Bilderberg/1972

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The 1972 Bilderberg Report
Date21 April 1972 - 23 April 1972
LocationHotel La Reserve,  Knokke,  Belgium
ParticipantsPrince Bernhard,  Ernst H. van der Beugel,  Joseph E. Johnson,  C. Frits Karsten,  Giovanni Agnelli,  Hans Arnold,  George W. Ball,  Wilfrid S. Baumgartner,  Frederic Bennett,  C. Fred Bergsten,  Selahattin Beyazit,  M. Nuri Birgi,  Kurt Birrenbach,  W. Michael Blumenthal,  Andrew Brimmer,  Neil A. Brown,  H. John C. Browne,  Zbigniew Brzezinski,  Alastair Buchan,  Miriam Camps,  Louis Camu,  Gian Cittadini Cesi,  Emilio G. Collado,  Umberto Colombo,  Prince Guido Colonna di Paliano,  Peter Corterier,  John S. Culver,  Ralf Dahrendorf,  Michel David-Weill,  Étienne Davignon,  Arthur H. Dean,  Jean-François Deniau,  Marion Grafin Donhoff,  Roberto Ducci,  Anton F. J. Dijkgraaf,  Manuel R. Espirito Santo Silva,  Thomas Fleiner,  Anthony G. S. Griffin,  Françoise Giroud,  Geir Hallgrimsson,  Gabriel Hauge,  Henry J. Heinz II,  Leif Høegh,  Maria J. 't Hooft,  Amo Houghton,  Thomas L. Hughes,  Daniel Janssen,  Paul E. Janssen,  Paul Jolles,  Frank Kearton,  Max Kohnstamm,  Henri J. de Koster,  Léon Lambert,  Jonkheer Emile van Lennep,  Harold Lever,  Arrigo Levi,  Jonkheer John H. Loudon,  Joseph M. A. H. Luns,  Roy MacLaren,  Bayless Manning,  Charles McC. Jr. Mathias,  William F. McLean,  Johannes Meynen,  Robert D. Murphy,  H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands,  H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands,  Alberto Franco Nogueira,  Simon Nora,  Niels Norlund,  Johan A. Nykopp,  Schelto Patijn,  Benjamin Payton,  James A. Perkins,  Andre Raynauld,  William Rees-Mogg,  Olivier Reverdin,  Jean Riboud,  David Rockefeller,  Eric Roll,  Baron Edmond de Rothschild,  Yves Sabouret,  Robert Scalapino,  Robert Schaetzel,  Gerhard Schroder,  Helge Seip,  Baron Snoy et d'Oppuers,  Jacques Solvay,  Svend O. Sorensen,  Shepard Stone,  Shirley Summerskill,  Michel Tatu,  Arthur R. Taylor,  Terkel Terkelsen,  Otto G. Tidemand,  Victor H. Umbricht,  Robert Vandeputte,  Gerrit A. Wagner,  Marcus Wallenberg,  Jack H. Warren,  Alan Westerman,  Otto Wolff von Amerongen,  Jelle Zijlstra,  Elmo Zumwalt
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee
Witnessed byL. Hulhoven,  E. Vernede,  J. T. Warmenhoven,  Ch. W. Jr. Getchell,  Th-M. van der Beugel

The 1972 Bilderberg Meeting was the 21st such meeting and had participants from 14 European countries, the United States, Canada and "various international organisations".[1] It was chaired by Prince Bernhard and took place at the hotel La Reserve, Knokke, Belgium. As in the case of the 1971 Bilderberg, John Pesmazoglou of Greece was invited but could not attend since the Greek authorities denied him a passport. The 103 guests included 16 business executives, 24 politicians, 10 financiers, 8 editors/journalists and 6 academics.

Agenda

The 1972 Bilderberg Agenda was "the state of the Western community in the light of changing relationships among the non-Communist industrialized countries, and the impact of changing power relationships in the Far East on Western security" according to the conference report which was leaked and is now available online.[1]

Working papers

There were 4 working papers, on Economic Issues Between Industrialized Countries for the Seventies by George W. Ball, Western Europe and America in the Seventies by Ernst H. van der Beugel and Max Kohnstamm, Power Relationships in the Far East: a European View by Alastair Buchan and The Changing Configuration of Power in Asia.[2]

Discussion

1. Economic Considerations

The Crumbling Community of Purpose

The Claims of Domestic Priorities

Trade Relations

The Case of Japan

European Perspectives

Relations with the Third World

Economic Dealings with Communist Countries

Transnational Investment Issues

International Monetary Reform

Working Together: Institutions and Attitudes

2. Security Considerations

The New Geometry of Asian Relations

Ingredients of the Japanese Situation

Fundamentals of the East-West Relationship

The Evolution of Western Public Opinion

Implications for European Security

The American Commitment
Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions
Conference on Security and Cooperation
The Ostpolitik
The European Contribution

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Participants

ParticipantDescription
Gianni AgnelliAttended the Bilderberg 37 times.
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
Klaus-Georg von Amsberg
Beatrix Armgard
Hans Arnold
George BallRegular Bilderberg attendee.
Wilfrid Baumgartner
Frederic Bennett
C. Fred Bergsten
Prince BernhardArms dealer.
Ernst van der Beugel34 Bilderberg meetings, on both the Advisory Committee & Steering committees
Selahattin Beyazit
Nuri Birgi
Kurt Birrenbach
W. Michael Blumenthal
Andrew Brimmer
Neil Brown
H. John C. Browne
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Alastair Buchan
Miriam Camps
Louis Camu
Gian Cittadini-Cesi
Emilio Collado
Umberto Colombo
Peter Corterier
John Culver
Ralf Dahrendorf
Michel David-Weill
Étienne DavignonA Bilderberg chairman.
Arthur Dean
Jean-François DeniauA diplomat who wrote the foreword of the Treaty of Rome. Le Cercle
Anton Dijkgraaf
Marion Grafin Donhoff
Roberto Ducci6 times Bilderberg visitor
Thomas Fleiner
Françoise Giroud
Anthony GriffinAnthony Griffin was an almost unknown member of the Bilderberg Advisory Committee.
Geir Hallgrímsson
Gabriel HaugeFormer Bilderberg Steering committee
Maria J. 't Hooft
Amo Houghton
Thomas Hughes
Leif Höegh
H. John Heinz II
Daniel Janssen
Paul Janssen
Joseph E. JohnsonInaugural US secretary of the annual Bilderberg, Bilderberg Steering committee member.
Paul Jolles
C. Frits Karsten
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Witnesses

Witness
Theodor Max van der Beugel
Charles Getchell
L. Hulhoven
Edwin Vernede
J. T. Warmenhoven


References

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Prince Bernhard +, Ernst H. van der Beugel +, Joseph E. Johnson +, C. Frits Karsten +, Giovanni Agnelli +, Hans Arnold +, George W. Ball +, Wilfrid S. Baumgartner +, Frederic Bennett +, C. Fred Bergsten +, Selahattin Beyazit +, M. Nuri Birgi +, Kurt Birrenbach +, W. Michael Blumenthal +, Andrew Brimmer +, Neil A. Brown +, H. John C. Browne +, Zbigniew Brzezinski +, Alastair Buchan +, Miriam Camps +, Louis Camu +, Gian Cittadini Cesi +, Emilio G. Collado +, Umberto Colombo +, Prince Guido Colonna di Paliano +, Peter Corterier +, John S. Culver +, Ralf Dahrendorf +, Michel David-Weill +, Étienne Davignon +, Arthur H. Dean +, Jean-François Deniau +, Marion Grafin Donhoff +, Roberto Ducci +, Anton F. J. Dijkgraaf +, Manuel R. Espirito Santo Silva +, Thomas Fleiner +, Anthony G. S. Griffin +, Françoise Giroud +, Geir Hallgrimsson +, Gabriel Hauge +, Henry J. Heinz II +, Leif Høegh +, Maria J. 't Hooft +, Amo Houghton +, Thomas L. Hughes +, Daniel Janssen +, Paul E. Janssen +, Paul Jolles +, Frank Kearton +, Max Kohnstamm +, Henri J. de Koster +, Léon Lambert +, Jonkheer Emile van Lennep +, Harold Lever +, Arrigo Levi +, Jonkheer John H. Loudon +, Joseph M. A. H. Luns +, Roy MacLaren +, Bayless Manning +, Charles McC. Jr. Mathias +, William F. McLean +, Johannes Meynen +, Robert D. Murphy +, H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands +, H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands +, Alberto Franco Nogueira +, Simon Nora +, Niels Norlund +, Johan A. Nykopp +, Schelto Patijn +, Benjamin Payton +, James A. Perkins +, Andre Raynauld +, William Rees-Mogg +, Olivier Reverdin +, Jean Riboud +, David Rockefeller +, Eric Roll +, Baron Edmond de Rothschild +, Yves Sabouret +, Robert Scalapino +, Robert Schaetzel +, Gerhard Schroder +, Helge Seip +, Baron Snoy et d'Oppuers +, Jacques Solvay +, Svend O. Sorensen +, Shepard Stone +, Shirley Summerskill +, Michel Tatu +, Arthur R. Taylor +, Terkel Terkelsen +, Otto G. Tidemand +, Victor H. Umbricht +, Robert Vandeputte +, Gerrit A. Wagner +, Marcus Wallenberg +, Jack H. Warren +, Alan Westerman +, Otto Wolff von Amerongen +, Jelle Zijlstra +  and Elmo Zumwalt +
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