| Alec Douglas-Home |
(politician, deep politician)
|Born||Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home|
28 South Street, Mayfair, London, England
Coldstream, Berwickshire, Scotland
|Alma mater||Christ Church (Oxford)|
|Religion||Scottish Episcopal Church|
|Children|| • Caroline Meriel|
|Parents|| • Charles Douglas-Home|
• 13th Earl of Home
• Lady Lillian Lambton
|Member of||Bilderberg/Steering committee, The Other Club|
Douglas-Home's first term as Foreign Secretary under Prime Minister Harold Macmillan from 27 July 1960 to 18 October 1963 straddled the death in mysterious circumstances of UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld in September 1961.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1977||22 April 1977||24 April 1977||Imperial Hotel|
|Bilderberg/1978||21 April 1978||23 April 1978||US|
|Bilderberg/1979||27 April 1979||29 April 1979||Austria|
Clubhotel Schloss Weikersdorf
|Bilderberg/1980||18 April 1980||20 April 1980||Germany|
|Bilderberg/1986||25 April 1986||27 April 1986||Scotland|
|Document:The Rossing File:The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Contract for Namibian Uranium||pamphlet||1980||Alun Roberts||Scandal in the 1970s and 1980s of collusion by successive British governments with the mining conglomerate Rio Tinto to import yellowcake from the Rössing Uranium Mine in Namibia (illegally occupied by apartheid South Africa) in defiance of international law, and leading to the targeting of UN Commissioner for Namibia Bernt Carlsson on Pan Am Flight 103 in December 1988.|
- “It will be Necessary to find some way of pulling Hammarskjold up short” (Harold Macmillan — UK Prime Minister – 13 September 1961)
- "1973: Britain joins the EEC"
- "Twenty-fifth Bilderberg meeting held in St Joseph MO". Facts on File World News Digest. 14 May 1977.