Cohen Gellerstein, Benjamin
COHEN GELLERSTEIN, BENJAMIN
COHEN GELLERSTEIN, BENJAMIN (1896–1964), Chilean diplomat. Born in Concepción, he graduated as a lawyer specializing in international law from the University of Georgetown in Washington. In 1923 he served as secretary of the Chilean delegation to the fifth Panamerican Conference. Later he served for five years as head of the Diplomatic Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1939 he was named ambassador to Bolivia. After his retirement he was appointed sub-secretary in charge of information at the United Nations.
[Moshe Nes El (2nd ed.)]
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