From Hitler's Doorstep: The Wartime Intelligence Reports of Allen Dulles, 1942-1945

By Neal H. Petersen; Allen Welsh Dulles | Go to book overview

Certain Persons Residing in or Visiting Switzerland, 1942-1945
*Indicates U.S. government official
Abegg, Lilian (Lili)Writer-journalist in Zurich suspected of being a Nazi;
spy.
Abegg, Dr. WilhelmFormer Home Secretary of the State of Prussia; pro-
vided information to the U.S. Consulate in Zurich.
Airey, Major GeneralIntelligence Chief, Allied Forces in the Mediterranean;
Terence S.British; visited Switzerland during Operation Sunrise.
AlessandriniCounselor of the Italian Legation in Bern.
Alfieri, DinoItalian Ambassador to Germany, 1939-43; fled to
Switzerland in October 1943; interned at Lugano.
* Altaffer, Maurice W.American Consul, Zurich.
AnastasiuFirst Secretary of the Rumanian Legation in Bern.
Antoine [code name]A French resistance representative; corresponded with
Eva (code name) in the United States.
Auboin, RogerGeneral Manager, Bank of International Settlements,
Basel.
Bachman, GustaveSuspected Nazi spy.
Backes, GertEmployee of the German Legation in Bern.
Baechtold, PaulChief of the Swiss Police Bureau for foreigners.
Bakach-Bessenyey, BaronHungarian Minister in Bern, 1943-45.
George
Bally, ErnestCousin of Max Bally.
Bally, MaxA Swiss shoe manufacturer; corresponded with Dulles.
Bancroft, MaryAmerican socialite married to Jean Rufenacht, a Swiss;
friend and associate of Allen Dulles; helped to translate
Gisevius manuscript; resident of Zurich; aka Mrs.
Pestalozzi.

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