10 MARCH 1928, Page 3

- Sir Horace Rumbold is to leave Madrid and take

the place of Sir Ronald Lindsay as Ambassador in Berlin where he was Counsellor at the beginning of the War. His work that is best remembered is his representation of this country at the second Conference at Lausanne in 1923 when he signed the Turkish Treaty. He is Tollovied at Madrid by Sir George Grahame; now His Majesty's Ambassador at Brussels. His best work was done in Paris during and after the War. He was several times in charge there and sat on the Conference of Ambassadors. Sir Colville Barclay, who is to leave Budapest to become Ambassador at Lisbon, did admirable work at Washington during the 'War.

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