Dulles, John Foster - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1922
Served as the Director of Central Intelligence from (1953-1961), 52nd United States Secretary of State (1953-1959), United States Senator from New York (July 7, 1949 – November 8, 1949).
Joined the New York City law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell after graduating from George Washington University Law School.
John Foster Dulles served on the War Industries Board during World War I and he was a U.S. legal counsel at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. He became a member of the League of Free Nations Association, which supported American membership in the League of Nations. Dulles also helped design the Dawes Plan, which sought to stabilize Europe by reducing German war reparations.
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