Ralph (Johnson) 1904–71, U.S. diplomat: at the United Nations 1946–71; Nobel Peace Prize 1950.
Ralph Johnson. 1904–71, US diplomat and United Nations official: awarded the Nobel peace prize in 1950 for his work as UN mediator in Palestine (1948–49); UN undersecretary (1954–71)


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