This is a list of Ambassadors of the United States to Morocco. Morocco was the first Arab country to recognize the United States of America in 1786. Regular diplomatic relations were established in 1905. In 1912 Morocco came under the control of France and Spain as protectorates. The United States did not initially recognize the French and Spanish protectorates over Morocco. However, in 1917 upon U.S. entry into the First World War, the U.S. government recognized the protectorates. The U.S. Minister at Tangier was downgraded to the status of Diplomatic Agent. In 1956 the U. S. recognized Morocco’s independence, established an embassy in Rabat, and appointed a ranking ambassador, Cavendish W. Cannon.

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  • Im Protektorat Französisch-Marokko war die US-Regierung durch Konsuln in der internationalen Zone von Tanger beim Sultan von Marokko vertreten. Der US-Konsul von Tanger bildete mit den anderen Generalkonsuln der Signatarmächte der Algeciras-Konferenz die Regierung der internationalen Zone von Tanger. (de)
  • This is a list of Ambassadors of the United States to Morocco. Morocco was the first Arab country to recognize the United States of America in 1786. Regular diplomatic relations were established in 1905. In 1912 Morocco came under the control of France and Spain as protectorates. The United States did not initially recognize the French and Spanish protectorates over Morocco. However, in 1917 upon U.S. entry into the First World War, the U.S. government recognized the protectorates. The U.S. Minister at Tangier was downgraded to the status of Diplomatic Agent. In 1956 the U. S. recognized Morocco’s independence, established an embassy in Rabat, and appointed a ranking ambassador, Cavendish W. Cannon. (en)
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  • Im Protektorat Französisch-Marokko war die US-Regierung durch Konsuln in der internationalen Zone von Tanger beim Sultan von Marokko vertreten. Der US-Konsul von Tanger bildete mit den anderen Generalkonsuln der Signatarmächte der Algeciras-Konferenz die Regierung der internationalen Zone von Tanger. (de)
  • This is a list of Ambassadors of the United States to Morocco. Morocco was the first Arab country to recognize the United States of America in 1786. Regular diplomatic relations were established in 1905. In 1912 Morocco came under the control of France and Spain as protectorates. The United States did not initially recognize the French and Spanish protectorates over Morocco. However, in 1917 upon U.S. entry into the First World War, the U.S. government recognized the protectorates. The U.S. Minister at Tangier was downgraded to the status of Diplomatic Agent. In 1956 the U. S. recognized Morocco’s independence, established an embassy in Rabat, and appointed a ranking ambassador, Cavendish W. Cannon. (en)
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  • Liste der Botschafter der Vereinigten Staaten in Marokko (de)
  • United States Ambassador to Morocco (en)
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