Louis Mountbatten

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Person.png Louis Mountbatten   WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(mariner, royalty)
Born Prince Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas of Battenberg
1900-06-25
Windsor, United Kingdom
Died 27 August 1979 (Age 79)
Mullaghmore, Ireland
Alma mater Christ's College (Cambridge)
Religion Anglicanism
Children • Patricia Knatchbull
• Pamela Hicks
Parents • Prince Louis of Battenberg
• Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine
Spouse Edwina Ashley
Victim of assassination

Employment.png First Sea Lord Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
18 April 1955 - 19 October 1959

Employment.png Governor-General of India Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
15 August 1947 - 21 June 1948
Preceded by Louis Mountbatten

Employment.png Viceroy of India Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
12 February 1947 - 15 August 1947
Succeeded by Louis Mountbatten

Employment.png Chief of the Defence Staff

In office
13 July 1959 - 15 July 1965

Lord Louis Mountbatten...

Attempt to create a "Commonwealth Bilderberg group"

Phillip Murphy has suggested that having attended Bilderberg "in the late 1950s and early 1960s" Harold Wilson was "sufficiently persuaded of [Bilderberg]'s value and influence in international matters to give consideration to the formation of a commonwealth Bilderberg group with Prince Phillip as its figurehead."[1][2][3] This idea, promoted by Louis Mountbatten and Prince Phillip was ultimately unsuccessful.[4]

 

Event Participated in

EventDateLocation(s)
Bilderberg/19652 April 1965 - 4 April 1965Villa d'Este
Italy
 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:The CIA and MountbattenarticleSteve Dorril


References

  1. Bilderberg People: Elite Power and Consensus in World Affairs, p.30 Ian Richardson, Andrew Kakabadse, Nada Kakabadse
  2. http://modernhistoryproject.org/mhp?Article=FinalWarning&C=8.3
  3. By invitation only: Lord Mountbatten, Prince Philip, and the attempt to create a Commonwealth ‘Bilderberg group’, 1964–66 - The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History Volume 33, Issue 2, 2005 (Paywalled)?
  4. The Strange Demise of British Canada: The Liberals and Canadian Nationalism 1964-68 By C.P. Champion


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