Group    From 15/11/1951 

British-German Association

Categories: Community / Clubs

Countries: Germany

The Association came into being in the House of Commons. Those involved in setting it up include: Sir George Catlin, Dr Thomas Mann, Dr Adolf GrimmeMinister of Education for Lower Saxony, Sir Gilbert Murray OM and Dr P Gooch OM. The Association exists to promote understanding and to forge links between Britain and Germany.

In 2005:
President: the Lord Watson of Richmond CBE
Chairman: Christoph Urban
Vice Chairmen: John A. Hobley and John S. Faulder

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
British-German Association

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Hanseatic merchants and 60 years of peace

Let's cover the easy bit first: The German at the end translates as “The old ...

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The Arts Lab

The Arts Lab

A centre for theatre, poetry, film, happenings and arts of all kinds. Originally founded by Jim Haynes at 182 Drury Lane, it was influential in inspiring many similar centres in the UK and Europe. ...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Gustavus Loehr

Gustavus Loehr

Mining engineer and co-founder of Rotary International. Born in Carlinville, Illinois. He moved to Chicago, where he met Paul Harris, Silvester Schiele and Hiram Shorey, and on the 23rd February 19...

Person, Community / Clubs, Engineering, USA

1 memorial
Devil Tavern

Devil Tavern

2, Fleet Street. Demolished 1787. Full title was the Devil and St Dunstan, the sign being the Devil's nose being tweaked by pincers wielded by the saint. It appears in a Hogarth illustration. T...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace

The materials used in the construction of the 1861 International Exhibition were sold and re-used in this building. Named after Princess Alexandra, newly married to the Prince of Wales, opened as "...

Place, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
Suzanne Eccles

Suzanne Eccles

Resident of Sutton and poet.

Person, Community / Clubs

1 memorial