Jules Guillaume

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(diplomat, Belgian nobility)
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Baron Guillaume receives the French Grand-croix de la Légion d'honneur in 1955
Born26 March 1892
Died6 October 1962 (Age 70)
Belgian diplomat and single Bilderberger. Secretary for King Baudouin.

Baron Jules Guillaume was a Belgian diplomat and Secretary for the King.


Jules came from a family of Belgian nobles and diplomats. He was grandson of Henri Guillaume. In 1933, he married Élisabeth Wittouck (1903-1978), daughter of Frantz Wittouck. He fathered of Philippe, Cécile, Alain and Béatrice Guillaume.


He was part of the Belgian delegation to the negotiations of the Treaty of Versailles.

He held numerous diplomatic posts, notably in Beijing, London and Paris, and played a major role in the reorganization of King Baudouin's cabinet.


Event Participated in

Bilderberg/195611 May 195613 May 1956Denmark
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