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1939 – Born on November 1st in Tulsa, Oklahoma. American diplomat. 1963 – He was the Projects Officer of the Special Information Project on Cuba. 1990-1993 – Became the U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay.          – He became the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs and Special Adviser for International Security Affairs. 1998 – He ..

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1898 – He was born in Baltimore, Md. on the 12th of February. 1924-1925 – He served in the US Army during World War I; member of Maryland state house of delegates. 1939-1940 – He was member of Virginia state house of delegates. 1949 – He served in the US Army during World War II; ..

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1928 – Born on August 4th in Virginia, Liberia. Liberian lawyer and diplomat. 1949 – Earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in social science from Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina. 1952 – Received a Bachelor of Law degree and a Master of Science degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin. 1953 – She ..

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1814 – He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 2nd of January. 1831 – He graduated at Rutgers College. 1835 – He was admitted to the bar in New York City. 1837 – He devoted himself principally to the study of American colonial history. 1839 – He obtained an appointment as attaché of the ..

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1941 – Born on September 30th in Hartford, Connecticut. American politician. 1983 – Became the U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands. 1989 – He was the manging director of Kissinger Associates. 2003 – Named the new U.S. administrator of occupied Iraq by President George W. Bush on May 6th, five days after the president had declared ..

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1904 – Brentano was born in Offenbach, Hesse on the 6th of June. 1949 – He was one of the founders of the CDU in Hesse and was a member of the German parliament. 1955-1961 – He was Foreign Minister of Germany.          – He was an important figure in the foundation of the ..

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1862 – Born on March 28th in Nantes, France. 1901-1902 – He became secretary-general of the French Socialist Party and was elected to Chamber of Deputies. 1904 – He joined with Jean Jaurés to establish the left-wing newspaper, L’Humanité. 1909 – Briand became prime minister and horrified his former socialist colleagues when he broke up ..

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1934 – Born on January 1st in Algeria. Algerian diplomat. 1950-1960 – He was educated in both countries, and he participated in Algeria’s struggle for independence from France as a diplomatic representative of the National Liberation Front (FLN) in Southeast Asia. 1970 – Continued his role as foreign ambassador, he represented independent Algeria within Egypt, ..

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1922 – Born in Cairo on the 14th of November. 1946 – He graduated from Cairo University. 1949 – He earned a Ph.D. in international law from the University of Paris as well as a diploma in international relations from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris. 1954-1955 – He was a Fulbright Research Scholar at ..

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1865 – Born on March 29th in Baltimore, Maryland. American diplomat and journalist. 1885 – He became the international correspondent of the New York Herald. 1897 – He wrote "The Real Condition of Cuba". 1910 – He became the international correspondent of the New York Times. 1912 – He wrote "The American Mediterranean". 1944 – ..

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