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Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959


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    • found: His The Panama canal controversy between Great Britain and the United States, 1913.
    • found: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, via WWW, August 7, 2013(Dulles, John Foster (1888-1959); a Senator from New York; born in Washington, D.C., February 25, 1888; attended the public schools of Watertown, N.Y.; graduated from Princeton University in 1908; attended the Sorbonne, Paris, in 1908 and 1909; graduated from the law school of George Washington University, Washington, D.C., in 1911; admitted to the bar and commenced the practice of law in New York City in 1911; special agent for Department of State in Central America in 1917; during the First World War served as a captain and a major in the United States Army Intelligence Service, 1917-1918; assistant to chairman, War Trade Board, 1918; counsel to American Commission to Negotiate Peace, 1918-1919; member of Reparations Commission and Supreme Economic Council, 1919; legal adviser, Polish Plan of Financial Stabilization, 1927; American representative, Berlin Debt Conferences, 1933; member, United States delegation, San Francisco Conference on World Organization, 1945; adviser to Secretary of State at Council of Foreign Ministers in London 1945, Moscow and London 1947, and Paris 1949; representative to the General Assembly of the United Nations, 1946-1949 and chairman of the United States delegation in Paris 1948; trustee of Rockefeller Foundation; chairman of the board, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; member of the New York State Banking Board, 1946-1949; appointed on July 7, 1949 as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Robert F. Wagner and served from July 7, 1949 to November 8, 1949, when a duly elected successor qualified; unsuccessful candidate for election to the vacancy; United States representative to the Fifth General Assembly of the United Nations, 1950; consultant to the Secretary of State, 1951-1952; appointed Secretary of State by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953-1959; died in Washington, D.C., May 24, 1959; interment in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.)
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