Alexander Haig

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(Soldier, civil servant)
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BornAlexander Meigs Haig Jr.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Died2010-02-20 (Age 85)
Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Alma materU.S. Military Academy, Columbia Business School, Georgetown University
ReligionRoman Catholic
Children • Alexander Patrick Haig Jr.
• Brian Haig
• Barbara Haig
SpousePatricia Antoinette Fox
Member ofKnights of Malta, The Pilgrims Society

Employment.png Supreme Allied Commander Europe Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
December 15, 1974 - July 1, 1979
Preceded byAndrew Goodpaster
Succeeded byBernard Rogers

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In office
January 22, 1981 - July 5, 1982
DeputyWilliam P. Clark Jr, Walter John Stoessel
Preceded byEdmund Muskie
Succeeded byWalter John Stoessel

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In office
April 30, 1973 - September 21, 1974
Preceded byH. R. Haldeman
Succeeded byDonald Rumsfeld

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In office
June 1970 - January 4, 1973

Employment.png Vice Chief of Staff of the Army

In office
January 4, 1973 - May 4, 1973


United States Secretary of State.


General Alexander Haig attended the Bilderberg conference in 1978.

2 December 1924|20 February 2010| 

Event Participated in

Bilderberg/197821 April 197823 April 1978US
New Jersey
Princeton University

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