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==Later Activities==
==Later Activities==
He is on three of the four known attendance lists of [[Le Cercle]], from 1983-1985.<ref>http://isgp.nl/organisations/Cercle/1983_06_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>http://isgp.nl/organisations/Cercle/1984_07_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>http://isgp.nl/organisations/Cercle/1985_02_Cercle_Washington_DC_meeting.pdf</ref>
He is on three of the four known attendance lists of [[Le Cercle]], from 1983-1985.<ref>https://isgp-studies.com/organisations/Cercle/1983_06_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>https://isgp-studies.com/organisations/Cercle/1984_07_Cercle_Bonn_meeting.pdf</ref><ref>http://isgp.nl/organisations/Cercle/1985_02_Cercle_Washington_DC_meeting.pdf</ref>

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Person.png Neil McLean  Rdf-icon.png
(spook, deep politician)
Sutherland, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died1986-11-17 (Age 67)
London, England, United Kingdom
Member ofLe Cercle

Army Career

In 1941 he was transferred to the the Special Operations Executive.


Following a Nasserite coup in Yemen in September 1962, Julian Amery (also a member of Le Cercle) met with King Hussein of Jordan and agreed to send McLean to report on the situation.[1] In late March 1963, Amery met with Neil McLean, David Stirling, Col Brian Franks and Alec Douglas-Home to organise an unofficial mercenary operation.[2]

Later Activities

He is on three of the four known attendance lists of Le Cercle, from 1983-1985.[3][4][5]

28 November 1918|17 November 1986| 

Events Participated in

Le Cercle/1983 (Bonn)30 June 19833 July 1983Germany
Le Cercle/1984 (Bonn)5 July 19847 July 1984Germany
Le Cercle/1985 (Washington)7 January 198510 January 1985US
Washington DC


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