1889 – Born on the 23rd of July in Bassillac, France. A leader in the French Radical-Socialist Party and minister of foreign affairs immediately preceding World War II, who was a prominent supporter of appeasement of Nazi Germany. – Bonnet studied at the Sorbonne, graduating in law and political science. – His marriage ..
1903 – Born on May 22nd in New York, New York County, New York. He was a career diplomat and the last United States Ambassador to Cuba. – His father was Stephen Bonsal, a well-known Far Eastern correspondent. 1955 – He became U.S. ambassador to Colombia. 1957 – Served as U.S. ambassador to ..
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 – ..
1904 – Charles Eustis Bohlen was born on the 30th of August. 1927 – Graduated from Harvard College. 1929-1969 – He was a United States diplomat and Soviet expert, serving in Moscow. 1934 – He joined the staff of the embassy in Moscow. 1940-1941 – Worked in the American Embassy in Tokyo. 1943-1945 – He ..
1823 – Boker was born in Philadelphia, on the 6th of October, to Charles S. Boker, a wealthy banker. 1840 – He was educated in private schools, and entering Princeton. 1848 – He published his first volume of verse, "The Lessons of Life, and other Poems." 1855 – He wrote play "Francesca da Rimini". 1860 ..
1545 – Born on the 2nd of March at Exeter, England in the second last year of the reign of Henry VIII. His father, John Bodley, was a Protestant merchant who went to live abroad rather than stay in England under the Catholic regime of Mary. – He attended lectures given by John Calvin ..
1938 – Born on the 2nd of May in St. Louis, Missouri. American diplomat. – Finished magna cum laude of B.A. degree at Dartmouth College. – Graduated and received his M.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan. 1977 – Became the U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Bolivia. 1980-1983 – ..
1916 – Born on the 13th of March in Brunswick Plantation, Louisiana. American politician and Representative from Louisiana. – Great, great grandniece of John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne. 1935 – Attended and received her B.A. from Sophie Newcomb College at Tulane University in New Orleans. 1938 – Married to Thomas Hale Boggs, Sr. on ..
1928 – Born on the 28th of June in Uppsala, Sweden. Swedish diplomat and arms control administrator. – Studied at Uppsala University and Columbia University, earning his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. 1959 – Graduated in International Law at the University of Stockholm, and was appointed Associate Professor. 1961-1981 – Served on the ..
1837 – Born near Clinton, Jones County, Georgia, on the 12th of September. – Attended private schools in Jones County, Georgia and in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 1858 – Graduated from the University of Georgia at Athens. 1859 – Studied law and was admitted to the Georgia bar. – During the American Civil War he ..