| Irving Brown |
(Trade unionist, spook)
|Born||5 October 1911|
Bronx, New York City, United States
|Died||14 July 1989 (Age 77)|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Founder of||American Institute for Free Labor Development|
Established in France, he headed the international relations of the AFL-CIO from his offices at 10, rue de la Paix in Paris. From 1951 to 1954, the CIA division headed by Thomas Braden provided $1 million a year to Brown and Lovestone ($1,600,000 in 1954).
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1956||11 May 1956||13 May 1956||Denmark|
|The 4th Bilderberg meeting, with 147 guests, in contrast to the generally smaller meetings of the 1950s. Has two Bilderberg meetings in the years before and after|
|Congress for Cultural Freedom/Founding Conference||26 June 1950||29 June 1950||Founded the Congress for Cultural Freedom. The participants had a "a culpable incuriosity about funding" of the luxurious conference, which was later exposed as CIA money.|
- Frédéric Charpier, La CIA en France. 60 ans d'ingérence dans les affaires françaises, Seuil, 2008, p. 40-43. See also Les belles aventures de la CIA en France, 8 January 2008, Bakchich.