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Manuscrits 687 to 720). These are from the period 1874-77, and classified chronologically. The archive of the Foreign Ministry has a collection of papers handed over to the Ministry at the personal request of Freycinet (ref. Fonds nominatifs, no. 54). The collection includes reports of the diplomatic agents of the French minister in Vienna above all, but also of agents in Rome, Berlin and Constantinople. There are also typed copies of letters sent to the principal diplomatic agents of the period, and a few notes.
DE GROOTE, Paul (b. 1862) Belgian diplomat. Joined the Foreign Ministry 1884 and posted to Belgrade 1886, then Yokohama 1888-95, Constantinople, The Hague and Tehran. In 1903 he was sent to Athens, then Copenhagen. Belgian minister in Berne 1910-17, when he left office after a disagreement with foreign minister Charles de Broqueville. Member of the Ukrainian delegation to the peace conference 1919, as financial adviser. Joined the foreign ministry again 1920, posted to Lima 1921, to Stockholm 1925-28, where he was responsible for negotiating arrangements for the marriage between Leopold III and Princess Astrid of Sweden.
Consul-General, then Minister, in Algiers, 1943. Political Adviser, Polish Military Mission at SHAEF 1944--45. Liaison Officer, Civilian Affairs, Allied General Headquarters in Italy. A very extensive collection of papers, covering the period 1939-44, has been deposited in the Polish Institute, London. There is material on his diplomatic and military duties in Algiers and Italy, correspondence with Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland and some family correspondence. CZERNIN und zu CHUDENITZ, Ottokar Count (1872-1932) Austro-Hungarian diplomat and politician.