Toivo Heikkilä (4 August 1906, in Eräjärvi– 15 May 1976 ) was a Finnish diplomat. He was a master of philosophy.
Heikkilä worked for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs since 1931. Between 1940 and 1944, he served as secretary general in Berlin and Budapest and between 1948 and 1955 as a commercial representative in Berlin. Between 1944 and 1946, he served as Secretary to Prime Minister J. K. Paasikivi, and between 1946 and 1948 and Mauno Pekkala.From 1954 he was the Consul General, deputy head of the Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1955–1957, Chargé d'affaires at Budapest 1957–1960 and Ambassador in Budapest since 1960.
Sugamo Prison was a prison in Tokyo, Japan. It was located in the district of Ikebukuro, which is now part of the Toshima ward of Tokyo, Japan.
Arne Skaug was a Norwegian economist, civil servant, diplomat and politician for the Labour Party. He is known as director of Statistics Norway from 1946 to 1948, Norwegian Minister of Trade and Shipping from 1955 to 1962 and later ambassador.
Raúl Porras Barrenechea was a Peruvian diplomat, historian and politician. He was President of the Senate in 1957 and Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1958 and 1960. A well-known figure of the student movement in San Marcos in the early 20th century, Porras became one of the most prominent hispanist historians of his generation and a leading figure of the Peruvian diplomacy.
Selim Rauf Sarper was a Turkish diplomat and politician. He served as Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1960–1962.
Ehud Avriel was an Israeli diplomat and politician who served as a member of the Knesset for Mapai between 1955 and 1957.
Einar-Fredrik Ofstad was a Norwegian diplomat.
Paavo Johannes (Juho) Hynninen was a Finnish Minister and Ambassador. He was a Master of Philosophy.
Árpád Prandler was a Hungarian jurist who served as an Ad Litem Judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia based in The Hague, Netherlands between 2006 and 2013.
Mátyás Eörsi is a Hungarian politician who was the leader of the liberal Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (ALDE-PACE) Group in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). He became a member of the PACE in 1994. On 6 March 2009 the Hungarian government nominated Eörsi to Secretary General of the Council of Europe.
Carl-George "CG" Wilhelm Crafoord was a Swedish diplomat.
Tage Holm Fredrik Grönwall was a Swedish diplomat.
Einar Modig was a Swedish diplomat. After graduating from Uppsala University in 1907, Moding joined the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. He served eight years in South America as envoy in various country and during World War II, Moding served as Swedish envoy in Ankara and Athens. After the war, he served as envoy in Brussels and Luxembourg City.
Otto Lauri Mikael Hjelt was a Finnish diplomat, a master of philosophy.
Armas Otto Rafael Yöntilä was a master of philosophy and a Finnish diplomat. He completed his master's degree in philosophy in 1919 and studied in Jena in 1914, Besacon in 1922 and in The Hague in 1923.
Ernst Ossian Soravuo, surname until 1926 Sandström was a Finnish diplomat.
Soini Otso Olavi Palasto, last name until 1934 Planström was a Finnish diplomat and Ambassador.
Aulis Olavi Saikku was a Finnish diplomat and an official in the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. He is a master of philosophy by education.
Nils Hugo Withmar Tamm was a Swedish diplomat. Tamm served as Swedish consul general in Berlin 1953–1959 and ambassador in Israel 1960–1963 as well as ambassador in South Africa 1964–1966.
Carl Brynolf Julius Eng was a Swedish diplomat. He served as Swedish envoy and ambassador in a number of different countries between 1950 and 1975.
Sir Leslie Alfred Charles Fry was a British diplomat, who served as Ambassador to Hungary, Indonesia and Brazil. He was awarded Grand Cross of the Order of the Southern Cross by the Government of Brazil. During the Soviet invasion of Hungary in 1956 he opened the doors of the British embassy to Hungarian refugees, receiving a knighthood the following year.