Difference between revisions of "Matthew B. Ridgway"

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|birth_date=1895-03-03
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|birth_place=Fort Monroe, Virginia, U.S.
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|death_date=1993-07-26
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|death_place=Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania, U.S.
 
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|title=Supreme Allied Commander Europe
 
|title=Supreme Allied Commander Europe
 
|employer=NATO
 
|employer=NATO
 
|start=30 May 1952
 
|start=30 May 1952
|end=11 Jul 1953}}
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|end=11 Jul 1953
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==Bilderberg==
 
==Bilderberg==

Latest revision as of 02:17, 14 September 2015

Person.png Matthew B. Ridgway  Rdf-icon.png
(soldier)
Born1895-03-03
Fort Monroe, Virginia, U.S.
Died1993-07-26 (Age 98)
Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Employment.png Supreme Allied Commander Europe Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
30 May 1952 - 11 Jul 1953
EmployerNATO
Preceded byDwight D. Eisenhower
Succeeded byAlfred Gruenther

Bilderberg

Matthew B. Ridgway had left the job of Supreme Allied Commander Europe before the first Bilderberg meeting. All subsequent SACEURs attended the group at least once, until John Shalikashvili (1992-1993), after which attendance seems to have become the exception rather than the rule.


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