Milner Group

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Group.png Milner Group
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Founder• Alfred Milner
• Cecil Rhodes
• Baron Nathan Rothschild
• Harry Johnston
• William T. Stead
HeadquartersLondon, UK
LeaderAlfred Milner
SubpageMilner Group/Inner Circle
Milner Group/Outer Circle
Milner Group/Society of the Elect
Membership• Alfred Milner
• Cecil Rhodes
• Baron Nathan Rothschild
• Sir Harry Johnston
• William T. Stead
• Reginald Brett
• B. F. Hawksley
• Lord Thomas Brassey
• Edmund Garrett
• Sir Edward Cook?
• Alfred Beit
• Sir Abe Bailey
• Earl Albert Grey
• Earl Archibald Primrose
• Arthur James Balfour
• Sir George R. Parkin
• Philip Lyttelton Gell
• Sir Henry Birchenough
• Sir Reginald Sothern Holland
• Arthur Lionel Smith
• Herbert A. L. Fisher
• William Waldegrave Palmer
• Sir Alfred Lyttelton?
• Sir Patrick Duncan
• Robert Henry Brand
• Philip Kerr
• Lionel Curtis
• Geoffrey Dawson
• Baron Edward Grigg
• Jan C. Smuts
• Leopold Amery
• Waldorf Astor
• Nancy Astor
• Sir Patrick Duncan
• Robert Henry Brand
• Philip Kerr
• Lionel Curtis
• William L. Hichens
• Geoffrey Dawson
• Edward Grigg
• Herbert A. L. Fisher
• Leopold Amery
• Richard Feetham
• Hugh A. Wyndham
• Sir Dougal Malcolm
• Basil Williams
• Basil Kellett Long
• Sir Abe Bailey
• Jan C. Smuts
• Sir William Marris
• James S. Meston
• Malcolm Hailey
• Flora Shaw
• Sir Beginald Coupland
• Waldorf Astor
• Nancy Astor
• Maurice Hankey
• Arnold J. Toynbee
• Laurence F. Bushbrook Williams
• Henry Vincent Hodson
• Vincent Todd Harlow
• Sir Patrick Duncan
• Robert Henry Brand
• Philip Kerr
• Lionel Curtis
• William L. Hichens
• Geoffrey Dawson
• Edward Grigg
• Herbert A. L. Fisher
• Leopold Amery
• Richard Feetham
• Hugh A. Wyndham
• Sir Dougal Malcolm
• Basil Williams
• Basil Kellett Long
• Sir Abe Bailey
• Jan C. Smuts
• Sir William Marris
• James S. Meston
• Malcolm Hailey
• Flora Shaw
• Sir Beginald Coupland
• Waldorf Astor
• Nancy Astor
• Maurice Hankey
• Arnold J. Toynbee
• Laurence F. Bushbrook Williams
• Henry Vincent Hodson
• Vincent Todd Harlow
• John Buchan
• Sir Fabian Ware
• Sir Alfred Zimmern
• Gilbert Murray
• Robert Cecil
• Sir James W. Headlam-Morley
• Frederick J . N . Thesiger
• Sir Valentine Chirol
• Edward F. L. Wood
• Sir Arthur Salter
• Sir Arthur H. D. B. Steel-Maitland
• William G. A. Ormsby-Gore
• Dame Edith Lyttelton
• Frederick Lugard
• Sir Starr Jameson
• Henry W. C. Davis
• John A. Simon
• Samuel J. G. Hoare
• Maurice P. A. Hankey
• Wilson Harris
• Francis Clarke?
• William G. S. Adams
• William K. Hancock?
• Ernest L. Woodward
• Sir Harold Butler
• Kenneth N. Bell
• Sir Donald B. Somervell
• Sir Maurice L. Gwyer
• Charles R. S. Harris
• Sir Edward R. Peacock
• Sir Cyril J. Radcliffe
• John W. Wheeler-Bennett
• Robert J. Stopford
• Robert M. Barrington-Ward
• Kenneth C. Wheare?
• Edward H. Carr
• Malcolm MacDonald
• Godfrey Elton
• Sir Neill Malcolm
• Freeman Freeman-Thomas
• Isaiah Berlin
• Roger M. Makins
• Sir Arthur Willert
• Ivison S. Macadam
• Arthur J. Glazebrook
• Sir George Parkin
• Vincent Massey
• George P. de T. Glazebrook
• Percy Corbett
• Sir Joseph Flavelle?
• George Louis Beer
• Frank Aydelotte
• Jerome Greene
• Clarence Steit?
• Jan C. Smuts
• Sir Patrick Duncan
• Sir Abe Bailey
• Basil K. Long
• Richard Feetham
• Sir James Rose-Innes?
• Sir Thomas Bavin
• Sir Frederic Eggleston
• Dudley D. Braham?
• Sir James Allen
• William Downie Stewart
• Arthur R. Atkinson
• Helmuth James von Moltke
• Adam von Trott zu Solz
The Milner Group was a key UK deep state group at the turn of the 20th century. It was exposed by Carroll Quigley, who claims that although of great importance, it was particularly difficult to track due to its control of the UK historical record.

The Milner Group was a key UK deep state group at the turn of the 20th century. It was exposed by Carroll Quigley, who claims that although of great importance, it was particularly difficult to track due to its control of the UK historical record.

World War I

The group played a major role in World War I.

World War II

Full article: Document:The Milner Group in Word War II

By 1939, the group's influence had significantly declined.[Why?] However, in the last chapter of The Anglo-American Establishment, entitled The Milner Group in World War II, Quigley wrote that the Milner Group "played a considerable role in the Second World War, not scattered throughout the various agencies associated with the great struggle, but concentrated in four or five chief fiefs."[1]

Exposure

This list was taken from Carroll Quigley's posthumously published work The Anglo-American Establishment and posted here in June 2018. See also:

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
South Africa/Deep stateAlfred Milner organized and developed a talented coterie of Oxford graduates inside his South African administration, men who by 1914 held critical positions of power in the City, the Conservative Party, the Civil Service, major newspapers and academia. Carroll Quigley specifically dedicated a chapter of his seminal Anglo-American Establishment to this "Milner's Kindergarten", the men who rose to high office in government, industry and politics. He appointed, trained and developed his chosen men to drive forward the Secret Elite agenda with conviction.”Gerry Docherty
Jim Macgregor
2017

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:The Milner Group in Word War IIWikispooks PageCarroll QuigleyThe concluding chapter of Quigley's magnum opus on the Milner Group.


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