List of Persons Mentioned

Editor’s Note.—The identification of the persons in this list is limited to circumstances and positions under reference in the papers printed in this volume, and is for the year 1945 unless otherwise indicated. Unless there is indication to the contrary, titles and positions given are those held in or for the United States Government. Authors, journalists, and composers are not included in this list unless they are mentioned in the papers printed in some other capacity.

Persons whose names are preceded by an asterisk were present at Berlin or Babelsberg at some time during the course of the Berlin Conference.

In this list, names with diacritical marks (e. g., ö and š) are alphabetized as if they were English names with no diacritical marks, rather than in the position which they would occupy if alphabetized in their original language. Likewise transliterations (e. g., Kh for the Russian X) are alphabetized in English letter order.

  • Abderhalden, Emil, Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Halle, Germany.
  • * Abiba, Chief Steward Sotero, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Abramovitz, Moses, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Abyssinia, The Emperor of. See Haile Selassie.
  • Acheson, Dean, Under Secretary of State (from August 16).
  • * Adams, Francis W. H., United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Adcock, Brigadier General Clarence L., U. S. A., Chief, Civil Affairs Division, United States Forces, European Theater.
  • Alba de Tormes , The Duke of, Spanish Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
  • Alexander (Aleksandar) I, King of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, 1921–1929; King of Yugoslavia, 1929–1934.
  • * Alexander, Field Marshal Sir Harold, (British) Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean.
  • * Allen, Denis, First Secretary, Northern Department, British Foreign Office.
  • * Allen, George V., Deputy Director, Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Alling, Paul H., Consul General and Diplomatic Agent, Tangier.
  • Anami, General Korehita, Japanese Minister of Army.
  • Anders, Lieutenant General Władysław, Commander in Chief, Polish Second Corps, in Italy.
  • Anderson, Sir John, British Chancellor of the Exchequer (to July 28).
  • Angell, James W., United States Delegate, Paris Conference on Reparation.
  • * Anheier, Harry D., Supervising Agent, Washington District, United States Secret Service.
  • * Antonov, Army General Alexey Innokentyevich, Chief of Staff, Soviet Army.
  • Arciszewski, Tomasz, Prime Minister in the Polish Government-in-Exile at London.
  • Ardalan, Naser Qoli, Deputy in the Iranian Majlis.
  • Ardenne, Baron Manfred of, German electronic physicist; director of a private experimental laboratory at Berlin.
  • Armour, Norman, Ambassador to Spain.
  • * Arnold, General of the Army Henry H., U. S. A., Commanding General, Army Air Forces.
  • Arutiunian . See Arutyunyan.
  • Arutunian . See Arutyunyan.
  • * Arutyunyan, Amazasp Avakimovich, Assistant Director, Economics Division, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Attlee, Clement R., Chairman, British Parliamentary Labour Party; also (from July 26) Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury.
  • Ayers, Eben A., Information Officer, The White House.
  • Badoglio, Marshal Pietro, Italian Prime Minister, 1943–1944.
  • Bainbridge, Kenneth T., Consultant, Manhattan District project.
  • Balfour, Arthur James, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1916–1919.
  • Balfour, John, British Minister, Washington.
  • Balogh, Rev. István, Adviser to the Hungarian Prime Minister.
  • Barbour, Walworth, Division of Southern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Barnard, Thurman L., Executive Director, Overseas Branch, Office of War Information.
  • Barnes, Maynard B., United States Representative in Bulgaria.
  • * Barry, Frank M., United States Secret Service.
  • Baruch, Herman B., Ambassador to Portugal.
  • Batt, William L., Vice Chairman (International Supply), War Production Board.
  • * Bautista, Chief Steward Cayetano, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Beatty, Morgan, representative of the combined radio networks in the press, radio, and photographers’ pool assigned to cover the Berlin Conference.
  • * Behn, Gerald A., United States Secret Service.
  • * Belknap, Chief Photographer’s Mate William, Jr., U. S. N., an official photographer for the Berlin Conference.
  • Bell, John O., Divisional Assistant, Aviation Division, Department of State.
  • Bellinger, Vice Admiral Patrick N. L., U. S. N., Commander, Air Force, United States Atlantic Fleet.
  • * Belot, Colonel Monti L., U. S. A., Commanding Officer, 178th General Hospital, Reims, France.
  • Beneš, Edvard, President of Czechoslovakia.
  • Berger, Edwin, Chief Engineer, Schott plant, Jena, Germany.
  • * Bergson, Abram, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Beria . See Beriya.
  • * Beriya, Lavrenty Pavlovich, Deputy Chairman, Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union; People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs.
  • Bernadotte, Prince Carl (Junior), nephew of the King of Sweden.
  • Bernadotte, Prince Carl (Senior), President, Swedish Red Cross; brother of the King of Sweden.
  • * Betts, Brigadier General Edward C., U. S. A., Judge Advocate, European Theater.
  • * Bevin, Ernest, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (from July 28).
  • Bewilogua, Ludwig, Director, Low Temperature Physics Section, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics, Berlin.
  • Bianchi, João Antonio de, Portuguese Ambassador to the United States.
  • Bidault, Georges, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Provisional Government of the French Republic.
  • * Bierut, Boleslaw, President of the National Council of the Homeland in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • * Birse, Major Arthur, Second Secretary and Translator, British Embassy, Moscow.
  • Biryusov . See Biryuzov.
  • Biryuzov, Colonel General Sergey Semenovich, (Soviet) Deputy Chairman, Allied Control Commission for Bulgaria.
  • Bismarck , The Prince of, Chancellor of the German Empire, 1871–1890.
  • * Bissell, Richard M., Jr., Director, Division of Ship Requirements, War Shipping Administration; Joint Executive Officer, Combined Shipping Adjustment Boards.
  • * Blair, Lieutenant Colonel James A., U. S. A., a breakfast guest of the President at Babelsberg.
  • Blaisdell, Thomas C., Jr., Chief, Mission for Economic Affairs, American Embassy, London.
  • Bland, Sir Nevile, British Ambassador to the Netherlands.
  • Blondin, Charles (Jean-Francois Gravelet), French acrobat who crossed over Niagara Falls on a tight-rope on four occasions, 1859–1860.
  • Bobrovi, Colonel, an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • * Bogomolov, Alexander Efremovich, Soviet Ambassador to France.
  • * Bohlen, Charles E., Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1944–1946; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1946–1947, 1959–
  • * Bolton, Captain Patrick, Private Secretary to the British Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • Bonaparte, General Napoléon, Commander of the French expedition against Egypt, 1798–1799; (as Napoléon I) Emperor of the French, 1804–1814, 1815.
  • Bonbright, James C. H., Assistant Chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Bonnet, Henri, French Ambassador to the United States.
  • Booth, Brigadier General Donald P., U. S. A., Commanding General, Persian Gulf Command.
  • * Boring, Floyd M., United States Secret Service.
  • Boris III, King of Bulgaria, 1918–1943.
  • * Borrelli, Staff Sergeant Joe, U. S. A., band conductor at a dinner given by the President at Babelsberg.
  • Boucher, Major-General Charles Hamilton, Commander, British Forces in Northern Greece.
  • * Bowen, Colonel John W., U. S. A., Map Room Officer, White House Map Room.
  • Bowker, Reginald James, British Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Spain.
  • * Bradley, Corporal Alma, U. S. A., Telephone Operator, Amco switchboard.
  • * Bradley, General Omar N., U. S. A., Commanding General, Twelfth Army Group.
  • * Brand, Hon. T. H., Chairman, Supplies for Liberated Areas Committee, British Ministry of Production.
  • Bratianu, Constantin (Dinu), President, Rumanian Liberal Party.
  • * Bridges, Sir Edward, Secretary of the British Cabinet.
  • Broad, Philip, Acting Counsellor, Office of the British Minister Resident, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta.
  • * Brook, Norman, Additional Secretary to the British Cabinet.
  • * Brooke, Field Marshal Sir Alan, Chief of the British Imperial General Staff.
  • Brossin de Saint-Didier, Major General Auguste, Chief, French Military Mission, Washington.
  • * Brown, John Nicholas, Reparation, Deliveries and Restitution Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Brown, Walter J., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Broz Tito . See Tito.
  • Brunk, P. A., Secretary, London Branch, United Maritime Executive Board.
  • * Buhrman, Parker W., Political Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • Bulgaria , The King of. See Boris III.
  • Bullard, Sir Reader, British Ambassador to Persia (Iran).
  • * Bundy, Harvey H., Special Assistant to the Secretary of War.
  • Burch, Harold A., Trade and Commerce Analyst, Office of Economics and Statistics, War Shipping Administration.
  • Buriusoff . See Biryuzov.
  • Bush, Vannevar, Director, Office of Scientific Research and Development; Chairman, Joint Committee on New Weapons and Equipment, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • * Byrnes, James F., Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (to April 2); Secretary of State (from July 3).
  • * Cabell, Brigadier General Charles P., U. S. A., member of the Joint Staff Planners, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Staff Planners, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Caccia, Harold, British Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Greece.
  • * Cadogan, Hon. Sir Alexander, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • * Caffery, Jefferson, Ambassador to France.
  • * Caldwell, Chief Warrant Officer Horace K., U. S. A., White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • * Calinao, Chief Steward Federico, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Campbell, Captain Sir Harold, Equerry in Waiting to King George VI.
  • Campbell, Sir Ronald H., British Ambassador to Portugal.
  • Campbell, Sir Ronald I., British Representative, European Advisory Commission.
  • * Campion, John E., United States Secret Service.
  • * Canfil, Fred E., United States Secret Service.
  • * Canin , Private First Class Stuart, U. S. A., violinist at a dinner given by the President at Babelsberg.
  • * Cannon, Cavendish W., First Secretary, American Embassy, Lisbon.
  • Cárdenas, Juan Francisco de, Spanish Ambassador to the United States.
  • Carnwath, Joseph W., United States Representative, London Branch, United Maritime Executive Board.
  • Carra de Vaux de Saint-Cyr, Christian, French Delegate in Sweden.
  • Carvalhaes, Colonel Augusto de, Chief of Protocol, Portuguese Ministry of War.
  • * Cary, Colonel John B., U. S. A., Deputy Chief (Air), Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Castillo y Campos, Cristobal del, Under Secretary, Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Catroux, General of the Army Georges, French Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • Chamberlain, Neville, British Prime Minister, 1937–1940.
  • Chaney, Major General James E., U. S. A., member of a military mission to Portugal, 1944.
  • Chanler, Colonel William Charles, U. S. A., Acting Director, Civil Affairs Division, War Department Special Staff.
  • Charles, Archduke of Austria, brother of the Archduke Otto.
  • Charles, Sir Noel, Bart., British High Commissioner to Italy.
  • * Chase, Lieutenant Joseph, U. S. N. R., Assistant Naval Attaché, American Embassy, Moscow.
  • Cherrière, Brigadier General Paul-Raymond-Philippe, French Member, Allied Control Commission for Austria.
  • * Cherwell, Lord, British Paymaster-General.
  • Cheschmedjieff . See Cheshmedzhev.
  • Cheshmeddieff . See Cheshmedzhev.
  • Cheshmedjieff . See Cheshmedzhev.
  • Cheshmedzhev, Grigor, Bulgarian Minister of Social Policy.
  • Chesmedjiev . See Cheshmedzhev.
  • Chiang Kai-shek, Generalissimo, President of the National Government of the Republic of China; Supreme Commander, China Theater.
  • Childs, J. Rives, United States Representative, Paris Conversations Concerning Tangier.
  • * Churchill, Junior Commander Mary, daughter of the British Prime Minister.
  • * Churchill, Winston S., British Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury, and Minister of Defence (to July 26).
  • Citrine, Sir Walter, General Secretary, British Trades Union Congress.
  • Clark, General Mark W., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Forces in Austria.
  • Clark Kerr . See Kerr.
  • * Clay, Lieutenant General Lucius DuB., U. S. A., Deputy Military Governor, United States Zone in Germany.
  • * Clayton, William L., Assistant Secretary of State (for Economic Affairs).
  • * Cochrane, Admiral Edward L., U. S. N., Chief, Bureau of Ships, Navy Department.
  • * Cohen, Benjamin V., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • * Coleman, Major Lawrence A., U. S. A., Office of the Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality.
  • * Collado, Emilio G., Director, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Department of State.
  • Conant, James B., Chairman, National Defense Research Committee.
  • * Connor, Cassie, Personal Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Conway, Captain Granville, United States Merchant Marine, Acting Administrator, War Shipping Administration.
  • * Cooke, Vice Admiral Charles M., Jr., U. S. N., Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • Cooper, Alfred Duff, British Ambassador to France.
  • * Cornwall-Jones, Brigadier Arthur Thomas, British Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Costov . See Kostov.
  • Coulondre, Robert, French Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 1936–1938; Ambassador to Germany, 1938–1939.
  • * Coulson, J. E., Acting Head, Economic Relations Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Craig, Major General Howard A., U. S. A., Chief, Theater Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Crane, Major General John A., U. S. A., United States Representative, Allied Control Commission for Bulgaria.
  • Cripps, Sir Stafford, British President of the Board of Trade (from July 28).
  • Cromie, Leonard J., Third Secretary, American Embassy, Athens.
  • Crowley, Leo T., Administrator, Foreign Economic Administration.
  • Ćuckov, Mane, Minister of State for Macedonia in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Culbertson, Paul T., Chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State.
  • * Cunningham, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Andrew, Bart., (British) Naval Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Mediterranean, 1942–October 1943; British First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, October 1943–1946.
  • Curzon of Kedleston, Marquess, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919–1924.
  • * Custodio, Chief Steward Amando, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Cutler, Brigadier General Stuart, U. S. A., Commanding General, Berlin Headquarters District.
  • * Cutter, Colonel R. Ammi, U. S. A., Assistant Executive Officer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of War.
  • Dalton, Hugh, British Chancellor of the Exchequer (from July 28).
  • Dalton, Neil, Director, Domestic Branch, Office of War Information.
  • Damaskinos , Archbishop of Greece; Regent of Greece.
  • * Davies, Joseph E., Chairman, The President’s War Relief Control Board.
  • Davies, Ralph K., Deputy Administrator, Petroleum Administration for War.
  • Davis, Elmer, Director, Office of War Information.
  • * Dean, Colonel Fred M., U. S. A., Executive Assistant to the Commanding General, Army Air Forces.
  • * Dean, Patrick, Assistant Legal Adviser, British Foreign Office.
  • * Deane, Major General John R., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union.
  • Debye, Peter Joseph William, Director, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics, Berlin, 1935–1939.
  • De Gasperi, Alcide, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • de Gaulle, General Charles, President of the Council of Ministers in the Provisional Government of the French Republic.
  • Dekanozov, Vladimir Georgyevich, Assistant People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Dempster, Ernest J., United States Delegation, Paris Conversations Concerning Tangier.
  • Denny, Brigadier, British officer in Italy (not otherwise identified).
  • Derzhanski . See Durzhansky.
  • * Despres, Emile, Adviser on German Economic Affairs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Devlin, Captain Jones F., Jr., Director, Division of Vessels, Operations, War Shipping Administration.
  • de Wilde, John C., Assistant Adviser on German Economic Affairs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • Dhimakis, Ilias, Slavo-Macedonian Communist guerrilla leader.
  • Diamantopoulos, Cimon P., Greek Ambassador to the United States.
  • * Dixon, Pierson, Private Secretary to the Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Doenitz . See Dönitz.
  • Dönitz, Grand Admiral Karl, Commander in Chief, German Navy (to May 1); assumed the positions of Chief of State (Staatsoberhaupt) and Supreme Commander of the German Armed Forces, May 1.
  • * Donnelly, Colonel Charles H., U. S. A., Secretary, Joint Staff Planners and Joint Logistics Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff; United States Secretary, Combined Staff Planners and Combined Administrative Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • * Dooman, Eugene H., Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for European, Far Eastern, Near Eastern, and African Affairs.
  • * Douglas, Elsie L., Secretary to the Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality.
  • Douglas, Colonel James H., Jr., U. S. A., Chief of Staff, Air Transport Command, Army Air Forces.
  • Dragoicheva, Tsola, Secretary General, Bulgarian National Committee of the Fatherland Front.
  • Draper, Brigadier General William H., Jr., U. S. A., Chief, Economic Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Drescher, George C., United States Secret Service.
  • Drożniak, Edward, Director, Polish National Bank.
  • * DuBois, Josiah E., Jr., United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Dunn, James Clement, Assistant Secretary of State (for European, Far Eastern, Near Eastern, and African Affairs); Chairman, State–War–Navy Coordinating Committee.
  • Durbrow, Elbridge, Chief, Division of Eastern European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Durzhansky, Angel, Bulgarian Minister of Communications.
  • Eareckson, Colonel William O., U. S. A., Commanding Officer, Alamogordo Air Base, New Mexico.
  • * Echols, Major General Oliver P., U. S. A., Deputy Commanding General, Office of Military Government for Germany, European Theater.
  • * Edelstein, Lieutenant Julius C., U. S. N. R., Aide to the Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy.
  • * Eden, Anthony, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (to July 28); Chairman, Committee on German Dismemberment (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • Edgcumbe, Major-General Oliver Pearce, British Commissioner, Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • * Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Forces, European Theater; Commander in Chief, United States Forces of Occupation in Germany; also (to July 14) Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force.
  • * Elbrick, C. Burke, First Secretary, American Embassy, Warsaw (en route to his post).
  • * Elsey, Lieutenant George M., U. S. N. R., Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President.
  • Erhardt, John G., Political Adviser on Austrian Affairs to the Commanding General, United States Army Forces, Mediterranean Theater.
  • * Esposito, Brigadier General Vincent J., U. S. A., Chief, Logistics Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff; member of the Joint Logistics Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Administrative Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • * Estrada, Chief Steward Pio, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Ethiopia , The Emperor of. See Haile Selassie.
  • Evatt, Herbert, Australian Attorney General and Minister for External Affairs.
  • * Evsekov, Major Nikolay Vasilyevich, Soviet military interpreter.
  • * Fahy, Charles, Legal Adviser, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Falaleyev, Marshal of Aviation Fedor Yakovlevich, Chief, Soviet Air Staff.
  • Fallalev . See Falaleyev.
  • Farrell, Brigadier General Thomas F., U. S. A., Deputy Commanding General, Manhattan District project.
  • Felix, Archduke of Austria, brother of the Archduke Otto.
  • Fetter, Frank W., Chief, Division of Lend-Lease and Surplus War Property Affairs, Department of State.
  • Fitch, Vice Admiral Aubrey W., U. S. N., Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air).
  • * Fite, Katherine B., Assistant to the Legal Adviser, Department of State, detailed to the Office of the Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality.
  • * Flanigan, Rear Admiral Howard A., U. S. N., member of the Joint Military Transportation Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Military Transportation Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • * Fleener, Ensign Cecil M., U. S. N. R., Administrative Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President.
  • Fletcher, Otto F., Economic Analyst, Special Areas Branch, Foreign Economic Administration, detailed to the Division of Economic Security Controls, Department of State.
  • * Floresca, Chief Cook Mariano, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Fogelson, Colonel Elijah E., U. S. A., Adviser on Organization and Production, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Foote, Wilder, Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • * Forrestal, James, Secretary of the Navy.
  • Foskett, Captain James H., U. S. N., Commanding Officer, U. S. S. Augusta.
  • Fraleigh, William N., Second Secretary, American Embassy, Belgrade.
  • Franco y Bahamonde, Generalissimo Francisco, Chief of State and President of the Spanish Government.
  • Frank, Hans, (German) Governor General of Poland.
  • Freeman, Commander Charles L., U. S. N., Executive Officer, U. S. S. Augusta.
  • Frick, Wilhelm, (German) Protector of Bohemia and Moravia.
  • Frith, Brigadier E. H. C., Commander, 26th British Liaison Unit, in Italy.
  • Galounsky . See Golunsky.
  • Galunski . See Golunsky.
  • Ganev, Venelin Yordanov, Senior Regent in Bulgaria.
  • * Gardner, Rear Admiral Matthias B., U. S. N., Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • Garran, Isham Peter, Second Secretary, Western Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Gates, Artemus L., Under Secretary of the Navy.
  • * Gentle, Major James C., U. S. A., Economic Officer, Civil Affairs Division, United States Forces, European Theater.
  • George II, King of the Hellenes.
  • George VI, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  • George, W. Perry, Assistant Chief, Division of Western European Affairs, Department of State (to April 9); Counselor, American Embassy, London (from April 9).
  • George, Walter F., United States Senator from Georgia.
  • Georgiev, Kimon, Bulgarian Prime Minister, 1934–1935, 1944–1946.
  • Geraschenko . See Gerashchenko.
  • * Gerashchenko, Vladimir Sergeyevich, Economic Specialist, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Gerbrandy, Pieter Sjoerd, Netherland Prime Minister (to June 23).
  • Gereschenko . See Gerashchenko.
  • * Gerhardt, Colonel Harrison A., U. S. A., Executive Officer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of War; Acting Secretary, State–War–Navy Coordinating Committee.
  • Gerig, O. Benjamin, Alternate United States Delegate, Preparatory Commission of the United Nations.
  • * Gill, Colonel Robert J., U. S. A., Executive Officer, Office of the Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality.
  • * Gilliam, Wilson A., United States Secret Service.
  • Gilpatric, Donald S., Chief, War Areas Economic Division, Department of State.
  • * Goberidge , maître d’hôtel at the Cecilienhof Palace (not otherwise identified).
  • Goebbels, Joseph, German Minister for Public Enlightenment.
  • Goering . See Göring.
  • Golikov, Colonel General Filipp Ivanovich, Chief, Cadres Administration, People’s Commissariat for War of the Soviet Union; Commissioner for the Repatriation of Prisoners of War.
  • Golunko . See Golunsky.
  • Golunski . See Golunsky.
  • * Golunsky, Sergey Alexandrovich, Expert Consultant, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Gomułka, Władysław, Deputy Prime Minister in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Gorduysus, Muzaffer Kamil, Turkish Consul, Komotiní, Greece.
  • * Gorham, John T., United States Secret Service.
  • Göring, Reich Marshal Hermann, German Minister for Aviation.
  • Gorlinski . See Gorlinsky.
  • * Gorlinsky, Major General Nikolay Dmitriyevich, Assistant to the First Assistant People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Goroshenko . See Gerashchenko.
  • Gotsi , nom de guerre of Ilias Dhimakis, q. v.
  • Gousev . See Gusev.
  • Goussev . See Gusev.
  • * Grabski, Stanisław, Vice President of the National Council of the Homeland in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • * Graham, Captain Frank H., U. S. A., White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • * Graham, Lieutenant Colonel Wallace H., U. S. A., 24th Evacuation Hospital, Bremen, Germany.
  • Grässli, Max, Swiss Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in the United States.
  • Great Britain and Northern Ireland , The King of the United Kingdom of. See George VI.
  • * Greaves, Brigadier C. G. B., Director of Personnel Movement, British War Office.
  • Greece , The King of. See George II.
  • Greenwood, Arthur, British Lord Privy Seal (from July 28).
  • * Greer, Major DeWitt, U. S. A., Officer in Charge, White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • Gregoriev . See Gregoryev.
  • Gregoryev, Colonel B., (Soviet) Political Adviser, Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • Grew, Joseph C., Acting Secretary of State.
  • * Gribanov, Mikhail Grigoryevich, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Grol, Milan, Deputy Prime Minister in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • * Gromyko, Andrey Andreyevich, Soviet Ambassador to the United States; Soviet Delegate, United Nations Conference on International Organization.
  • * Gross, Major General Charles P., U. S. A., member of the Joint Military Transportation Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Military Transportation Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Groves, Major General Leslie R., U. S. A., Commanding General, Manhattan District project.
  • Groza, Petru, Rumanian Prime Minister.
  • Gruenther, Major General Alfred M., U. S. A., Deputy Commander, United States Forces in Austria.
  • Gryzlov, Lieutenant General Anatoly Alexeyevich, Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff, Soviet Army.
  • * Gulick, Luther H., Adviser on Administration and Political Science, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Gusev, Fedor Tarasovich, Soviet Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Soviet Representative, European Advisory Commission; Soviet Representative, Committee on German Dismemberment (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • Gustaf V, King of Sweden.
  • * Haddon, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas, British Imperial General Staff.
  • Haile Selassie , Emperor of Ethiopia.
  • Halifax , The Earl of, British Ambassador to the United States.
  • Halsey, Admiral William F., U. S. N., Commander, United States Third Fleet.
  • * Haman, Walter A., United States Secret Service.
  • Handy, General Thomas T., U. S. A., Deputy Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • Hankey, Hon. Robert M. A., British Chargé d’Affaires in Poland.
  • * Harriman, W. Averell, Ambassador to the Soviet Union; United States Representative, Commission on the Polish Question (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • Harris, David, Assistant Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, Department of State.
  • * Harrison, Geoffrey Wedgwood, First Secretary, German Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Harrison, George L., Special Consultant to the Secretary of War; Acting Chairman, Interim Committee (on atomic energy).
  • Harrison, Leland, Minister to Switzerland.
  • Harvey, Oliver, Acting Assistant Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Hawkins, Harry, Counselor for Economic Affairs, American Embassy, London (with rank of Minister).
  • * Hayes, Major Jesse, U. S. A., pilot of the Secretary of State’s plane.
  • * Hayter, William, Acting Counsellor, Southern Department, British Foreign Office; Secretary General, British Delegation to the Berlin Conference.
  • * Heath, Donald R., Director of Political Affairs, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • Hebrang, Andrija, Minister of Industry in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Heisenberg, Werner, Director, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics, Berlin.
  • Hellenes , The King of the. See George II.
  • Helmbold, Gerald H., Assistant Deputy Administrator for Ship Operations, War Shipping Administration.
  • Henderson, Loy W., Director of Near Eastern and African Affairs, Department of State.
  • Hertz, Gustav, Chief, Research Laboratories, Siemens und Halske AG.
  • Hess, Rudolf, German Minister Without Portfolio and Representative (Stellvertreter) of Hitler (to 1941).
  • Hickerson, John D., Deputy Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State; also (July 7–August 7) Acting Director, Office of European Affairs, and Acting Chairman, State–War–Navy Coordinating Committee.
  • Hildred, Sir William, Director General of Civil Aviation, British Ministry of Civil Aviation.
  • * Hilldring, Major General John H., U. S. A., Director, Civil Affairs Division, War Department Special Staff.
  • Himmler, Heinrich, Chief of the German Police; Leader of the National Socialist Elite Guard.
  • * Hipsley, Elmer R., United States Secret Service.
  • Hirohito , Emperor of Japan.
  • Hiss, Alger, Deputy Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State (to March 18); Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State (from March 19).
  • Hitler, Adolf, Führer, Chancellor of the German Reich, and Supreme Commander of the German Armed Forces (to April 30).
  • * Hoag, Brigadier General Earl S., U. S. A., Commanding General, European Division, Air Transport Command, Army Air Forces.
  • Hodgson, Brigadier D. E. P., Head, British Military Mission to Albania.
  • * Hollis, Major-General Leslie, Senior Assistant Secretary, Office of the British War Cabinet.
  • Holman, Adrian, British Minister, Paris.
  • * Holmes, Major-General Noel Galway, Deputy Quartermaster-General (Movements), British War Office.
  • * Holmes, Robert E., United States Secret Service.
  • Hood, Viscount, Reconstruction Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Hopkins, Harry L., Adviser and Assistant to the President.
  • Horn, Edhard, Chief Engineer, Horn plant, Plauen, Germany.
  • Hornbeck, Stanley K., Ambassador to the Netherlands.
  • Horne, Vice Admiral Frederick J., U. S. N., Vice Chief of Naval Operations, 1942–1946; also Chairman, Army–Navy Petroleum Board, 1943–1945.
  • Houstoun-Boswall, W. E., British Political Representative in Bulgaria.
  • Hoxha, Colonel General Enver, Prime Minister in the Provisional Government of Albania.
  • Hoyer Millar . See Millar.
  • * Hoying, Ship’s Clerk Edwin L., U. S. N. R., Administrative Officer, White House Map Room.
  • Hubbard, Charles J., Consultant, Manhattan District project.
  • Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State, 1933–1944.
  • * Hull, Lieutenant General John E., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Hume, Major General Edgar E., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff, Civil Affairs Division, Allied Military Government, Headquarters, Fifth Army.
  • Hunt, Colonel Irvin L., U. S. A., Officer in Charge of Civil Affairs, Third Army and American Forces in Germany, 1918–1920.
  • Hurley, Major General Patrick J., U. S. A., Ambassador to China.
  • Ickes, Harold L., Administrator, Petroleum Administration for War.
  • Iran , The Shah-in-shah of. See Pahlevi.
  • * Ismay, General Sir Hastings, Chief of Staff to the British Minister of Defence.
  • Ivanov , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • * Jackson, Robert H., Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality; United States Representative, International Conference on Military Trials.
  • Jacobs, Joseph E., Chief of Mission in Albania.
  • * Jamison, Brigadier General Glen C., U. S. A., Chief, Logistics Division, Office of the Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Plans, Army Air Forces.
  • Japan , The Emperor of. See Hirohito.
  • * Jebb, Gladwyn, Head, Reconstruction Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Jerram, Cecil Bertram, British Minister to Sweden.
  • * Johnson, George H., United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Johnson, Herschel V., Minister to Sweden.
  • Jovanović, Lieutenant General Arso R., Chief of Staff, Yugoslav Army.
  • Jowitt, Sir William, British Lord Chancellor (from July 28).
  • Juin, General Alphonse-Pierre, Chief, French General Staff of National Defense.
  • Kaltenbrunner, Ernst, Chief, German Security Police.
  • Kardelj, Edvard, Second Vice President in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • * Kauffman, Richard G., United States Secret Service.
  • Kausurev . See Kozyrev.
  • * Kavtaradze, Sergey Ivanovich, Assistant People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Kearney, William T., United States Secret Service.
  • Keenlyside, F. H., Assistant Secretary, British Ministry of War Transport.
  • Keitel, Field Marshal Wilhelm, Chief, German Armed Forces High Command.
  • * Keith, Gerald, Counselor, American Embassy, Warsaw (en route to his post).
  • * Kellerman, Roy H., United States Secret Service.
  • Kennan, George F., Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in the Soviet Union.
  • * Kerr, Sir Archibald Clark, British Ambassador to the Soviet Union; British Representative, Commission on the Polish Question (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • Kessler, Brigadier General Alfred A., Jr., U. S. A., Military Attaché and Military Air Attaché, American Embassy, Stockholm.
  • Key, Major General William S., U. S. A., Chief, United States Section, Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • Keyser, Manager, Siemens–Halske plant, Gera, Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Khudyakov , Marshal of Aviation Sergey Vladimirovich, Deputy Chief, Soviet Air Staff.
  • Khydyakov . See Khudyakov.
  • Kilgore, Harley M., United States Senator from West Virginia.
  • Kilpatrick, Brigadier General John R., U. S. A., Commanding General, Army Port of Embarkation, Newport News, Virginia.
  • Kindleberger, Major Charles P., U. S. A., Washington Liaison Office, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • King, Alfred Hazell, British Acting Consul General, Salonika.
  • * King, Fleet Admiral Ernest J., U. S. N., Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, and Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Kirk, Alexander, Ambassador to Italy.
  • Kiselev, Evgeny Dmitriyevich, Soviet Political Adviser, Vienna.
  • Kissilev . See Kiselev.
  • Kistiakowsky, George B., Consultant, Manhattan District project.
  • Kleffens, Eelco N. van, Netherland Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Klieforth, A. W., Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Czechoslovakia.
  • * Koeltz, Lieutenant General Louis, Deputy Military Governor, French Zone of Occupation in Germany.
  • Koenig, Brigadier General E. F., U. S. A., Commanding General, Chanor Base Section.
  • * Koenig, General Joseph-Pierre, Commander in Chief, French Forces in Germany.
  • Kohler, Foy D., Assistant Chief, Division of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Kolchak, Vice Admiral Alexander Vasilyevich, leader of an anti-Bolshevik movement in Siberia, 1917–1920.
  • Kołodziejski, Henryk, member of the Polish National Council of the Homeland.
  • Kolshak . See Kolchak.
  • Kondoianopoulos (Kondoyannopoulos), Andreas, Nomarch of the Greek Department of Rhodope.
  • Konev , Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Stepanovich, Commander in Chief, First Ukrainian Front.
  • Koniev . See Konev.
  • Konoe . See Konoye.
  • Konoye, Prince Fumimaro, Japanese Prime Minister, 1937–1939, 1940–1941.
  • * Koretsky, Colonel M. M., an officer in the Soviet Army connected with housing and security arrangements at the Berlin Conference (not otherwise identified).
  • Kosanović, Sava, Minister of Information in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Kostylev, Mikhail Alexeyevich, Soviet Ambassador to Italy.
  • Kostov, Traicho, Secretary General, Bulgarian Communist Party.
  • Kostyushchenko , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Kousnetsov . See Kuznetsov.
  • * Kozyrev, Semen Pavlovich, Director, First European Division, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Kreiter , General, an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • * Kruglov, Colonel General Sergey Nikiforovich, First Assistant People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach, Gustav, Chairman, Managing Board, Fried. Krupp AG. (to 1943).
  • * Kucherov, Admiral Stepan Grigoryevich, Chief of Staff, Soviet Navy.
  • Kusnecov . See Kuznetsov.
  • Kuter, Major General Laurence S., U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans, Army Air Forces.
  • * Kuznetsov, Admiral of the Fleet Nikolay Gerasimovich, People’s Commissar of the Soviet Navy.
  • Kwapiński, Jan, Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Shipping and Acting Minister of Finance in the Polish Government-in-Exile at London; Representative of the Polish Government-in-Exile to the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
  • * Kyle, Colonel William H., U. S. A., Aide to the Secretary of War.
  • Labrishchev . See Lavrishchev.
  • Lacoste, Francis, French Minister, Washington; Chargé d’Affaires ad interim (July 23–August 10).
  • * Land, Vice Admiral Emory S., U. S. N. (retired), Administrator, War Shipping Administration; Chairman, United States Maritime Commission; United States Member, Combined Shipping Adjustment Boards.
  • * Lane, Arthur Bliss, Appointed Ambassador to Poland.
  • Lange, Oskar, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago.
  • Larrabee, Lieutenant Colonel Sterling L., U. S. A., Military Attaché, American Embassy, Athens.
  • Lascelles, Sir Alan, Private Secretary to King George VI.
  • Laski, Harold J., Chairman, British Labour Party.
  • * Laukhuff, Perry, Political Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Lavrentyev, Anatoly Iosifovich, People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Socialist Federated Soviet Republic.
  • * Lavrishchev, Alexander Andreyevich, Director, Division of Balkan Countries, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Lavrov , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • Lawrence, Ernest O., Consultant, Manhattan District project.
  • * Laycock, Major-General Robert Edward, British Chief of Combined Operations.
  • * Leahy, Fleet Admiral William D., U. S. N., Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy.
  • Leatham, Admiral Sir Ralph, British Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth.
  • * Leathers, Lord, British Minister of War Transport.
  • LeBreton, Rear Admiral David M., U. S. N., Commandant, Fifth Naval District; Commander, Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia.
  • * Lee, Major Alfred K., U. S. A., a dinner guest of the President at Babelsberg.
  • * Lee, Colonel Ernest R., U. S. A., Aide to the Commanding General, United States Forces, European Theater.
  • Lee, Lieutenant General John C. H., U. S. A., Commanding General, Communications Zone, European Theater.
  • Lekarsky, Lieutenant General Krum, Bulgarian Assistant Minister of War.
  • Leluk , General, chief Soviet supply officer at Vienna (not otherwise identified).
  • Levels , Lieutenant Colonel, officer in Italy (not otherwise identified).
  • Leverich, Henry P., Acting Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ley, Robert, Head of the German Labor Front.
  • * Licodo, Steward First Class Benjamin, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Lightner, E. Allan, Jr., Secretary, United States Delegation, European Advisory Commission.
  • * Lincoln, Brigadier General George A., U. S. A., Chief, Strategy and Policy Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff; member of the Joint Staff Planners, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Staff Planners, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • * List, Sergeant Eugene, U. S. A., pianist at several dinners given by the President at Babelsberg.
  • Loftus, John A., Special Assistant to the Director, Office of International Trade Policy, Department of State.
  • Łomnicky , Captain, interpreter for the Commander in Chief, Polish Second Corps (not otherwise identified).
  • Loudon, Alexander, Netherland Ambassador to the United States.
  • * Lovell, Alfred H., Jr., Third Secretary, American Embassy, Warsaw (en route to his post).
  • Lovett, Robert A., Assistant Secretary of War for Air.
  • Lozovsky, Solomon Abramovich, Acting People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Lubin, Isador, Associate United States Representative, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Lunghi, Major Hugh, British military interpreter.
  • Lupu, Nicolae, leader of the Rumanian National Peasant Party.
  • MacArthur, General of the Army Douglas, U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Army Forces, Pacific; Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area.
  • Maček, Vladimir, President, Croatian Peasant Party in Yugoslavia.
  • Machold, Reinhold, Provincial Governor of Styria.
  • Mack, William H. B., Political Adviser to the Commander in Chief, British Forces of Occupation in Austria.
  • MacLeish, Archibald, Assistant Secretary of State (for Public and Cultural Relations).
  • * Macready, Lieutenant-General Sir Gordon, Head of the Army Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington.
  • MacVeagh, Lincoln, Ambassador to Greece.
  • * Mahler, Ernst, Adviser on Industry, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Maiski . See Maisky.
  • * Maisky, Ivan Mikhailovich, Assistant People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union; Chairman, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Makins, Roger, British Minister, Washington.
  • * Mallaby, Lieutenant-Colonel G., (British Element,) Secretariat, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Mallet, Sir Victor, British Appointed Ambassador to Spain.
  • * Maloney, James J., United States Secret Service.
  • Maniu, Iuliu, President, Rumanian National Peasant Party.
  • * Maples, Rear Admiral Houston L., U. S. N., Senior Naval Officer, United States Military Mission to the Soviet Union; Naval Attaché, American Embassy, Moscow.
  • Marković, Lazar, a leader of the Yugoslav Radical Party.
  • * Marshall, General of the Army George C., U. S. A., Chief of Staff, United States Army.
  • * Marshall, J. Howard, General Counsel, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Martin, John Miller, Principal Private Secretary to the British Prime Minister, 1941–1945.
  • Massigli, René, French Ambassador to the United Kingdom; French Representative, European Advisory Commission.
  • * Matthews, H. Freeman, Director of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Matwin, Władysław, Polish Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in the Soviet Union.
  • Maximov, Mikhail, Soviet Ambassador to Iran.
  • Maxton, James, Member of the British Parliament.
  • McCabe, Thomas B., Army–Navy Liquidation Commissioner.
  • McCann, Rear Admiral Allan R., U. S. N., Commander, Task Force 68, United States Atlantic Fleet.
  • * McCarthy, Lieutenant Charles E., U. S. N., White House courier.
  • McCarthy, Colonel Charles W., U. S. A., Secretary, State–War–Navy Coordinating Committee.
  • * McCarthy, Rear Admiral E. D. B., Assistant Chief, British Naval Staff.
  • * McCloy, John J., Assistant Secretary of War.
  • McCreery, Lieutenant-General Sir Richard, Commander in Chief, British Forces of Occupation in Austria.
  • * McDill, Captain Alexander S., U. S. N., Aide to the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • * McDonald, First Lieutenant C. M., U. S. A., nephew of the Personal Physician to the President (Captain Alphonse McMahon).
  • * McFarland, Brigadier General Andrew J., U. S. A., Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff; United States Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • * McGrath, John J., Supervising Agent, New York District, United States Secret Service.
  • * McIntire, Lieutenant Colonel A. M., U. S. A., Air Transport Command, Army Air Forces.
  • * McMahon, Captain Alphonse, U. S. N. R., Personal Physician to the President.
  • McNarney, General Joseph T., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Army Forces, Mediterranean Theater; Deputy Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean Theater.
  • McNeill, Captain William H., U. S. A., Assistant Military Attaché, American Embassy, Athens.
  • Melbourne, Roy M., Acting United States Representative in Rumania.
  • Meller , President, Berlin Physical and Technical Institute, Weida, Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Merenditis, Alexander, Governor General of Northern Greece.
  • Metaxas, General John, Greek Prime Minister, 1936–1941.
  • Meyrier, Jacques, Director General of Administrative Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Michael (Mihai) I, King of Rumania.
  • Middleton, G. H., Second Secretary, British Embassy, Washington.
  • Mihailović, General Draža, leader of the Yugoslav Nationalist Guerrilla Forces.
  • * Mikołajczyk, Stanislaw, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Miles, Richard T. G., Third Secretary, British Embassy, Washington.
  • * Millar, Frederick Hoyer, Head, Western Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Millikan, M. F., Division of Ship Requirements, War Shipping Administration.
  • * Minc, Hilary, Minister of Industry in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Mironenko , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Mishshenko , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • * Mitchell, Major Nicholas A., U. S. A., Assistant to the Military Aide to the President.
  • * Modzelewski, Zygmunt, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Mohammed V, Sultan of Morocco.
  • * Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union; Soviet Representative, Commission on the Polish Question (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • * Monckton, Sir Walter, Head, British Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Monroe, Thomas, Regional Director, Combined United Kingdom and Continental Areas, War Shipping Administration.
  • * Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Bernard, Commander in Chief, British Forces of Occupation in Germany.
  • * Moore, Captain Charles J., U. S. N., Deputy Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Moran, Commodore Edmond J., U. S. N. R., Assistant Deputy Administrator for Small Vessels, War Shipping Administration.
  • * Moran, Lord, Personal Physician to the British Prime Minister.
  • Morawski . See Osóbka-Morawski.
  • Morgan, Stokeley W., Chief, Aviation Division, Department of State.
  • Morgan, Lieutenant-General W. D., (British) Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean.
  • Morgenthau, Henry, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury (to July 22).
  • Morocco , The Sultan of. See Mohammed V.
  • Morrison, Herbert, British Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (from July 28).
  • * Morse, Huntington T., Assistant to the Administrator, War Shipping Administration.
  • * Mosely, Philip E., Political Adviser to the United States Representative, European Advisory Commission.
  • * Mountbatten, Admiral Lord Louis, (British) Supreme Allied Commander, Southeast Asia.
  • * Moynihan, Corporal Eleanor, U. S. A., Telephone Operator, Amco switchboard.
  • * Murphy, Robert D., Political Adviser, Executive Office, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • Murray, Wallace, Ambassador to Iran.
  • Mussolini, Benito, Italian Prime Minister, 1922–1943.
  • * Myers, Lieutenant Colonel Henry T., U. S. A., pilot of the President’s plane.
  • Napoléon I. See Bonaparte.
  • * Navarra, Private First Class Jules, U. S. A., vocal soloist at a dinner given by the President at Babelsberg.
  • Neikov, Petur, Bulgarian Communist leader.
  • Nelson, Rear Admiral Horatio, Commander of the British Fleet at the Battle of Aboukir, 1798.
  • * Nelson, Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence, U. S. A., Chaplain, Second Armored Division.
  • * Nicholson, Edward Max, Head, Allocation of Tonnage Division, British Ministry of War Transport.
  • Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Chester W., U. S. N., Commander in Chief, United States Pacific Fleet and Pacific Ocean Areas.
  • * Nixon, Robert, representative of the International News Service in the press, radio, and photographers’ pool assigned to cover the Berlin Conference.
  • Nobel, Alfred, creator of the Nobel Foundation from which the Nobel prizes are awarded (died 1896).
  • Noel-Baker, Philip John, British Minister of State.
  • * Norstad, Major General Lauris, U. S. A., Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Plans, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.
  • * Northern, Captain Ernest M., Jr., U. S. A., Chaplain, 67th Armored Regiment.
  • * Novikov, Kirill Vasilyevich, Director, Second European Division, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union; Soviet Delegate, United Nations Conference on International Organization; Secretary, Soviet Delegation to the Berlin Conference.
  • Obbov, Alexander Christov, Secretary General, Bulgarian National Agrarian Union (Fatherland Front wing).
  • * O’Driscoll, Daniel J., United States Secret Service.
  • Offie, Carmel, Deputy Political Adviser, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta.
  • Okamoto, Suemasa, Japanese Minister to Sweden.
  • * Olivares, Chief Steward Candido, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Oliver, Covey T., Acting Chief, Division of Economic Security Controls, Department of State.
  • Onodera, Major General Makoto, Military Attaché, Japanese Legation, Stockholm.
  • Oppenheimer, J. Robert, Director, Manhattan District project laboratory, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • * Ordona, Chief Cook Celedonio, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • * Orig, Chief Cook Alfredo, U. S. N., Head Boy, President’s messman detail.
  • * Osóbka-Morawski, Edward Bolesław, Prime Minister in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • * Oster, Captain Henry R., U. S. N., Deputy Director of Logistic Plans, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
  • Otto, Archduke of Austria; pretender to the Austrian throne.
  • Oxley, Major-General W. H., Commissioner, British Military Mission in Bulgaria.
  • Paetz, Chief Engineer, Siemens–Halske plant, Gera, Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • * Page, Edward, Jr., First Secretary, American Embassy, Moscow.
  • Pahlevi, Mohammad Reza Shah, Shah-in-shah of Iran.
  • Palmer, Colonel Alan, British Military Mission to Albania.
  • * Palomaria, Chief Cook Jose, U. S. N., member of the President’s messman detail.
  • Papandreou, George, Greek Prime Minister, April–December 1944.
  • Papen, Franz von, German Ambassador to Turkey.
  • * Parks, Major General Floyd L., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Sector, Berlin District.
  • Parri, Ferruccio, Italian Prime Minister.
  • * Parten, J. R., Chief of Staff, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Pasco, Lieutenant Colonel H. Merrill, U. S. A., Assistant Secretary, War Department General Staff.
  • Pasvolsky, Leo, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • Patterson, Gardner, Treasury Representative in Southeastern Europe.
  • Patterson, Richard C., Jr., Ambassador to Yugoslavia.
  • Patterson, Robert P., Under Secretary of War.
  • * Patton, General George S., Jr., U. S. A., Commanding General, Third Army.
  • Pauker, Ana, member of the Central Committee, Rumanian Communist Party.
  • * Pauley, Edwin W., United States Representative, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Pavlov, Assen, Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture.
  • * Pavlov, Vladimir Nikolayevich, Personal Secretary and Interpreter to the Chairman, Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union.
  • * Peck, Colonel Clarence R., U. S. A., Executive Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Perkins, Lieutenant Commander Kenneth D., U. S. N., Chaplain, U. S. S. Augusta.
  • Peterson, Sir Maurice Drummond, British Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick W., Member of the British Parliament.
  • Petkov, Nikola Dimitrov, Secretary General, Bulgarian National Agrarian Union.
  • Petrov, Appolon Alexandrovich, Soviet Ambassador to China.
  • Petrov, Army General Ivan Efimovich, Chief of Staff to the Soviet Commander in Chief, First Ukrainian Front.
  • Phelps, Dudley Maynard, Acting Director, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Department of State.
  • * Philler, Master Sergeant Henry, U. S. A., White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • * Picknett, B. F., British Ministry of War Transport.
  • Piesch, Hans, Acting Governor of Carinthia.
  • Pinkerton , Lowell Call, Consul General, Jerusalem.
  • Pius XII, Pope.
  • Podobed , Colonel, Soviet officer in Italy (not otherwise identified).
  • * Podtserob, Boris Fedorovich, Secretary-Translator and Assistant to the People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Pogue, L. Welch, Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • Pope , The. See Pius XII.
  • Popiel, Karol, head of the Polish Labor Party.
  • * Portal, Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Charles, British Chief of Air Staff.
  • * Potrubach, Mikhail Mikhailovich, First Secretary, Second Class, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Potter, Charles J., Deputy Administrator, Solid Fuels Administration for War; Chairman, Combined Coal Committee, Combined Production and Resources Board.
  • * Prettyman, Chief Steward Arthur S., U. S. N., the President’s valet.
  • Prodanović, Jaša, Minister for Serbia in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Pushkin, Georgy Maximovich, Soviet Political Adviser, Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • Pyron, Brigadier General Walter B., U. S. A., Director, Planning Division, Army-Navy Petroleum Board.
  • Raczkiewicz, Wladyslaw, President of the Polish Government-in-Exile at London.
  • Raczynski, Count Edward, Ambassador of the Polish Government-in-Exile at London to the United Kingdom.
  • * Rajchman, Ludwik, Appointed Polish Delegate, Council of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration; Chairman, Polish Supply and Reconstruction Mission to North America.
  • Rákosi, Mátyas, First Secretary, Hungarian Workers Party Central Executive.
  • Rankin, Lieutenant-Colonel J. T., Liaison Section, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta.
  • * Reams, R. Borden, Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of State.
  • Reber, Samuel, Special Assistant to the Director, Office of European Affairs, Department of State.
  • * Redecker, Sydney B., Political Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Reed, Captain Arthur D., U. S. A., Civil Affairs Division, Headquarters, United States Sector, Berlin District.
  • Reinstein, Jacques J., Acting Chief, Division of Financial Affairs, Department of State.
  • Renner, Karl, Federal Chancellor in the Provisional Government of Austria.
  • Rhee, Syngman, Chairman, Korean Commission, Washington.
  • Ribbentrop, Joachim von, German Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • * Riddleberger, James W., Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, Department of State.
  • Ridley, Major General Clarence S., U. S. A., Chief, United States Mission to the Iranian Army.
  • * Rigdon, Lieutenant William M., U. S. N., Administrative Assistant to the Naval Aide to the President.
  • * Riggs, Colonel Theodore S., U. S. A., member of the Joint Logistics Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and of the Combined Administrative Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Roberts, Frank, British Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in the Soviet Union.
  • Rogozhin, Colonel Anatoly Ivanovich, leader of a corps of Russian troops which fought under German command in Yugoslavia in World War II.
  • * Rokossovsky, Marshal of the Soviet Union Konstantin Konstantinovich, Commander, Second White Russian Army.
  • * Rola-Zymierski, Marshal Michal, Minister of National Defense in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • * Romagna, Jack, Liaison Representative, The White House.
  • Ronald, Nigel, Acting Assistant Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., President of the United States, 1933–April 12, 1945.
  • * Rosato, Chief Warrant Officer Frank J., U. S. A., Conductor, Berlin District Army Band.
  • Rosenberg, Alfred, National Leader (Reichsleiter) and Head of the Office of Foreign Affairs, National Socialist German Workers Party, 1933–1940; German Minister for the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941–1944.
  • * Rosenman, Samuel I., Special Counsel to the President.
  • Rosenson, Alexander M., Economic Adviser, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Ross, Charles G., Secretary to the President.
  • * Ross, Captain John B., U. S. A., son of the Secretary to the President.
  • Ross, John C., Deputy Director, Office of Special Political Affairs, Department of State.
  • * Rowan, Leslie, Principal Private Secretary to the British Prime Minister.
  • * Rowley, James J., United States Secret Service.
  • Royen, Jan Herman van, Netherland Minister Without Portfolio.
  • * Rubin, Seymour J., Chief, Division of Economic Security Controls, Department of State, detailed to the United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Rueff, Jacques, French Inspector General of Finances; Chief, French Economic Commission for German Affairs.
  • Rumania , The King of. See Michael I.
  • * Rusk, Colonel Howard A., U. S. A., Chief, Convalescent Services Division, Office of the Air Surgeon, Army Air Forces.
  • * Russell, Donald, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State.
  • * Rzymowski, Wincenty, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Sabourov . See Saburov.
  • * Saburov, Maxim Zakharovich, Assistant to the Chief, Soviet Military Administration in Germany.
  • Sadr, Mohsen, Iranian Prime Minister.
  • Saed . See Sa’id.
  • Sa’id-Maraghah’i, Mohammad, Iranian Prime Minister, March–November 1944.
  • Saito . See Sato.
  • Saka, Hasan, Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Saksin, Georgy Filippovich, Acting Soviet Representative, European Advisory Commission.
  • Salazar, António de Oliveira, President of the Portuguese Council of Ministers; Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Saracoğlu, Şükrü, Turkish Prime Minister.
  • Sargent, Sir Orme, Deputy Under-Secretary of State, British Foreign Office.
  • Sarper, Selim, Turkish Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • Sato, Naotake, Japanese Ambassador to the Soviet Union.
  • Satterthwaite, Livingston, Civil Air Attaché, American Embassy, London.
  • Saugstad, Jesse E., Chief, Shipping Division, Department of State.
  • Saunders–Jacobs, Brigadier J. C., (British) Commander, Fifth Indian Infantry Brigade, in Greece.
  • Sawyer, Charles, Ambassador to Belgium; Minister to Luxembourg.
  • Sawyer, Mrs. Charles, wife of the Ambassador to Belgium.
  • Schacht, Hjalmar, German Minister of Finance.
  • * Schade, Commodore Henry A., U. S. N., Chief, United States Naval Technical Mission in Europe.
  • Scheibe , Head of the Laboratory, Berlin Physical and Technical Institute, Weida, Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Schermerhorn, Willem, Netherland Prime Minister.
  • Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur, United States Representative in Hungary.
  • Schuyler, Brigadier General Cortland T. Van R., U. S. A., Chief, United States Military Representation, Allied Control Commission for Rumania.
  • Schwarzkopf, Lieutenant Colonel H. Norman, U. S. A., Commander, United States Military Mission to the Iranian Gendarmerie.
  • Scobie, Lieutenant-General Sir Ronald, British General Officer Commanding in Greece.
  • Sébastiani , General of Division Horace-Frangois-Bastien, French Ambassador to Turkey, 1806–1807.
  • * Semenov, Vladimir Semenovich, Counselor, Soviet Embassy, Stockholm.
  • Sepahbodi, Anoshiravan, Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes , The King of the. See Alexander I.
  • Seymour, Sir Horace, British Ambassador to China.
  • Sforza, Count Carlo, Italian High Commissioner for Punishment of Illegal Acts Under Fascism and Minister Without Portfolio, 1944.
  • Shantz, Harold, Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Yugoslavia.
  • * Sherman, Lieutenant C. D., U. S. A., Air Transport Command, Army Air Forces.
  • Shinwell, Emanuel, Member of the British Parliament.
  • Shmega , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Germany (not otherwise identified).
  • Sikorski, General of the Armies Wladyslaw, Polish Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Polish Armies, 1939–1943.
  • * Sinclair, Sir Robert, Chief Executive, British Ministry of Production.
  • Skoropadski . See Skoropadsky.
  • Skoropadsky, General Pavlo, self-styled Hetman of the Ukraine.
  • * Slavin, Lieutenant General Nikolay Vasilyevich, Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Soviet Army.
  • Slipchenko , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • * Smith, Merriman, representative of the United Press in the press, radio, and photographers” pool assigned to cover the Berlin Conference.
  • Snyder, John W., Federal Loan Administrator (to July 22); Director of War Mobilization and Reconversion (from July 23).
  • Sobelev . See Sobolev.
  • * Sobolev, Arkady Alexandrovich, Chief, Political Section, Soviet Military Administration in Germany.
  • Sobonev . See Sobolev.
  • Sofianopolous . See Sophianopoulos.
  • Sofianopoulos . See Sophianopoulos.
  • Solborg, Colonel Robert A., U. S. A., Military Attaché, American Embassy, Lisbon.
  • * Somervell, General Brehon B., U. S. A., Commanding General, Army Service Forces.
  • Somerville, Admiral Sir James, Head of the Admiralty Delegation, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington.
  • Sommers, Major Davidson, U. S. A., Assistant Executive, Office of the Assistant Secretary of War.
  • Soong, T. V., Chinese Prime Minister; also (to July 30) Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Sophianopoulos, Ioannis, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • * Spicer, Vernon D., United States Secret Service.
  • * Sproul, Robert G., Adviser on Human Relations, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • Stainoff . See Stainov.
  • Stainov, Petko, Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cults.
  • * Stalin, Generalissimo Iosif Vissarionovich, Chairman, Council of People’s Commissars of the Soviet Union; People’s Commissar for Defense.
  • Stamboliisky . See Stambolisky.
  • Stamboliski . See Stambolisky.
  • Stambolisky, Assen, member of the General Committee, Bulgarian National Agrarian Union.
  • * Stańczyk, Jan, Minister of Labor and Social Welfare in the Polish Provisional Government of National Unity.
  • Stanojević, Aca, President, Yugoslav Radical Party.
  • Stark, Admiral Harold R., U. S. N., Commander, United States Naval Forces, Europe; Commander, Twelfth Fleet.
  • Stassen, Commander Harold E., U. S. N. R., United States Delegate, United Nations Conference on International Organization.
  • Stein, Baron Heinrich vom und zum, Prussian Minister in charge of all civil affairs, 1807–1808.
  • Stetson, Colonel John B., Jr., U. S. A., Commissioner, Office of the Joint Army–Navy Liquidation Board, Persian Gulf Command.
  • Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., Secretary of State (to June 27); Personal Representative of the President (from June 28); Chairman, United States Delegation, United Nations Conference on International Organization (April 17–June 26).
  • Stevenson, Air Vice Marshal Donald, British High Commissioner in Rumania.
  • Stevenson, R. C. Skrine, British Ambassador to Yugoslavia.
  • * Stimson, Henry L., Governor General of the Philippines, 1927–1929; Secretary of War, 1911–1913, 1940–September 1945.
  • Stirbey, Prince Barbu, Rumanian Prime Minister, 1927–1930; head of the Rumanian Armistice Commission at Moscow, 1944.
  • Stone, Rear Admiral Ellery W., U. S. N. R., Chief Commissioner, Allied Commission (for Italy).
  • * Stone, Colonel John N., U. S. A., Chief, Pacific Branch, Operational Plans Division, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.
  • * Stoner, Chief Warrant Officer Frank G., U. S. A., White House Signal Corps Detachment.
  • Stoyanov, Christo, member of the Executive Committee, Bulgarian National Agrarian Union (Fatherland Front wing).
  • * Strang, Sir William, Political Adviser to the Commander in Chief, British Forces of Occupation in Germany.
  • Streicher, Julius, District Leader (Gauleiter) for Franconia, German National Socialist German Workers Party.
  • * Stroop, Captain Paul D., U. S. N., Aviation Plans Officer on the Staff of the Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
  • Šubašić, Ivan, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia,
  • Sumer, Nurullah Esat, Turkish Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Surtees, Major-General George, Commanding General, British Base and Lines of Communications, in Belgium.
  • Susaicov . See Susaikov.
  • Susaikov, Colonel General Ivan Zakharovich, (Soviet) Deputy Chairman, Allied Control Commission for Rumania.
  • Šutej, Juraj, Minister Without Portfolio in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia.
  • Suzuki, Admiral Baron Kantaro, Japanese Prime Minister.
  • Sweden , The King of. See Gustaf V.
  • Swinton, Viscount, British Minister for Civil Aviation.
  • Szakasits, Arpad, President, Hungarian Social Democratic Party.
  • Szalai, Sándor, Chief, Foreign Department, Hungarian Social Democratic Party.
  • Szent-Iványi, Sándor, Administrative Vice President, Hungarian Citizens Democratic Party.
  • * Szostek, Corporal Charlotte, U. S. A., Telephone Operator, Amco switchboard.
  • Taft, Charles P., Director, Office of Transport and Communications Policy, Department of State.
  • Tappin, Lieutenant Colonel John L., U. S. A., Chief, Liaison Section, Allied Force Headquarters, Caserta.
  • Tarchiani, Alberto, Italian Ambassador to the United States.
  • Tatarescu, Gheorghe, Rumanian Deputy Prime Minister; Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • * Taylor, Captain Edmund B., U. S. N., Aide to the Secretary of the Navy.
  • * Taylor, Chief Pharmacist’s Mate Preston C., U. S. N., detailed as Assistant to the Personal Physician to the President.
  • Teleki, Count Géza, leader of the Hungarian Citizens Democratic Party.
  • * Theakstone, Major Louis Marguarde, (British) Interpreter to the Secretariat, Combined Chiefs of Staff.
  • Thiessen, Peter, Director, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Berlin.
  • Thomas, Charles A., Consultant, Manhattan District project.
  • Thomas, Edward J., Assistant Communications Officer, Office of Foreign Service Administration, Department of State.
  • * Thomas, Private John R., Jr., U. S. A., nephew of the Personal Physician to the President (Captain Alphonse McMahon).
  • * Thompson, Commander C. R., Personal Assistant to the British Minister of Defence.
  • * Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr., Second Secretary (First Secretary from July 23), American Embassy, London.
  • Thorne, General Sir Andrew, (British) General Officer Commanding in Chief, Allied Land Forces in Norway.
  • Thorp, Willard L., Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
  • * Tiernan, Colonel L. Curtis, U. S. A., Chief of Chaplains, European Theater.
  • Tindall, Brigadier General Richard G., U. S. A., Military Attaché, American Embassy, London.
  • Tischler, Josef, member of the Provincial Government of Carinthia.
  • Tito, Marshal (Josip Broz), Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense in the Provisional Government of Yugoslavia; Supreme Commander, Yugoslav Army.
  • Tittmann, Harold H., Jr., Assistant to the Personal Representative of the President to Pope Pius XII.
  • Togo, Shigenori, Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Tomlinson, George, Member of the British Parliament.
  • * Torina, Michael W., United States Secret Service.
  • Toyoda, Admiral Soemu, Chief of Staff, Japanese Imperial Navy.
  • * Trone, Solomon, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Truman, Sergeant Harry, U. S. A., nephew of the President.
  • * Truman, Harry S., Vice President of the United States (January 20–April 12); President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy (from April 12).
  • Truman, J. Vivian, brother of the President.
  • Tsamados, Michael, Greek Under Minister for Foreign Affairs.
  • * Tsarapkin, Semen Konstantinovich, Director, United States Division, People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • * Turner, Mark, Principal Assistant Secretary, Economic Advisory Branch, British Foreign Office, detailed to the British Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Tuthill, John Wills, Political Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).
  • * Tyree, Commander John A., Jr., U. S. N., Assistant Naval Aide to the President.
  • Umezu, General Yoshijiro, Chief of Staff, Japanese Imperial Army.
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The King of. See George VI.
  • * Vacarro, Ernest, representative of the Associated Press in the press, radio, and photographers’ pool assigned to cover the Berlin Conference.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H., United States Senator from Michigan.
  • * Vardaman, Captain James K., Jr., U. S. N. R., Naval Aide to the President.
  • * Vardaman, First Lieutenant James M., U. S. A., nephew of the Naval Aide to the President.
  • Varela Iglesias, Lieutenant General José Enrique, High Commissioner of Spanish Morocco.
  • Vasilyevsky , Marshal of the Soviet Union Alexander Mikhailovich, Commander in Chief, Soviet Far Eastern Forces.
  • Vassilievski . See Vasilyevsky.
  • Vassilios , Metropolitan of Florina, Greece.
  • * Vaughan, Brigadier General Harry H., U. S. A., Military Aide to the President.
  • Velchev, Colonel Damian, Adviser to the Bulgarian Prime Minister, 1935.
  • Venizelos, Eleftherios, Greek Prime Minister, 1910–1915, 1915, 1917–1920, 1924, 1928–1932, 1932, 1933.
  • Villard, Henry S., Chief, Division of African Affairs, Department of State; United States Representative, Paris Conversations Concerning Tangier.
  • * Vincent, John Carter, Chief, Division of Chinese Affairs, Department of State.
  • Vinogradov, Sergey Alexandrovich, Soviet Ambassador to Turkey.
  • Vinogradov, Lieutenant General Vladislav Petrovich, (Soviet) Chief of Staff, Allied Control Commission for Rumania.
  • Vishinski . See Vyshinsky.
  • Vlasov, Lieutenant General Andrey Andreyevich, organizer of the “Russian Army of Liberation” (an anti-Soviet military force under German auspices).
  • Voroshilov , Marshal of the Soviet Union Kliment Efremovich, Chairman, Allied Control Commission for Hungary.
  • Voskresentev , an alleged participant in anti-Soviet activities in Austria (not otherwise identified).
  • Voulgaris, Admiral Petros, Greek Prime Minister.
  • Vyshinski . See Vyshinsky.
  • * Vyshinsky, Andrey Yanuaryevich, Assistant People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union.
  • Wadsworth, George, Minister to Lebanon and Syria.
  • * Waley, Sir David, Under-Secretary, British Treasury, detailed to the British Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Walker, John H., United States Secret Service.
  • Wang Shih-chieh, Chinese Minister of Information (to July 30); Minister of Foreign Affairs (from July 30).
  • Warburg, Otto, Director, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Cell Physiology, Berlin.
  • * Ward, J. G., Acting First Secretary, Reconstruction Department, British Foreign Office.
  • Warner, Edward, Vice Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board.
  • * Waters, Edmund J., United States Secret Service.
  • Wedemeyer, Lieutenant General Albert C., U. S. A., Commanding General, United States Forces, China Theater; Chief of Staff to the Supreme Commander, China Theater.
  • * Weeks, Lieutenant-General Sir Ronald, Deputy Military Governor and Chief of Staff, British Zone of Occupation in Germany.
  • * Weir, Albert R., United States Secret Service.
  • * Weston, W. G., British Ministry of War Transport.
  • * Whiteus, Corporal Mary, U. S. A., Telephone Operator, Amco switchboard.
  • Wilhelm , Prince Imperial of Germany and Crown Prince of Prussia, 1888–1918.
  • Willson, Vice Admiral Russell, U. S. N., member of the Joint Strategic Survey Committee, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Wilson, Edwin C., Ambassador to Turkey.
  • * Wilson, Field Marshal Sir Henry Maitland, Head, British Joint Staff Mission, Washington.
  • Winant, John G., Ambassador to the United Kingdom; United States Representative, European Advisory Commission; United States Representative, Committee on German Dismemberment (established by the Yalta Conference).
  • Winterbottom, John J., Director, Tanker Allocations, War Shipping Administration.
  • Winterton, Major-General John, British Deputy Commissioner, Allied Control Commission for Austria.
  • * Wise, Colonel John S., U. S. A., Staff Officer, Theater (Operations) Group, Operations Division, War Department General Staff.
  • Wolf, Justin R., Washington Liaison Representative, United States Delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations.
  • * Woodward, Lieutenant Colonel Harper L., U. S. A., Administrative Officer, Advisory Council to the Commanding General, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.
  • Wu, K. C., Chinese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  • Yakovlev, Colonel Pavel G., Soviet repatriation agent in Italy.
  • Yale, William, Area Specialist, Division of Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State.
  • Yemashev . See Yumashev.
  • Yonai, Admiral Mitsumasa, Japanese Minister of Navy.
  • Yordanov, Georgy Ilchev, member of the General Committee, Bulgarian National Agrarian Union.
  • * Yost, Charles W., Executive Secretary, Central Secretariat, Department of State; Secretary General, United States Delegation to the Berlin Conference.
  • Yugoslavia , The King of. See Alexander I.
  • Yugov, Anton, Bulgarian Minister of the Interior.
  • Yumashev, Admiral Ivan Stepanovich, Commander in Chief, Soviet Pacific Fleet.
  • Yurdonov . See Yordanov.
  • Zacharias, Captain Ellis M., U. S. N., Office of Public Information, Navy Department.
  • Zakinthinos, Dionysios, Greek Under Secretary of the Press.
  • Zakynthinos . See Zakinthinos.
  • * Zebrowski, Tadeusz, Acting Director, Political Department, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • * Zhukov, Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Konstantinovich, Chief, Soviet Military Administration in Germany; Commander in Chief, Soviet Forces of Occupation in Germany.
  • * Zink, Major Harold, U. S. A., Political Division, United States Group, Control Council (Germany).