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List of Haitian ambassadors in Germany

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The Haitian Ambassador in Berlin is the representative of the government in Port-au-Prince to the German government.

List of representatives

Appointment
Accreditation
Representative Comments List of Heads of State of Haiti List of the German Federal Governments Abandon post
1891 Before 1891 the Haitian ambassador in Paris was accredited in Berlin (fr) François Denys Légitime Leo of Caprivi 1891
1891 Demesvar Delorme (en) (* 1831; † 1901)[1] 1897
1897 vacant Tirésias Simon-Sam Clovis of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst 1899
1899 Jean-Joseph Dalbémar (* 1839) from May 1902 to December 1902 he headed the Ambassade d’Haïti en France 1909
1909 Callistène Fouchard ministre des finances d’Haïti François C. Antoine Simon Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg 1914
1914 Léon Audain (* December 27, 1863 in Port-au-Prince; †September 1930 in Paris) His father was Louis Audain, a noted physician LCS of Haiti. the dircctevr of the School of Medicine. Oreste Zamor 1915
1915 vacant Jean Vilbrun Guillaume Sam 5.June 1917
5.June 1917 Interruption of diplomatic relations Protecting Power Spain. Philippe Sudré Dartiguenave George Michaelmas 1921
1921 Fernand Dennis 1926-1940 he was envoy in Havana, from 1941 he was Haitian Ambassador to the United States Joseph Wirth 1923
1923 Georges Gentil From 9 October 1889 to 24 March 1896 he was chargé d’affaires in Madrid. Louis Bornó William Marx 1925
1925 Charles Bouchereau Minister of Public Instruction Hans Luther 1928
1928 Luc Dominique *From 27 September 1923 to 20 October 1924 he was list des ministres haïtiens des Cultes Hermann Müller 2.Aug. 1930
2.Aug. 1930 Pétien Boncy Louis Eugène Roy Heinrich Bruening 18.March 1931
1934 Constantin Fouchard (+1942) Sténio Vincent Adolf Hitler 18.Dec. 1941
18.Dec. 1941 Interruption of diplomatic relations Protective power Switzerland Élie Lescot 30.Apr. 1945
1956 Jean Duvigneaud Paul Eugène Magloire Konrad Adenauer 1957
1957 Yvon Perrier [2] Antonio Thrasybule Kebreau 1958
1958 Franck M. Beauvoir (b. 25 April 1014 in Port au Prince) Colonel son of Michel Beauvoir and Jeanne Roy; married Anetta Jannini from 1936,[3] François Duvalier 14.July 1967
14.July 1967 Carlet R. Auguste (* 14 June 1903 in Cap-Haiti) On 8 Dec 1923 married Marie Ed Etienne, 5 children. Studied law Education: Free School of Law. Cap-Haiti. Graduate in Law 1937. – Merchant in the coffee business;

  • 1943-1948 Professor of civil law.
  • 1947-1948 Secretary of State for Trade;
  • 1950: Junior Senator and Secretary of State for Finance & Commerce.
  • 1959-1967: Ambassador to the UN;
  • 1967-1972: Ambassador in Bonn.
  • In 1972 he chaired the Administrative and Budgetary Committee of the United Nations General Assembly.

1973-1976.ambassador in Bonn.[4]

Jean-Claude Duvalier Willy Brandt 1972
18.Apr. 1972 Fritz D. Jean-Baptiste [5] 1973
1973 Carlet R. Auguste 21.Oct. 1976
21.Oct. 1976 Edouard Francisque Helmut Schmidt 9.June 1981
9.June 1981 Serge Élie Charles 1988-1989: Serge Élie Charles: Foreign Ministers of Haiti
30.Aug. 1983 Francois Guillaume Helmut Kohl
19.March 1985 Jean-Claude Andre
1987 Jean Robert Saget Henri Namphy
1996 Alrich Nicolas November 1999: The Embassy moves to Berlin. René Préval 24.Aug. 2005
24.Aug. 2005 Jean Robert Saget Boniface Alexandre Angela Merkel 2014
2014 Patrick Saint Hilaire Chargé d’Affaires Michel Martelly
2015 Frantz Bataille Chargé d’Affaires
2016 Michèle Dominique Raymond Chargé d’Affaires Jocelerme Privert

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Individual references

  1. Demesvar Delorme
  2. Yvon Perrier
  3. books.google.com Franck M. Beauvoir
  4. Carlet R. Auguste books.google.com
  5. Bitter aftertaste. In: Der Spiegel. No. 22, 1974 (online).
  6. Tobias C. Bringmann: Handbook of diplomacy 1815-1963: foreign mission chiefs in Germany. S. 202 202