Born: 3 May 1873 in Constantinople.
Died: 16 February 1948 in
Richard von Kühlmann was born on 3 May 1873 in Constantinople Richard von Kühlmann entered a German cavalry regiment, but turned his attention to the diplomatic service in 1899 at the outbreak of the Great War Richard von Kühlmann had been for six years. Councillor of the German Embassy, after which Richard von Kühlmann held the same post at Stockholm.
In 1915 to 1916 Richard von Kühlmann was Minister at The Hague, and in November 1916 was appointed ambassador to Turkey. Richard von Kühlmann was secretary for foreign affairs, August 1917, July 1918, and took a prominent part in the negotiations which led to the treaty of Brest Litovsk, and the peace of Bucharest.
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