Bilderberg/1956

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The top of the 1956 guest list
Date11 May 1956 - 13 May 1956
LocationFredensborg,  Denmark
ParticipantsPrince Bernhard, Terence Airey, Robert André, Ralph Assheton, Prince Axel of Denmark, George Ball, Guerin De Beaumont, Omer Becu, Fritz Berg, George Barry Bingham, Robert Blum, Pierre Bonvoisin, Robert Boothby, Max Brauer, Irving Brown, Fraser W. Bruce, Carl J. Burckhardt, Anthony Buzzard, Raffaele Cafiero, Victor Cavendish-Bentinck, Hakon Christiansen, Walker L. Cisler, René Clement-Cuzin, John S. Coleman, Auguste Cool, Geoffrey Crowther, Clement Davies, Arthur Hobson Dean, Fernand Dehousse, D. Sefton Delmer, Joseph N. Dodge, Jean Drapier, Pierre Dupuy, Fritz Erler, Amintore Fanfani, Maurice Faure, John H. Ferguson, Ralph E. Flanders, John Foster, Oliver Franks, Hugh Gaitskell, Robert L. Garner, C. J. Geddes, Gerhard P. Th. Geyer, Clinton S. Golden, Herbert Gross, Alfred M. Gruenther, Colin Gubbins, Baron J. Guillaume, Walter Hallstein, Gabriel Hauge, Jens Christian Hauge, Denis Healey, Michael Heilperin, Henry J. Heinz II, Rolf Heyn, H. M. Hirschfeld, Leif Høegh, Paul G. Hoffman, John Hope, H. Montgomery Hyde, Hastings Ismay, C. D. Jackson, Nelson Dean Jay, P. Kanellopoulos, P. J. Kapteyn, George F. Kennan, John Keswick, Kurt-Georg Kiesinger, E. N. van Kleffens, V. J. Koningsberger, Ole Bjørn Kraft, Jean Letourneau, P. M. A. Leverkuehn, Sjur Lindebrække, Edward Littlejohn, Giovanni F. Malagodi, Robert Marjolin, Edward S. Mason, Reginald Maudling, Andre Maurois, George C. McGhee, Alexander Menne, Moe Finn, Fritz P. Molden, Guy Mollet, Roger Motz, Rudolf Mueller, Robert Murphy, George Nebolsine, Paul Nitze, Keith Officer, Bertil Ohlin, J. H. Oldenbroek, H. Oosterhuis, J. J. Ooyevaar, Duncan Oppenheim, Cola Parker, Antoine Partrat, Giulio Pantore, George W. Perkins, Jacques Piette, Harry Pilkington, Antoine Pinay, Panayotis Pipinelis, Alberto Pirelli, Pietro Quaroni, Alfred Robens, N. A. Robertson, David Rockefeller, Chester A. Ronning, Ludwig Rosenberg, Paolo Rossi, Denis de Rougemont, Dean Rusk, Pierre Ryckmans, Paul Rykens, Rickard Sandler, Gino Scarpa, Carlo Schmid, Ernst Georg Schneider, W. F. Schnitzler, John Slessor, Hans Günther Sohl, Joseph P. Spang Jr., John J. Sparkman, Charles Spofford, M. P. L. Sternberghe, Dolf Sternberger, Thomas Stone, Terkel Terkelsen, Herbert L. G. Tingsten, H. Troeger, Ruy Ennes Ulrich, Vittorio Valetta, Etienne de la Vallee Poussin, G. M. Verrijn Stuart, André Voisin, M. Waldenström, H. F. van Walsem, Clifton Webb, Francis O. Wilcox, Jean Willems, Tom Williamson, Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Zafrulla Khan, Paul van Zeeland, J. D. Zellerbach
PerpetratorsBilderberg/Steering committee

The 1956 Bilderberg Meeting was the 4th such meeting and the first in Denmark. It had participants from Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It was held at Fredensborg, Denmark. The guest list of the 1956 Bilderberg was found among Hugh Gaitskell's papers and posted on the internet. The 148 guests included 30 business executives, 44 politicians, 8 financiers, 5 editors/journalists and 9 academics. The next meeting was the 1957 February Bilderberg.

Contributors

Richard A. Gard wrote a speech entitled Asia and the west in the free world.[1]

Agenda

As of November 2017, the report of the 1956 Bilderberg has not yet been leaked online. However, the website at Bilderberg Meetings has the following agenda:

1. Review of developments since the last Conference

2. The causes of the growth of anti-Western blocs, in particular in the United Nations

3. The role played by anti-colonialism in relations between Asians and the West

4. A common approach by the Western world towards China and the emergent nations of South and East Asia

5. The communist campaign for political subversion or control of the newly emancipated countries of Asia

6. How the West can best meet Asian requirements in the technical and economic fields

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
Terence AireyEarly Bilberberg Steering committee. UK soldier
Otto Wolff von AmerongenBilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician
Robert AndréAttended the first Bilderberg and 2 more, president of the "Syndicat de Petrole"
Ralph Assheton
George BallUS deep politician who attended all 40 Bilderberg meetings up to his death, he helped make key decisions about post-WW2 Europe.
Guerin De Beaumont
Omer Becu
Victor Cavendish BentinckChairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee, diplomat, 7 Bilderbergs
Fritz Berg13 Bilderbergs, Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie President for 23 years
Prince BernhardArms dealer.
George Barry BinghamUS businessman who attended 2 more Bilderbergs in the 1950s after the first one
Robert Blum
Pierre BonvoisinAttended the first Bilderberg and three more. Father of Benoît de Bonvoisin
Robert Boothby
Max BrauerMayor of Hamburg. One of a dozen men whom Józef Retinger consulted when setting up the Bilderberg
Irving Brown
Fraser BruceUnknown attendee of 3 early Bilderberg meetings.
Carl Burckhardt
Anthony Buzzard
Raffaele Cafiero
Hakon ChristiansenDanish businessman. Bilderberg Steering committee.
Walker CislerAs well as the first Bilderberg, he attended the next four, and 3 more in the early 1960s, US businessman
René Clement-Cuzin
John Coleman
Auguste Cool
Geoffrey Crowther
Clement Davies
Arthur DeanChairman and senior partner of Sullivan & Cromwell, where he worked closely with John Foster Dulles
Fernand Dehousse
Sefton DelmerWWII UK propagandist, single Bilderberger
Joseph Dodge
Jean DrapierLittle known early triple Bilderberger Belgian lawyer
Pierre DupuyCanadian diplomat. Like his son, Michel Dupuy, a Bilderberger diplomat
Fritz ErlerSPD Deputy chair. Bilderberger
Amintore FanfaniQuad bilderberger, Italian PM
Maurice Faure
John FergusonUS lawyer, attended the first Bilderberg and 7 others in the 1950s. US Ambassador to Morocco 1962-64
Moe Finn
Ralph Flanders
John FosterUS Nuclear physicist who attended the first Bilderberg and two more.
Oliver FranksBilderberg philosopher
Hugh GaitskellA UK Labour politician who reportedly died of a rare illness in hospital.
Robert Garner
C. J. Geddes
Axel Georg
George W. Perkins
Gerhard P. Th. Geyer
Clinton GoldenDouble Bilderberger
Herbert Gross
Alfred Gruenther
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