.
  • Phleger, Herman , Legal Adviser, Department of State; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Phoui Sananikone , Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of the Interior and of Foreign Affairs of Laos; Head of the Laotian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Pillai, Narayana Ragnavan , former Secretary General of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.
  • Pleven, René , French Minister of National Defense until June 1954.
  • Popper, David H., Deputy Director of the Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Pote Sarasin , Ambassador of Thailand in the United States; Delegate of Thailand at the Geneva Conference.
  • Prididebyabongs Devakula , Prince, Delegate of Thailand to the United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea; Delegate of Thailand at the Geneva Conference.
  • Pyun Yung Tai , Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea after April 1951; Prime Minister after June 1954; Head of the Republic of Korea Delegation at the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Quat . See Phan Huy Quat.
  • Radford, Arthur W., Admiral, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Raynor, G. Hayden , Director of the Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Reading, Marquis of , Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, British Foreign Office; Member of the British Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Reilly, D’Arcy Patrick , British Minister in France.
  • Reinhardt, G. Frederick , Counselor of Embassy in France; Special Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Rhee, Syngman , President of the Republic of Korea.
  • Roberts, Sir Frank K., Deputy Under Secretary of State in the British Foreign Office.
  • Robertson, Walter S., Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs; Deputy United States Representative at the Geneva Conference, May 8–June 20, 1954.
  • Roux, Jacques , Director of the Asian Department of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Rowland, J. R., First Secretary of the Southeast Asia Section, Australian Ministry of External Affairs; Australian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Rumbold, Sir Horace Anthony C., British Minister in France.
  • Sam Sary , Personal Delegate of the King of Cambodia at the Geneva Conference.
  • Sarasin . See Pote Sarasin.
  • Sastroamidjojo . See Ali Sastroamidjojo.
  • Savang Vatthana , Crown Prince of Laos.
  • Schumann, Maurice , French Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1951–1954; Deputy Chairman of the French Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Scott, Sir Robert H., British Minister in the United States; Representative of the United Kingdom on the United States-United Kingdom Joint Study Group in Washington on Collective Security Arrangements in Southeast Asia.
  • Sheehan, E. L., Major General, Special Adviser to the Australian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Shuckburgh, Charles A. E., Principal Private Secretary to the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs until May 10, 1954; Assistant Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs after May 10, 1954; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Sihanouk . See Norodom Sihanouk.
  • Sisavang Vong . King Of Laos.
  • Smith, Walter Bedell , Under Secretary of State; Head of the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference, May 3–June 20, and July 17–21, 1954.
  • Sohn Won Il, Admiral, Minister of National Defense, Republic of Korea.
  • Son Sann , former Deputy Prime Minister and Vice President of the Cambodian Council of Ministers; former Minister of Foreign Affairs; Cambodian Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Southanouvong , Prince, Laotian resistance leader and half-brother of Laotian Prime Minister Souvanna Phouma.
  • Souvanna Phouma , Prince, Prime Minister of Laos.
  • Souvannavong . See Ourot Souvannavong.
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri , Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs after April 1954; Head of the Belgian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Spender, Sir Percy C., Australian Ambassador in the United States.
  • Stein, Eric . Acting Officer in Charge of Pacific Settlement Affairs, Office of United Nations Political and Security Affairs, Department of State.
  • Stelle, Charles C., Member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Stephanopoulos, Stephan , Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs; Head of the Greek Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Sturm, Paul J., Member of the Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State.
  • Suydam, Henry , Chief of the News Division, Department of State; Press Officer of the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Taber, Robert C., Lieutenant Colonel. Assistant Army Attaché at the Embassy in Saigon; Expert to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tahourdin, John G., Head of the Southeast Asia Department, British Foreign Office; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Ta Quang Buu , Vice Minister of Defense of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; D.R.V. Delegate and Head of the Military Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Templer, Sir Gerald , General, United Kingdom High Commissioner for the Federation of Malaya.
  • Tep Phan , Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia; Head of the Cambodian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tezenas Du Montcel, Robert , Director General, Office of the French Secretary of State for Relations with the Associated States; Assistant French Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Thak Senivongs Na Ayuthia , Brigadier General, Military Attaché at the Thai Embassy in France; Delegate of Thailand at the Geneva Conference.
  • Thanat Khoman , Deputy Permanent Delegate of Thailand at the United Nations; Delegate of Thailand at the Geneva Conference.
  • Thurston, Ray L., Deputy Director and later Director, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tiao Khammao , Prince, Chief Representative of the King of Laos to the President of the French Union in Paris; Delegate of Laos at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tioulong . See Nhiek Tioulong.
  • Tournelle . See le Roy de la Tournelle.
  • Tran Cong Tuong , Vice Minister of Justice of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; Delegate of and Translator for the D.R.V. Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tran Trong Kim , President of the National Congress of the State of Vietnam.
  • Tran Van Chuong , Minister of State for the State of Vietnam after June 1954; Delegate of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tran Van Do , Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Vietnam after June 16; Head of the State of Vietnam Delegation at the Geneva Conference, June 16–July 21, 1954.
  • Tran Van Huu , Prime Minister of the State of Vietnam, May 1950–June 1952.
  • Tran Van Kha , Ambassador of the State of Vietnam in the United States.
  • Tran Van Tuyen , Counselor to the Delegation of the State of Vietnam at the Geneva Conference.
  • Trapnell, Thomas J. H., Major General, Chief of the United States Military Assistance Advisory Group in Indochina, August 1952–February 1954.
  • Trevelyan, Humphrey , British Chargé in the People’s Republic of China; Member of the United Kingdom Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Tri . See Nguyen Huu Tri.
  • Troyanovsky, O. A., Interpreter for the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Trulock, Walter N., Member, Staff Operations, Executive Secretariat, Department of State; Technical Secretary to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Twining, Nathan F., General, Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force.
  • Tyler, William R., Deputy Director, Office of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • U Nu , Prime Minister of Burma.
  • Urrutia, Holguin Francisco , Colombian Permanent Representative at the United Nations; Member of the Colombian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Vadakan . See Vichit Vadakan.
  • Valluy, Jean , General, French Member of the NATO Standing Group in the United States and French Representative at the Five-Power Military Conference in Washington, June 1954.
  • Van Fleet, James A., General (ret.), former Commander of the United States 8th Army in Korea; appointed Special Representative of President Eisenhower to conduct a military survey in the Far East, April 1954.
  • Van Hollen, Christopher , Member, Staff Operations, Executive Secretariat, Department of State; Technical Secretary to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Van Roijen, Jean Herman , Netherlands Ambassador in the United States.
  • Vergin, Nureddin , Minister of Turkey in Portugal; Turkish Delegate at the Geneva Conference.
  • Vichit, Vadakan , Minister of Thailand in Switzerland; Member of the Thai Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Vinh . See Nguyen Trung Vinh.
  • Vinogradov, S. A., Soviet Ambassador in France; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Vo Nguyen Giap , Minister of Defense and Vice Premier of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; Commander in Chief of the People’s Army of Vietnam.
  • Wan Waithayakon Krommun Naradhip Bongsprabandh , Prince, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand; Head of the Thai Delegation at the Geneva Conference; one of the three rotating chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Wang Ping-Nan , Director of the Staff Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, People’s Republic of China; Secretary General of the People’s Republic of China Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Watt, Alan S., Australian Commissioner to the Federation of Malaya; Member of the Australian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Webb, Thomas Clifton , New Zealand Minister of External Affairs; Head of the New Zealand Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Wilson, Charles Erwin , Secretary of Defense.
  • Yager, Joseph A., Chief of the Division of Research for the Far East, Department of State; Expert, later Adviser, to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • You Chan Yang , Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in the United States; Member of the R.O.K. Delegation at the Geneva Conference on Korea.
  • Young, Kenneth T., Director of the Office of Northeast Asian Affairs, Department of State; Adviser to the United States Delegation at the Geneva Conference and Chairman of the Delegation’s Working Group on Korea.
  • Zafrullah Khan, Sir Chaudhri Muhammad , Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister for Commonwealth Relations of Pakistan.
  • Zaroubin, G. N., Soviet Ambassador in the United States; Member of the Soviet Delegation at the Geneva Conference.
  • Zuleta Angel, Eduardo , Colombian Ambassador in the United States; Head of the Colombian Delegation at the Geneva Conference.