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US Ambassador to Czechoslovakia

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

US Ambassador to Czechoslovakia. See also US Ambassador to Czechia and US Ambassador to Slovakia.

11-Jun-1919
05-Dec-1921
Richard Crane  
20-Dec-1921
01-Feb-1930
Lewis Einstein  
02-May-1930
13-May-1932
Abraham C. Ratshesky  
07-Sep-1933
30-Nov-1933
Francis White  
25-Oct-1934
01-Jun-1937
J. Butler Wright  
16-Sep-1937
06-Apr-1939
Wilbur J. Carr Germany occupies Praha 15-Mar-1939
28-Oct-1941
01-Dec-1943
Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Jr. Resident at London
May-1945
Jul-1945
Alfred W. Klieforth Interim; Embassy reestablished at Praha 29-May-1945
20-Jul-1945
19-Sep-1948
Laurence A. Steinhardt  
05-Jan-1949
12-Oct-1949
Joseph E. Jacobs  
08-Nov-1949
27-Aug-1952
Ellis O. Briggs  
29-Dec-1952
30-Oct-1953
George Wadsworth  
31-Dec-1953
29-Dec-1957
U. Alexis Johnson  
24-Apr-1958
04-May-1960
John M. Allison  
16-Sep-1960
06-May-1961
Christian M. Ravnda  
28-Jul-1961
22-Oct-1962
Edward T. Wailes  
03-Jan-1963
01-Aug-1966
Outerbridge Horsey  
31-Aug-1966
05-Mar-1969
Jacob D. Beam  
31-Jul-1969
11-Oct-1971
Malcolm Toon  
15-Mar-1972
29-Jul-1975
Albert W. Sherer, Jr.  
23-Jun-1976
15-Nov-1978
Thomas R. Byrne  
30-May-1979
20-Oct-1980
Francis J. Meehan  
11-Nov-1981
20-Sep-1983
Jack Matlock  
29-Dec-1983
11-Mar-1986
William H. Luers  
02-Oct-1986
07-Jul-1989
Julian M. Niemczyk  
23-Aug-1989
12-Jul-1992
Shirley Temple  
20-Jul-1992
31-Dec-1992
Adrian A. Basora Continued as US Ambassador to Czechia



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