Rudolf Emil Schoenfeld Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, George Washington University, 1915. Doctor of Philosophy, magna cum laude, University of Berne (Switzerland), 1920. Unmarried.
With United States Efficiency Commission, 1915. Master, National Cathedral School, Washington, District of Columbia, 1915-1916. V. consul, Zurich, Switzerland, 1916, Berne, 1917-1921.
In charge office of America Commission at Cologne, Germany, July-September 1921. V. consul, Berlin, 1921-1923, consul, December 1923-October 1924. Consul at Cologne, 1924-1925.
Consul and secretary American Legation, La Paz, Bolivia, December 1925-1927. Secretary American Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, 1927-1931. Secretary of legation, Budapest, January 1931-October 1932.
Assigned to Department of State, Washington, District of Columbia, November 1932-December 1936. Secretary American Legation, Stockholm, Sweden, December 1936-September 1938. Secretary Embassy, London, England., September 1938-April 1, 1941.
Appointed charge d’affaires near goverments (in England) of Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Belgium, 1940. Counselor of embassy, near goverments (in England), of Poland and Belgium, 1941. 1st secretary of legation, near goverments (in England), of Norway, Netherlands, Yugoslavia, Greece, Czechoslovakia, 1941.
Counselor of embassy, near goverments (in England), of Norway, Netherlands, Greece, Yugoslavia, 1942. Charge d’affaires near goverments (in England), of Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland and Yugoslavia, December, 1945. Rank of minister, January 1944.
Political adviser to the United States delegation, 1st General Assembly of the United Nations, London, England, January-February 1946. Appointed envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Rumania, July 1947.
Member Theta Delta Chi. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington).