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02 Oct 1871–23 Jul 1955

Cordell Hull

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Was an American politician best known as the longest-serving Secretary of State, who for 11 years (1933-1944) served in the administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

In 1945, Hull received the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in creating the United Nations and was called by President Roosevelt the "Father of the United Nations".

1882–1945

Franklin D. Roosevelt

1900–1949

Edward Stettinius Jr.