University of Heidelberg

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MottoSemper apertus
HeadquartersHeidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
One of the oldest universities in Germany and the world

Heidelberg University is a public research university in Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Founded in 1386 on instruction of Pope Urban VI, Heidelberg is Germany's oldest university and one of the world's oldest surviving universities.

As of 2021, 57 Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the city of Heidelberg and 33 with the university itself.[1] Modern scientific psychiatry, psychopharmacology, psychiatric genetics,[2] environmental physics,[3] and modern sociology[4] were introduced as scientific disciplines by Heidelberg faculty. Approximately 1,000 doctorates are completed every year, with more than one third of the doctoral students coming from abroad.[5][6]

During the 1960s and 1970s, the university grew dramatically in size. At this time, it developed into one of the main scenes of the left-wing student protests in Germany.[7] In 1975, a massive police force arrested the entire student parliament AStA. Shortly thereafter, the building of the Collegium Academicum, a progressive college in immediate vicinity to the university's main grounds, was stormed by over 700 police officers and closed once and for all.


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Gerardo BrogginiLaw Professor19621968Attended Bilderberg/1965


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Marieluise Beck25 June 1952Member of the German Integrity Initiative who led the German Green party to a highly militaristic stance
Gerardo Broggini16 November 192629 October 2018SwitzerlandLawyerSwiss law professor and one of the pioneers of European legal integration. Attended Bilderberg/1965
Nejat Eczacıbaşı5 January 19136 October 1993TurkeyChemist
Deep state operative
Triple Bilderberger Turkish businessman who co-founded Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association
Joseph Goebbels29 October 18971 May 1945GermanPolitician
Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda under Adolf Hitler
Herbert Grünewald12 September 192114 July 2002GermanyChemist
Attended the 1980 Bilderberg as Chairman of the Board of German pharma company Bayer, expanded heavily to North America.
Stephan Harbarth19 December 1971GermanPolitician
President of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany with an itch to censor independent media. Previously corporate lawyer/lobbyist and politician.
Henry Jarecki15 April 1933Financier
Billionaire in Epstein's Black book
Silvana Koch-Mehrin17 November 1970GermanPolitician
WEF/Young Global Leaders 2005. Promising euro-politician from the German FDP until revelations that she had plagiarized large parts of her doctoral thesis.
Helmut Kohl3 April 193016 June 2017GermanPoliticianAttended 3 Bilderbergs in the 1980s. Chancellor of Germany 1982-1998
Karl-Heinz Lambertz4 June 1952BelgiumPoliticianBelgian politician from the German-speaking minority who president of the European Committee of the Regions 2010-2020.
Richard Löwenthal15 April 19089 August 1991GermanJournalist
Deep state operative
A Jewish exile from Nazi Germany, he soon was attached to US and UK intelligence services. After the war became a major intellectual in the Social Democratic Party of Germany, and often consulted by the SPD’s leaders, especially Willy Brandt and Ernst Reuter. He attended the 1968 Bilderberg conference.
W. Somerset Maugham25 January 187416 December 1965UKAuthor
English writer, known for his plays, novels and short stories. He also was an intelligence operative during World War 1 and the Russian Revolution.
Karl Schiller11 April 191126 December 1994GermanEconomistSingle Bilderberger German politician
James Theberge28 December 193020 January 1988Diplomat
US Cold War diplomat to Latin America
Max Weber21 April 186414 June 1920GermanAcademic
Manfred Wörner24 September 193413 August 1994GermanPoliticianDeep state operative? Secretary General of NATO.