E. G. Focke
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|E. G. Focke|
|Died||1961 (Age 47)|
In attendance at the first Bilderberg and two further Bilderbergs
Ernst Günter Focke was a secretary at the first Bilderberg.
He was leader of the Bonn office of the German Council on Foreign Relations from 1956 to his death in 1961.
He was General-Secretary of the German council of the European Movement from February 1952 (or possibly 1959) to April 1961; and also General-Secretary of the Europa-Union movement.
He was married to later [[SPD]-politician Katharina Focke (daughter of Ernst Friedländer), from 1954 until his death in 1961.
|The first Bilderberg meeting, attended by 68 men from Europe and the US, including 20 businessmen, 25 politicians, 5 financiers & 4 academics.|
|The third Bilderberg, in West Germany. The subject of a report by Der Spiegel which inspired a heavy blackout of subsequent meetings.|
|The 9th such meeting and the first one in Switzerland. 61 participants + 4 "in attendance". The meeting report contains a press statement, 4 sentences long.|
- ↑ Wegbegleiter der europäischen Integration. 60 Jahre Institut für Europäische Politik, page 83
- ↑ https://www.netzwerk-ebd.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Festschrift_07_EBD-Geschichte.pdf
- ↑ https://www.wikiwand.com/de/Europa-Union_Deutschland
- ↑ https://www.europa-union.de/ueber-uns/geschichte
- ↑ https://archives.eui.eu/en/isaar/244
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