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

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British-German Association

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Hanseatic merchants and 60 years of peace

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