Wikipedia list articleThe United States has had diplomatic relations with the nation of Germany and its principal predecessor nation, the Kingdom of Prussia, since 1835. These relations were broken twice (1917 to 1921, and 1941 to 1955) while Germany and the United States were at war and for a continuation interval afterwards. Prior to 1835, the United States and Prussia recognized one another but did not exchange representatives, except for a brief period when John Quincy Adams was accredited to the Prussian court from 1797 to 1801. List of United States ambassadors to Germany [ edit ]This is a list of the chief U.S. diplomatic agents to Prussia, Germany, and West Germany (the Federal Republic of Germany), their diplomatic rank, and the effective start and end of their service in Germany. Name and title Portrait Presentation of credentials Termination of mission John Quincy Adams, Minister December 5, 1797 May 5, 1801Heads of the U.S. Legation at Berlin (1835–1848) [ edit ]Name and title Portrait Presentation of credentials Termination of mission Henry Wheaton, Chargé d'Affaires June 9, 1835 September 29, 1837 Henry Wheaton, Envoy September 29, 1837 July 18, 1846 Andrew Jackson Donelson, Envoy July 18, 1846 September 13, 1848Heads of the U.S. Legation at Frankfurt (1848–1849) [ edit ]Name and title Portrait Presentation of credentials Termination of mission Andrew Jackson Donelson, Envoy September 13, 1848 November 2, 1849Heads of the U.S. Legation at Berlin (1849–1893) [ edit ]Heads of the U.S. Embassy at Berlin (1893–1917) [ edit ]Heads of the U.S. Embassy at Berlin (1921–1941) [ edit ]Heads of the U.S. Embassy at Bonn (1955–1999) [ edit ]Heads of the U.S. Embassy at Berlin (1999–present) [ edit ]See also [ edit ]
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