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1832 saw the founding of the now infamous Skull & Bones fraternity, that continues to this day.

Skull and Bones

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1832 was the year in which Skull and Bones secret society was started, which remains one of the most elite college fraternities to this day, with strictly limited membership. Exposed by Antony Sutton, it continues to play an important influence in the development of deep state networks.


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TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
Frederick Sleigh Roberts30 September 1832India
14 November 1914SoldierVery highly decorated soldier and advocate of conscription.
Andrew Dickson White7 November 1832New York
4 November 1918Diplomat
US bonesman,university president and diplomat.


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