University of Vienna

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Formation1365
HeadquartersVienna, Austria
TypePublic
University located in Vienna, Austria.

The University of Vienna is a public research university located in Vienna, Austria. It was founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365 and is the oldest university in the German-speaking world. With its long and rich history, the university has developed into one of the largest universities in Europe, and also one of the most renowned, especially in the Humanities. It is associated with 21 Nobel prize winners and has been the academic home to many scholars of historical as well as of academic importance.


 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
William Bader8 September 193116 March 2016Spook
Historian
US spook who in 1967 brought to Congressional attention that the "Gulf of Tonkin Incident" was a fraud perpetrated by Defense Secretary Robert McNamara as a casus belli for the Vietnam War
Jean Bourgknecht16 September 190223 December 1964SwitzerlandPoliticianSwiss lawyer and politician
Michael Buergermeister30 June 1967Author
Filmmaker
Erhard Busek25 March 1941AustriaPoliticianAttended the 1981 Bilderberg as chairman of the Vienna’s People’s Party. Later Vice-Chancellor of Austria for 4 years. Chairman of European Forum Alpbach.
Herbert Cordt12 January 1947AustriaBusinessperson"In attendance" at the Bilderberg as an Economic Advisor to the Federal Minister of Finance
Brigitte Ederer27 February 1956AustriaPolitician
Banker
Negotiated Austria's accession to the European Union in 1994. Board of Siemens AG.
Heinz Fischer9 October 1938AustriaPoliticianPresident of Austria for 12 years. 3 Bilderberg
Alcide De Gasperi3 April 188119 August 1954ItalyPoliticianPrime Minister of Italy for over 7 years. Attended the First Bilderberg as President of the European Parliament.
Alfred Gusenbauer8 February 1960AustriaPolitician
Businessperson
Club de Madrid, quad Bilderberger Austrian politician
Erich Gysling17 July 1936SwitzerlandAuthor
Journalist
Publicist
Renowned Swiss journalist
Thomas Heine-Geldern19 August 1951AustriaLawyer
Businessperson
Austrian single Bilderberger
Theodore Herzl2 May 18603 July 1904Author
Journalist
Playwright
Activist
Peter Jankowitsch10 July 1933AustriaDiplomat
Politician
One of the closest collaborators of Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, ex-Bilderberg Steering committee
Bruno Kreisky22 January 191129 July 1990AustriaDiplomat
Politician
Single Bilderberger Austrian Chancellor
Erwin Lanc17 May 1930AustriaPolitician
Financier
Attended the 1979 Bilderberg as Austria/Minister of Interior
Beate Meinl-Reisinger25 April 1978AustriaPolitician
Heinrich Neisser19 May 1936GermanPolitician
Academic
Manfred Nowak26 June 1950AustriaLawyer
Werner Perger1942GermanJournalist
Lawyer
German journalist
Pamela Rendi-Wagner7 May 1971AustriaPolitician
Doctor
Austrian physician and vaccine expert catapulted to the Chairwoman of the Austrian Social Democratic Party (SPÖ) since November 2018. Bilderberg 2018.
Gerhard Roiss1952AustriaBusinesspersonAustrian businessman
Alexander Schallenberg20 June 1969AustriaDiplomat
Politician
'You don’t only have rights, you have obligations'
Guido Schmidt-Chiari13 September 193221 August 2016AustriaFinancierAustrian financier. CEO of Creditanstalt. Trilateral Commission. Bilderberg 1988 and 1991
Wolfgang Schüssel7 June 1945AustriaPolitician
Kurt Waldheim21 December 191814 June 2007AustriaDiplomat
Lawyer
Austrian politician and diplomat. Waldheim was the fourth Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981, and President of Austria from 1986 to 1992, when he was victim of a Israeli smear campaign.
Gerhard Zeiler20 July 1955AustriaBusinesspersonCEO of the pan-European broadcast group RTL


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