International Red Cross Committee of Nanking
|Name||Nationality / Occupation||Organization|
|John Magee||American missionary||American Church Mission|
|Ernest Forster||American missionary||St. Paul Church|
|Minnie Vautrin||American missionary||Ginling Girls' College|
|Robert O. Wilson||American physician||Drum Tower Hospital (Nanking University Hospital)|
|P. H. Munro-Faure||British businessman||Asiatic Petroleum Co.|
|C.S. Trimmer||American physician||Drum Tower Hospital (Nanking University Hospital)|
|James McCallum||American missionary||Drum Tower Hospital (Nanking University Hospital)|
|Miner Searle Bates||American professor||University of Nanking|
|John Rabe||German businessman||Siemens Co.|
|Lewis S. C. Smythe||American professor||University of Nanking|
|Rev. W. Plumer Mills||American missionary||American Church Mission|
|Cola Podshivoloff||Russian (White)|
|Pastor Shen Yu-shu||Chinese||Christian minister|
Below is listed their responsibilities, and/or their mini-biographies if known and not already linked above:
John Magee was an Episcopalian minister and the Red Cross chairman of the Nanking Branch. In his role with the Red Cross, he provided care to the hospitalized wounded, but is also known for filming what he saw on the streets of Nanking, providing documentary evidence to the world.
Through Minnie Vautrin's efforts, Ginling Girls College became a haven of refuge, at times harboring up to 10,000 women in a college designed to support between 200 and 300. With only her wits and the use of an American flag, Vautrin was able to repel incursions into her college and thereby protected thousands of Chinese women from being raped as she oversaw the refugee camp at Ginling Women's Arts and Science College where she served as the acting president.
James McCallum drove the Drum Tower Hospital ambulance to pick up wounded around the city day and night, fighting to keep himself awake.
Grace Bauer worked in the Drum Tower Hospital to help care for the wounded who poured in.
Mary Twinem, née Fine (費馬利), or Mrs. Paul de Witt-Twinem, taught at Kwang-hwa High School, where she was one of Soong Mei-ling's teacher. An American from Trenton, New Jersey, she was later naturalized as a Chinese citizen and considered herself Chinese.  
- (in Chinese) List of members with Chinese names