List of Governors of Dependent Territories in the 20th Century
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List of Governors of Dependent Territories in the 20th Century
Territorial governors in the 19th century - Territorial governors in the 21st century - Colonial and territorial governors by year

This is a list of territorial governors in the 20th century (1901-2000) AD, such as the administrators of colonies, protectorates, or other dependencies. Where applicable, native rulers are also listed.

For the purposes of this list, a current dependency is any entity listed on these lists of dependent territories and other entities. A dependent territory is normally a territory that does not possess full political independence or sovereignty as a sovereign state yet remains politically outside of the controlling state's integral area.[1] This latter condition distinguishes a dependent territory from an autonomous region or administrative division, which forms an integral part of the 'parent' state. The administrators of uninhabited territories are excluded.

Australia

Australia
Note: administrates Christmas Island (since 1998) and Cocos (Keeling) Islands (since 1996)
  • Lillian Oh, President (1992-1995)
  • Jeffery Tan, Acting President (1995-1997)
  • Andrew Smolders, President (1998-1999)
  • Dave McLane, President (1999-2001)
  • Parson bin Yapat, Chairmen (1979-1981)
  • Wahin bin Bynie, Chairmen (1981-1983)
  • Parson bin Yapat, Chairmen (1983-1993)
  • Ron Grant, President (1993-1995)
  • Radal bin Feyrel, President (1995-1999)
  • Mohammad Said Chongkin, President (1999-2001)

Belgium

Belgium
Belgian colonial empire

China

People's Republic of China
  • Macau, special administrative region

Denmark

Denmark

Finland

Finland
  • Governors

France

French Third Republic, Vichy France, French Fourth Republic, French Fifth Republic

Africa

Asia

Caribbean

  • Prefects: the prefect of Guadeloupe has been the representative of Saint Barthélemy since 2007
  • Prefects-delegated of Saint Barthélemy and Saint Martin
  • Presidents of the Territorial Council
  • Prefects: the prefect of Guadeloupe has been the representative of Saint Martin since 2007
  • Prefects-delegated of Saint Martin and Saint Martin
  • Presidents of the Territorial Council

North America

Oceania

Iraq

  • Head of State (Rais al-Wuzara)
  • Alaa Hussein Ali (Alaa Hussein Ali Al Khafaji Al Jabir), Prime Minister of the Republic of Kuwait (2 Aug 1990 - 8 Aug 1990)
  • Iraqi Governors

Japan

Empire of Japan: Japanese colonial empire

Mexico

  • 10 Jun 1913 - 26 Jun 1915 incorporated into Yucatan
  • Governors
    1. Salvador Alvarado, governor (1915)
    2. Carlos Plank (military commander (26 Jun 1915 - 1916)
    3. Carlos Augusto Vidal Sánchez, military commander (1916 - 20 May 1917)
    1. Octavio Solís Aguirre, governor (31 Jul 1917 - 21 Jan 1921)
    2. Enrique M. Barragán, acting for Solis (16 Jan 1919 - 17 Apr 1919)
    3. Isaías Zamarripa, acting for Solis (11 May 1920 - 24 May 1920)
    4. Gustavo Segura, acting for Solis (24 May 1920 - 7 Jun 1920)
    5. Manuel Solís Espinoza, acting for Solis (24 Jul 1920 - 6 Aug 1920)
    6. Pascual Coral Heredia, acting (21 Jan 1921 - 8 Apr 1921)
    7. Librado Abitia Garcés, governor (8 Apr 1921 - 20 Oct 1923)
    8. Camilo E. Félix, governor (20 Oct 1923 - 13 Dec 1923)
    9. Anastasio Rojas, governor (13 Dec 1923 - Jan 1924)
    10. ... (1924 - 16 May 1924)
    11. Librado Abitia Garcés, governor (16 May 1924 - 5 Sep 1924)
    12. Enrique Barocio Barrios, governor (5 Sep 1924 - Jan 1925)
    13. Amado Aguirre Benavides, governor (23 Jan 1925 - Jun? 1925)
    14. Enrique Barocio Barrios, governor (Jun? 1925 - Nov/Aug 1925)
    15. Candelario Garza, subsititute governor (Nov/Aug? 1925 - Sep? 1926)
    16. Malrubio M. de la Chapa, acting governor (Sep 1926 - 13 Nov 1926)
    17. Antonio Ancona Albertos, governor (13 Nov 1926 - 1927)
    18. José Siurob Ramírez, governor (20 Dec 1927 - 31 Jan 1930)
    19. Daniel García de la Ribera, interim governor (Jan 1930 - Feb 1930)
    20. Arturo Campillo Seyde, governor (Feb 1930 - Jan 1931)
    21. José Félix Bañuelos, governor (Jan 1931 - 14 Dec 1931)
    • Divided between Yucatán and Campeche (14 Dec 1931 - 16 Jan 1935)
    1. Rafael E. Melgar, governor (17 Jan 1935 - 14 Dec 1940)
    2. Gabriel R. Guevara y Orihuela, governor (15 Dec 1940 - 30 Mar 1944)
    3. Margarito Ramírez Miranda, governor (1 Apr 1944 - 15 Jan 1959)
    4. Aarón Merino Fernández, governor (16 Jan 1959 - 31 Oct 1964)
    5. Eligio Mendoza Becerra, interim governor (1 Nov 1964 - 19 Mar 1965)
    6. Rufo Figueroa Figueroa, governor (20 Mar 1965 - 14 May 1967)
    7. Javier Rojo Gómez, governor (2 Jun 1967 - 31 Dec 1970)
    8. David Gustavo Gutiérrez Ruiz, governor (1 Jan 1971 - 13 Feb 1975) Quintana Roo Territory became the State of Quintna Roo on 8 Oct 1974.

Netherlands

Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch colonial empire

Asia

Caribbean

  • Aruba, autonomous territory

New Zealand

New Zealand
  • High commissioners
  • Niue, associated state
  • Commissioners
  • Representatives

Norway

Norway

Portugal

Kingdom of Portugal, First Portuguese Republic, Ditadura Nacional, Second Portuguese Republic, Third Portuguese Republic
Portuguese colonial empire

Africa

  • Overseas Province of Portugal
  • local administration
  • Vítor Crespo, High commissioner and Governor general (1974-1975)
Crown colony
Overseas province
Autonomous province

Asia

Oceania

South Africa

Union of South Africa, Republic of South Africa

United Kingdom

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
British colonial empire

Africa

  • Resident commissioners
  • Resident commissioners

Asia

  • High commissioners
  • Chief ministers
  • British political agents
  • British political agents
  • Chief ministers
  • British political agents

British Isles

  • Alderney, self-governing island of Guernsey
  • Sark, self-governing island of Guernsey

Caribbean and Central America

  • Lynden Pindling, Premier (1967-1992), Premier (1967-1969), Prime minister (1969-1973)
  • Frederick Shedden Sanguinnetti, Commissioner (1898-1907)
  • George Stephenson Hirst, Commissioner (1907-1912)
  • Arthur C Robinson, Commissioner (1912-1919)
  • Hugh Houston Hutchings, Commissioner (1919-1929)
  • Captain G. H. Frith, Commissioner (1929-1931)
  • Ernest Arthur Weston, Commissioner (1931-1934)
  • Allen Wosley Cardinall, Commissioner (1934-1940)
  • Albert C. Panton Snr, Acting Commissioner (1940-1941)
  • John Perry Jones, Commissioner (1941-1946)
  • Ivor Otterbein Smith, Commissioner (1946-1952)
  • Andrew Morris Gerrard, Commissioner (1952-1956)
  • Alan Hillard Donald, Commissioner (1956-1959), Administrator (1959-1960)
  • Jack Rose, Administrator (1960-1964)[32]
  • John Alfred Cumber Kt, Administrator (1964-1968)
  • Athelstan Charles Ethelwulf Long, Administrator (1968-1971), Governor (1971-1972)
  • Kenneth Roy Crook, Governor (1972-1974)
  • Thomas Russell, Governor (1974-1982)
  • George Peter Lloyd, Governor (1982-1987)
  • Alan James Scott, Governor (1987-1992)
  • Michael Edward John Gore, Governor (1992-1995)
  • John Wynne Owen, Governor (1995-1999)
  • Peter Smith, Governor (1999-2002)
  • Eric Gairy, Premier (1967-1974), Prime minister (1974-1978)
  • Geoffrey Peter St. Aubyn, Commissioner (1899-1901)
  • William Douglas Young, Commissioner (1901-1905[33])
  • Frederick Henry Watkins, Commissioner (1905-1914)
  • George Whitfield Smith, Commissioner (1914-1923)
  • Harold Ernest Phillips, Commissioner (1923-1932)
  • Hugh Houston Hutchings, Commissioner (1933-1934)
  • Frank Cecil Clarkson, Commissioner (1934-1936)
  • Hugh Charles Norwood Hill, Commissioner (1936-1940)
  • Edwin Porter Arrowsmith, Commissioner (1940-1946)
  • Cyril Eric Wool-Lewis, Commissioner (1947-1952)
  • Peter Bleackley, Commissioner (1952-1955)
  • Ernest Gordon Lewis, Commissioner (1955-1958)
  • Geoffrey Colin Guy, Commissioner (1958-1959)

Mediterranean

  • Administrators
  • Gibraltar, Crown colony since 1830, then dependent territory since 1981

North America

Oceania

  • Chief ministers
  • Commissioners
  • M. E. Wainwright, Administrator (1964-1966)
  • Anthony G.A. Beyts, Administrator (1966-1967)
  • H. W. D. McDonald, Administrator (1968-1973)
  • Geoffrey Colin Guy, Administrator (1973-1976)
  • G. McDonald, Administrator (1976-1977)
  • G. B. Kendal, Administrator (1977)
  • Simon Gillett, Administrator (1977-1979)
  • P. Duncan, Administrator (1979-1980)
  • Bernard Edward Pauncefort, Administrator (1980-1982)
  • I. G. Thow, Administrator (1982-1984)
  • Michael T. S. Blick, Administrator (1984-1989)
  • J. J. Beale, Administrator (1989 -1991)
  • Brian Norman Connelly, Administrator (1991-1995)
  • Roger C. Huxley, Administrator (1995-1999)
  • Geoffrey Fairhurst, Administrator (1999-2002)

South America

United States territories

Central America

List of governors of the Panama Canal Zone
  • Administrators of the Panama Canal Commission
  • Dennis P. McAuliffe, 1st Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission (1979-1989)[35]
  • Gilberto Guardia Fabrega, 2nd Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission (1989-1996)[35]
  • Alberto Aleman Zubieta, 3rd Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission (1996-2012)[35]

Caribbean Sea

List of colonial governors of Cuba
Puerto Rico, unincorporated territory
United States Virgin Islands, unincorporated territory Purchased from Denmark by the United States (22 Dec 1916).
  • Governors U.S. sovereignty, end of Danish administration (31 Mar 1917)
  • 31 Mar 1917 - 30 Jan 1931 Administered by U.S. Navy.[42]

Pacific Ocean

United States territorial acquisitions
American Samoa, unincorporated territory
  • Heads of the Baker, Howland and Jarvis Islands Colonization Scheme
  • Island Leaders
  • Carl Summers (2 Apr 1935 - 18 Apr 1935)
  • Abraham Piianaia (19 Jun 1935 - 19 Jan 1936)
  • Herbert Hooper (19 Jan 1936 - 18 Jun 1936)
  • Abraham Piianaia (18 Jun 1936 - 26 Oct 1936)
  • Albert K. Akana (26 Oct 1936 - 24 Jun 1937)
  • Charles A. Ahia (24 Jun 1937 - 17 Nov 1937)
  • Theodore Akana (17 Nov 1937 - 23 Jul 1938)
  • Edward Mike McCorriston (23 Jul 1938 - 1 Dec 1938)
  • Bernard Akana (2 Dec 1938 - 20 Mar 1939)
  • Louis Suares (20 Mar 1939 - 10 Mar 1940)
  • Melvin Paoa (10 Mar 1940 - 24 Jul 1940)
  • Karl Jensen (24 Jul 1940 - 25 Mar 1941)
  • Ernest W. Rankin (25 Mar 1941 - 28 Jul 1941)
  • Walter Burke (28 Jul 1941 - 31 Jan 1942)
  • Island Commanders (Occupied by U.S. military forces, Baker Naval Air Station) (1 Sep 1943 - May 1944).
  • Edward Aiken Flanders, 804th Aviation Engineer Battalion (1 Sep 1943 - 1943)
  • W.J. Jennings (c.1943)
  • Guam, an unincorporated territory
  • American Equatorial Islands Colonization Project; Formally claimed by U.S. (13 May 1936). Colonized by U.S. (2 Apr 1935 - 31 Jan 1942).[46]
  • Island Leaders
  • Henry Theise (30 Mar 1935 - 18 Apr 1935)
  • James C. Kamakaiwi (30 Mar 1935 - 18 Apr 1935) and (26 Oct 1936 - 25 Jun 1937)
  • Joseph Anakalea (19 Jan 1936 - 6 Aug 1936)
  • Killarney Opiopio (6 Aug 1936 - 26 Oct 1936)
  • William Kaina (25 Jun 1937 - 16 Nov 1937)
  • Charles Ahia (16 Nov 1937 - 23 Mar 1938)
  • James Kinney (23 Mar 1938 - 30 Nov 1938)
  • William Tavares (30 Nov 1938 - 21 Mar 1939)
  • Eugene Burke (21 Mar 1939 - 10 Jun 1939)
  • Thomas McCorriston (10 Jun 1939 - 12 Oct 1939)
  • Francis Stillman (12 Oct 1939 - 9 Mar 1940)
  • Edward Mike McCorriston (9 Mar 1940 - 23 Jul 1940)
  • Louis Suares(23 Jul 1940 - 27 May 1941)
  • Thomas Wright Bederman(27 May 1941 - 31 Jan 1942)
  • Island Commanders
  • Midway Islands Discovered (8 Jul 1859), called "Middlebrook Islands". Annexed to the U.S. (28 Aug 1867) unincorporated territory and name changed to "Midway".[46]
  • Superintendents of the Commercial Pacific Cable Station
  • Benjamin W. Colley (29 Apr 1903 - 1906?) U.S. Navy Department assumes control and names the Commercial Pacific Cable Company as island custodians on 20 Jun 1903. U.S. Marine detachment garrisons Midway to protect the cable station (1904 - 1908).
  • Daniel Morrison (1906 - 1921)
  • Island Commanders
D.B. Ventries, officer in charge (27 Mar 1940 - 1940)
  • Major (USMC) Samuel G. Taxi (Jun 1940 - Jul 1940)
  • Kenneth W. Benner Jul (1940 - 29 Sep 1940)
  • Harold C. Roberts (29 Sep 1940 - 14 Feb 1941)
  • Lieutenant General (USMC) Robert H. Pepper (14 Feb 1941 - 1941)
  • Bert A. Bone 1941 - (1 Aug 1941)
  • Cyril Thomas Simard (1 Aug 1941 - 1942) U.S. Naval Air Station Midway (1 Aug 1941)
  • Palmyra Atoll Part of the U.S. Territory of Hawaii (14 Jun 1900). Hawaii becomes a state, but Palmyra is excluded and remains as an incorporated territory, administered by U.S. Department of Interior (21 Aug 1959).[46]
  • Island Commanders Administered by U.S. Navy Department (29 Dec 1934). Declared a U.S. Naval defense area, and all foreign, public and private vessels and planes were prohibited (Nov 1939).
  • Gordon Rowe (1941 - af.Jul 1942)
  • J.R. Dudley (c.Aug 1942 - c.1 Feb 1943) Naval Air Station Palmyra Island (17 Aug 1941 - 15 Feb 1947).
  • R.N. Hunter (bf.1May 1943 - Nov 1943)
  • Bert Haddow Creighton (Nov 1943 - 1944?)
  • Walter M. Hanson (Sep 1944 - Sep? 1945)
  • The Philippines Insurrection against Spain (23 Mar 1897 -- 14 Aug 1898) and the United States (to 13 Apr 1902). Philippine Republic (12 Jun 1898 - 13 Apr 1902)[52]
  • Japanese Military Governors (commanders of the 14th Army; (3 Jan 1942 - 2 Sep 1945)
  • President of the Executive Commission
  • Jorge Bartolomé Vargas y Celis (23 Jan 1943 - 14 Oct 1943)
  • Presidents
Wake Island, unincorporated territory
  • Pan American Airways Island Managers (1935-1942)[54]
  • William S. Grooch (9 May 1935-4 July 1935)
  • George W. Bicknell (July 1935-1936)
  • Stewart Acers Saunders (1936-1937)
  • Don Young (1937-193.)
  • Kenneth S. Sitton (193.-19..)
  • Jack C. Bonamy (1940?-1941)
  • Island commanders (Jan? 1941-December 23, 1941)[54]
  • Elmer B. Greey, officer-in-charge (Jan? 1941-19 Aug 1941)
  • Lewis A. Hohn (19 Aug 1941-15 Oct 1941)
  • James Patrick Sinnott Devereux (15 Oct 1941-29 Nov 1941)
  • Winfield Scott Cunningham (29 Nov 1941-23 Dec 1941)
  • Japanese Commanders (December 23, 1941-September 4, 1945)[54]
  • Island commanders (September 4, 1945-194?)[54]
  • Lawson H. Sanderson (4 Sep 1945-12 Sep 1945)
  • William Masek (12 Sep 1945-9 Oct 1945)
  • Earl A. Junghans (9 Oct 1945-1946?)
  • ...? (1946?-1947)
  • ...? (1 Jul 1947-Mar 1948)
  • Thomas D. Musson (Mar 1948-c.1958)
  • Allan Andrews (19.. - 24 Jun 1972)
  • Governors (also General Counsels of the U.S. Air Force) (25 Jun 1972-Present)
  • Jack L. Stempler, general counsel (25 Jun 1972-22 Mar 1977)
  • Peter B. Hamilton (3 May 1977-31 Dec 1978)
  • Stuart R. Reichart (20 Nov 1978-10 Jun 1981)
  • David Elliott Place (10 Jun 1981-2 Mar 1984)
  • Eugene R. Sullivan (2 Mar 1984 - 26 May 1986)
  • Kathleen A. Buck (1 Jun 1986 - 26 Oct 1987)
  • Anne Newman Foreman (8 Nov 1987 - 26 Sep 1989)
  • Roy G. Wuchitech (acting) (27 Sep 1989 - 1 Dec 1989)
  • Ann C. Peterson (4 Dec 1989 - 20 Jan 1993)
  • Myron H. Nordquist (20 Jan 1993 - 10 Jul 1993)
  • Vacant? (10 Jul 1993 - 22 Nov 1993)
  • Gilbert F. Casellas (22 Nov 1993 - 3 Oct 1994)
  • Sheila C. Cheston (3 Oct 1994 - Oct 1998)
  • Jeh C. Johnson (Oct 1998 - 31 Dec 2000)

United States occupational forces

  • Major General (USA) Leonard Wood, 3rd U.S. Governor-General of Cuba (December 23, 1899 - May 20, 1902)
  • Republic of Cuba (20 May 1902 -- 28 Sep 1906) Cuba becomes a protectorate of the United States (20 May 1902 - 29 May 1934)
  • Provisional Governors
  • Major General (USMC) Smedley Darlington Butler, U.S. Military Commander (31 May 1910 - 5 Sep 1910) De facto U.S. protectorate (17 Nov 1909 - 19 Jun 1916).
  • Major General (USMC) Joseph Henry Pendleton, U.S. Military Commander (4 Sep 1912 - 18 Oct 1912)
  • Major General (USMC) Charles G. Long, U.S. Military Commander (19 Oct 1912 - 31 Oct 1912)
  • Joseph Henry Pendleton, U.S. Military Commander (1 Nov 1912 - 7 Dec 1912)
  • William Nessler McKelvy, U.S. Military Commander (8 Dec 1912 - 6 Jan 1913)
  • Commanding Officers of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment, American Legation, Managua[56]
  • Edward A. Greene, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (9 Jan 1913 - 191.)
  • Presley M. Rixey, Jr., Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (191. - 1916)
  • Hamilton Disston South, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1916 - 16 Apr 1918) U.S. protectorate begins (19 Jun 1916)
  • William S. Harrison, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1918 - 1919?)
  • James Latham Underhill, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1919 - 1921)
  • Nimmo Old, Jr., Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1921 - 30 Apr 1921)
  • Wilbur Thing, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (30 Apr 1921 - 1922)
  • Major General (USMC) John Marston, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (6 Mar 1922 - Mar 1924)
  • Lieutenant General (USMC) Thomas E. Bourke, acting? Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1924)
  • Ralph Stover Keyser, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (1924 - 3 Aug 1925)
  • Post abolished (1925 - 1927)
  • U.S. occupation (23 Dec 1926 - 3 Jan 1933)[56]
  • Vice Admiral (USN) Clark H. Woodward, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (20 Feb 1927 - 7 Mar 1927)
  • Major General (USMC) Logan Feland, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (7 Mar 1927 - 24 Aug 1927)
  • Louis M. Gulick, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (25 Aug 1927 - 15 Jan 1928)
  • Logan Feland, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (16 Jan 1928 - 26 Mar 1929)
  • Brigadier General (USMC) Robert H. Dunlap, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (26 Mar 1929 - 18 Apr 1929)
  • Brigadier General (USMC) Dion Williams, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (18 Apr 1929 - 4 Jun 1930)
  • Frederic L. Bradman, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (26 Jun 1930 - 26 Nov 1931)
  • Major General (USMC) Randolph Carter Berkeley, Commanding Officer of U.S. Marine Corps Detachment (26 Nov 1931 - 1 Jan 1933) U.S. Protectorate ends (2 Jan 1933)
  • Admiral (USN) William Banks Caperton, commander U.S. cruiser squadron, Atlantic Fleet (28 Jul 1915 - 15 Aug 1915) U.S. Occupation invasion begins 9 Jul 1915.
  • Major General (USMC) Littleton Waller Tazewell Waller, (15 Aug 1915 - 21 Nov 1916) U.S. protectorate begins 16 Sep 1915.
  • Major General (USMC) Eli K. Cole (22 Nov 1916 - 27 Nov 1917)
  • Major General (USMC) John Henry Russell, Jr., (28 Nov 1917 - 6 Dec 1918)
  • Brigadier General (USMC) Albertus W. Catlin, (7 Dec 1918 - 14 Jul 1919)
  • Brigadier General (USMC) Louis McCarty Little, (15 Jul 1919 - 1 Oct 1919)
  • John Henry Russell, Jr., (2 Oct 1919 - 14 Jan 1922)
  • Brigadier General (USMC) George Van Orden, (14 Jan 1922 - 28 Mar 1922)
  • Theodore P. Kane, (29 Mar 1922 - 15 Nov 1923)
  • Colonel (USMC) William N. McKelvy Sr., (16 Nov 1923 - 21 Jan 1924)
  • Major General (USMC) Ben Hebard Fuller, (21 Jan 1924 - 11 Jun 1925)
  • William N. McKelvy, (12 Jun 1925 - 25 Jun 1925)
  • Harold Courtland Snyder, (Jun 1925 - 29 Jul 1925)
  • Ben H. Fuller, (30 Jul 1925 - 7 Dec 1925)
  • Lieuteant General (USMC) John Twiggs Myers, (8 Dec 1925 - 24 Jan 1928)
  • Presley M. Rixey, Jr., (25 Jan 1928 - 22 Feb 1928)
  • Louis Mason Gulick, (23 Feb 1928 - 24 Jun 1929)
  • Richard M. Cutts, (25 Jun 1929 - 11 May 1931)
  • Louis McCarty Little, (3 Jun 1931 - 15 Aug 1934) End of U.S. occupation
  • U.S. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary[59]
  • U.S. High Commissioner to Haiti[59]
  • John Henry Russell, Jr., High Commissioner (11 Feb 1922 - 16 Nov 1930)
  • U.S. Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary[59]
  • James Clement Dunn, acting (Apr 1922 - Feb 1924)
  • George R. Merrell, Jr., acting (Mar 1924 - Oct 1926)
  • Christian Gross, acting (Oct 1926 - Nov 1927)
  • Christian Gross, acting (Apr 1928 - Dec 1928)
  • Stuart E. Grummon, acting (Dec 1928 - Nov 1930)
  • Dana Gardner Munro, (16 Nov 1930 - 14 Sep 1932)
  • Norman Armour, (7 Nov 1932 - 4 Mar 1933)
  • Norman Armour, (11 Apr 1933 - 21 Mar 1935) End of U.S. occupation, 15 Aug 1934
  • George Anderson Gordon, (6 Sep 1935 - 21 Jul 1937) U.S. protectorate ends 3 May 1936.
  • Major General (USA) Joseph T. Dickman, (1 Dec 1918 -- 24 Jan 1923) Withdrawal U.S. forces, former U.S. zone was taken over by France.
  • Major General (USMC) John Marston, Commander of the U.S. Occupation Forces (6 Aug 1941 - 16 Sep 1941)
  • Major General (USA) Charles Hartwell Bonesteel Jr., Commanding General Iceland Base Command (16 Sep 1941 - 18 Jun 1943)
  • William Shaffer Key, Commanding General Iceland Base Command (18 Jun 1943 - 4 Dec 1944)
  • Early Edward Walters Duncan, Commanding General Iceland Base Command (4 Dec 1944 - 31 Dec 1945)
  • Major General (USA) Floyd Lavinius Parks (4 July 1945 - 2 September 1945)
  • Major General (USA) James M. Gavin (3 September 1945 - 10 October 1945)
  • Major General (USA) Ray W. Barker (11 October 1945 - 1 May 1946)
  • Major General (USA) Frank A. Keating (1 May 1946 - 13 May 1947)
  • Major General (USA) Cornelius E. Ryan (14 May 1947 - 23 September 1947)
  • Major General (USA) William Hesketh (24 September 1947 - 30 November 1947)
  • Brigadier General (USA) Frank L. Howley (1 December 1947 - 31 August 1949)
  • Major General (USA) Maxwell D. Taylor (31 August 1949 - 31 January 1951)
  • Major General (USA) Lemuel Mathewson (1 February 1951 - 2 January 1953)
  • Major General (USA) Thomas S. Timberman (3 January 1953 - 4 August 1954)
  • Major General (USA) George B. Honnen (5 August 1954 - 9 September 1955)
  • Major General (USA) Charles L. Dasher (10 September 1955 - 3 June 1957)
  • Major General (USA) Barksdale Hamlett, Jr. (4 June 1957 - 15 December 1959)
  • Major General (USA) Ralph M. Osborne (20 December 1959 - 3 May 1961)
  • Major General (USA) Albert Watson II (4 May 1961 - 2 January 1963)
  • Major General (USA) James H. Polk (2 January 1963 - 31 August 1964)
  • Major General (USA) John F. Franklin, Jr. (1 September 1964 - 3 June 1967)
  • Major General (USA) Robert G. Fergusson (3 June 1967 - 28 February 1970)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) George M. Seignious (28 February 1970 - 12 May 1971)
  • Major General (USA) William W. Cobb (12 May 1971 - 10 June 1974)
  • General (USA) Sam Sims Walker (10 June 1974 - 11 August 1975)
  • Major General (USA) Joseph C. McDonough (11 August 1975 - 7 June 1978)
  • Major General (USA) Calvert P. Benedict (7 June 1978 - 5 July 1981)
  • Major General (USA) James G. Boatner (5 July 1981 - 27 June 1984)
  • Major General (USA) John H. Mitchell (27 June 1984 - 1 June 1988)
  • Major General (USA) Raymond E. Haddock (1 June 1988 - 2 October 1990) U.S. troops were withdrawn following the German reunification in 1990.
  • High Commissioners[60]
  • John J. McCloy, High Commissioner (2 Sep 1949 - 1 Aug 1952)
  • Walter J. Donnelly, High Commissioner (1 Aug 1952 - 11 Dec 1952)
  • Samuel Reber III, acting High Commissioner (11 Dec 1952 - 10 Feb 1953)
  • James B. Conant, High Commissioner (10 Feb 1953 - 5 May 1955) End of formal Allied occupation of West Germany (5 May 1955)
  • Occupation of Japan, (1945-1952)
  • Supreme Commanders for the Allied Powers (SCAP) and (from 1 Jan 1947) Commanders-in-chief, Far East Command[69]
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr., Military Governor (1 Apr 1945 - 18 Jun 1945) Killed in action.
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Roy Stanley Geiger, acting Military Governor (18 Jun 1945 - 23 Jun 1945
  • General (USA) Joseph Warren Stilwell, acting Military Governor (23 Jun 1945 - 31 Jul 1945), Military Governor (1 Aug -- 16 Oct 1945)
  • Major General (USA) Fred Clute Wallace, commanding general, Island Command Okinawa, (Jun 1945 - 23 Apr 1946)
  • Brigadier General (USA) Lawrence A. Lawson, Military Governor (17 Oct 1945 - 29 Dec 1945)
  • Brigadier General (USA) Fremont Byron Hodson, Sr., Military Governor (30 Dec 1945 - 26 Feb 1946)
  • Major General (USA) Leo Donovan, Military Governor (27 Feb 1946 - 21 May 1946)
  • Brigadier General (USA) Frederic Lord Hayden, (24 May 1946 - 11 May 1948)
  • Major General (USA) William W. Eagles, Military Governor (12 May 1948 - 30 Sep 1949)
  • Major General (USA) Josef R. Sheetz, Military Governor (1 Oct 1949 - 21 Jul 1950)
  • Major General (USA) Robert Battey McClure, Military Governor (28 Jul 1950 - 6 Dec 1950)
  • Brigadier General (USA) Harry B. Sherman, acting Military Governor (6 Dec 1950 - 9 Dec 1950)
  • Major General (USA) Robert Sprague Beightler, Military Governor (9 Dec 1950 - 15 Dec 1950)
  • General of the Army (USA) Douglas MacArthur, Governor (15 Dec 1950 - 11 Apr 1951)
  • General (USA) Matthew Bunker Ridgway, Governor (11 Apr 1951 - 12 May 1952)
  • General (USA) Mark Wayne Clark, Governor (12 May 1952 - 7 Oct 1953)
  • General (USA) John E. Hull, Governor (7 Oct 1953 - 1 Apr 1955) Amami Oshima island group restored to Japan (25 Dec 1953).
  • General (USA) Maxwell Davenport Taylor, Governor (1 Apr 1955 - 5 Jun 1955)
  • General (USA) Lyman Louis Lemnitzer, Governor (5 Jun 1955 - 30 Jun 1957)
  • High Commissioners[69]
  • Lieutenant General (USA) James Edward Moore, High Commissioner (4 Jul 1957 - 30 Apr 1958)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Donald Prentice Booth, High Commissioner (1 May 1958 - 12 Feb 1961)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Paul Wyatt Caraway, High Commissioner (16 Feb 1961 - 31 Jul 1964)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Albert Watson II, High Commissioner (1 Aug 1964 - 31 Oct 1966)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Ferdinand Thomas Unger, High Commissioner (2 Nov 1966 - 28 Jan 1968) Ryukyu Islands (except Okinawa) restored to Japan (21 Nov 1967).
  • Lieutenant General (USA) James Benjamin Lampert, High Commissioner (28 Jan 1968 - 14 May 1972) Bonin Islands restored to Japan (26 Jun 1968). Okinawa reverts to Japanese sovereignty as a prefecture (15 May 1972).
  • 1991 Haiti coup (19 September 1994 - 31 March 1995)
  • U.S. Commanders of the Multinational Forces Haiti (MNF)[59]
  • Lieutenant General (USA) Henry H. Shelton, Commander of the Multinational Forces Haiti (19 Sep 1994 - 25 Oct 1994)
  • David C. Meade, Commander of the Multinational Forces Haiti (25 Oct 1994 - 14 Jan 1995)
  • Lieutenant General (USA) George A. Fisher Jr., Commander of the Multinational Forces Haiti (14 Jan 1995 - 31 Mar 1995)
  • Joseph W. Kinzer (U.S.), Commander of the United Nations Mission In Haiti Force (31 Mar 1995 - 5 Mar 1996)

Other

See also

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