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Diplomatic Representation for Grand Duchy of Luxembourg


Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
September 19, 2012
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DATE

NAME/MISSION

   
October 20, 1920 LEGATION OPENED – Listed as Luxemburg
   
October 20, 1920 Baron Raymond D. Waha, Charge d'Affaires (NOT a.i.)
   
July 1931 List Listed as Luxembourg
   
July 1933 List LEGATION REMOVED
   
May 1940 List LEGATION REPLACED - listed as Luxemburg
   
April 3, 1940 Hugues Le Gallais, Charge d'Affaires (NOT a.i.)
   
October 30, 1940 Hugues Le Gallais, Appt. E.E. and M.P.
November 8, 1940 E.E. and M.P.
   
July 1941 List Listed as Luxembourg
   
November 8, 1955 LEGATION RAISED TO EMBASSY
   
November 1, 1955 Hugues Le Gallais, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
November 8, 1955 Amb. E. and P.
   
October 6, 1958 Georges Heisbourg, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
October 31, 1958 Amb. E. and P.
   
June 4, 1964 Sebastian Maurice Steinmetz, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
July 7, 1964 Amb. E. and P.
   
September 10, 1969 Jean Wagner, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
October 2, 1969 Amb. E. and P.
   
October 15, 1974 Adrien F. J. Meisch, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
November 29, 1974 Amb. E. and P.
   
June 28, 1983 Paul Peters, Appt, Amb. E. and P,
July 12, 1983 Amb. E. and P.
   
February 20, 1987 Andre Philippe, Appt
May 11, 1987 Amb E. and P.
   
October 25, 1991 Alphonse Berns, appt
November 24, 1991 Amb E. and P.
   
August 25, 1998 Arlette Conzemius-Paccoud, Appt.
September 10, 1998 Amb. E. and P.
   
November 7, 2005 Joseph Weyland, Appt.
December 2, 2005 Amb. E. and P.
   
August 18, 2008 Jean-Paul E. Senninger, Appt.
September 17, 2008 Amb. E. and P.
   
September 11, 2012 Jean-Louis Wolzfeld, Appt.
September 19, 2012 Amb. E. and P.

 

Special Terms*
[Amb.] E.E. and M.P.= Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
[Charge d'Affaires] a.i.= ad interim
Amb. E. & P. = Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary



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