LIST OF IMPORTANT PERSONS MENTIONED IN THE DIPLOMATIC
CORRESPONDENCE PUBLISHED BY THE EUROPEAN GOVERN-
MENTS CONCERNING THE WAR
Aldringen, Count Clary und, Austro-Hungarian Minister to the Netherlands.
Alexander, Prince Regent of Serbia.
Allizé, M., French Minister at Munich, Germany.
d'Apchier-le-Maugin, French Consul-General at Budapest, Austria-Hungary.
Avarna, Duke d’, Italian Ambassador to Austria-Hungary.
Bapst, M., French Minister to Denmark.
Barrere, M., French Ambassador to Italy.
Benckendorff, Count, Russian Ambassador to Great Britain.
Berchtold, Count, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Austria-Hungary.
Berthelot, M., Political Director of France.
Bertie, Sir Francis, British Ambassador to France.
Bethmann-Hollweg, Dr. von, Imperial Chancellor of Germany.
Beyens, Baron, Belgian Minister to Germany.
Bienvenu-Martin, M., Minister of Justice and Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs
Bompard, M., French Ambassador to Turkey.
Boppe, M., French Minister to Serbia.
Boschkovitch, M., Serbian Minister to Great Britain.
Bronefsky, M., Russian Chargé d'Affaires at Berlin.
Buch, Herr von, German Minister to Luxemburg.
Buchanan, Sir George, British Ambassador to Russia.
Bunsen, Sir Maurice de, British Ambassador to Austria-Hungary.
Cambon, M. Jules, French Ambassador to Germany.
Cambon, M. Paul, French Ambassador to Great Britain.
Chelius, von, General, German honorary aide de camp to the Czar.
Chevalley, M., French Minister to Norway. .
Crackanthorpe, Mr., First Secretary of the British Legation at Belgrade.
Davignon, M., Minister for Foreign Affairs of Belgium.
Delcassé, M., Minister for Foreign Affairs of France.
Doumergue, M., Minister for Foreign Affairs of France.
Dudzeele, Count Errembault de, Belgian Minister to Austria-Hungary.
Dumaine, M., French Ambassador to Austria-Hungary.
Elst, Baron van der, Secretary-General of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Belgium.
Etter, M. de, Counsellor of the Russian Embassy at London.
Eyschen, M., President of the Government of Luxemburg.
Fallon, Baron, Belgian Minister to the Netherlands.
Farges, M., French Consul-General at Basle, Swilzerland.
Fleuriau, M. de, French Chargé d'Affaires at London.