Rogers, Wolf, Ishii n a conference held on board the Mt. McKinley prior to the landing, BGen William W Rogers, V Amphibious Corps Chief of Staff, left, stresses a point to his interpreter, Maj F. D. Wolf, as RAdm Keichi Ishii, Chief of Staff of Sasebo Naval Station and his vice chief locate a point under discussion. National Archives Photo 127-N-139194
Interpreter and recorder interviewing newcomers, Ellis Island, New York. 1908. NYPL Digital Gallery.
Red Blanket, Ojibway chief of the Leech Lake band, John Bassett, Ojibway interpreter, and unknown man. ca. 1895
Haile Selassie (right), exiled Emperor of Ethiopia, whose empire was absorbed by Italy, returns with an Ethiopian army recruited to aid the British in Africa, on February 19, 1941. Here, the emperor inspects an airport, an interpreter at his side. On May 5, 1941, after the Italians in Ethiopia were defeated by Allied troops, Selassie returned to Addis Ababa, and resumed his position as ruler. (AP Photo)
ARMY GENERAL HEADQUARTERS PERSONNEL 1_Grenadier Bataillon de Neuchatel 1806-12 2_Courier to the Major General 1807-09 3_Guide -interpreter of the Army of Germany 1805
La Malinche was a translator for Cortes she also had two kids. This picture also shows a pretty woman who looks strong. http://malinche.info/blog/?p=139
W. Averell Harriman, left, President Harry S. Truman's personal foreign policy adviser, conferring with Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh of Iran in 1951. An interpreter sits between them.