1964 Bilderberg Meeting Participant List

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Williamsburg Conference, Virginia, USA
20-22 March 1964

H.R.H. The Prince of the Netherlands

Honorary Secretary General for Europe:
Ernst H. van der Beugel

Honorary Secretary General for the United States:
Joseph E. Johnson
President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Honorary Treasurer:
Paul Rykens
Former Chairman of the Board of Unilever

Deputy Secretary General for Europe:
Arnold T. Lamping
Former Ambassador

Acheson, Dean Former Secretary of StateUnited States
Agnelli, Giovanni Vice-Chairman of the board and Managing Director, Fiat Co. Italy
Ball, George W. Under Secretary of StateUnited States
Baumel, Jacques Senator, Secretary General, “Union pour la Nouvelle République,” France
Baumgartner, Wilfrid S. Former Minister of FinanceFrance
Beer, Henrik Secretary General, League of Red Cross Societies International
Bennett, Frederic M. Member of ParliamentGermany
Berg, Fritz President, Federation of German Industries Germany
Birgi, M. Nuri Ambassador to NATOTurkey
Birrenbach, Kurt Member of ParliamentGermany
Brauer, Max Former Burgomaster of Hamburg; Member of ParliamentGermany
Buchan, Alastair Director, Institute for Strategic Studies United Kingdom
Bundy, McGeorge Special Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsUnited States
Cabot, Louis W. President, Cabot Corp. United States
Cisler, Walker L. IndustrialistUnited States
Collado, Emilio G. Vice President, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) United States
Dean, Arthur H. International Lawyer and DiplomatUnited States
Defferre, Gaston Department of National Assembly; Mayor of MarseilleFrance
Duncan, James S. Company DirectorCanada
Dundee, Lord Minster of State for Foreign AffairsUnited Kingdom
Erier, Fritz Member of Parliament, floor leader Social-Democratic Party Germany
Ford, Gerald R. CongressmanUnited States
Frelinghuysen, Peter H.B. CongressmanUnited States
Fulbright, J. William SenatorUnited States
Gallois, Pierre General, specialist in nuclear problems France
Griffin, Anthony G.S. BankerCanada
Gubbins, Sir Colin IndustrialistUnited Kingdom
Haekkerup, Per Minister of Foreign AffairsDenmark
Hauge, Gabriel President, Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. United States
Healey, Denis Member of Parliament; Labour Party Spokesman on DefenseUnited Kingdom
Heeney, Arnold D. P. Former Ambassador to the United States; Chairman, International Joint Commission on Water ResourcesCanada
Heinz II, Henry J. Chairman of the board, Heinz Co. United States
Herter, Christian A. Former Secretary of State; Special Representative for Trade NegotiationsUnited States
Hoegh, Leif ShipownerNorway
Holifield, Chet CongressmanUnited States
Jackson, Charles D. Senior Vice President, Time, Inc. United States
Jackson, Henry M. SenatorUnited States
Javits, Jacob K. SenatorUnited States
Jellicoe, Lord First Lord of the AdmiraltyUnited Kingdom
Kerchove d’Ousselchem, Nicolas W. de Assistant, “Ecole des Sciences politiques et sociales” Belgium
Kissinger, Henry A. Associate Professor, Harvard University Center for International Affairs United States
Kleffens, Eelco N. van Chief Representative in the United Kingdom of the European Coal and Steel CommunityInternational
Kundtzon, Harald General Manager, “Den Danske Landmandsbank,” Denmark
Kohnstamm, Max Vice president, Action Committee for a United States of Europe International
Koster, Henri J. de President, Federation of Netherlands Industries Netherlands
Krapf, Franz Chief of the Political Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany
Kuhlmann-Stumm, Knut Freiherr von Member of Parliament; floor leader of the Free Democratic PartyGermany
La Malene, Christian de Member of Parliament; Member of European ParliamentFrance
La Malfa, Ugo Member of ParliamentItaly
Lange, Halvard Minister of Foreign AffairsNorway
Lennep, Jonkheer Emile van Chairman, Monetary Committee, EEC; Chairman, Working Party 3 OECDInternational
Lindsay, Franklin A. President of ItekUnited States
Lipkowski, Jean de Diplomat; Member of Parliament; Member of European ParliamentFrance
Litchfield Jr., Lawrence Chairman of the board, Aluminum Co. of America [Alcoa] United States
Lolli, Ettore Deputy General Manager, “Banca Nazionale del Lavoro” Italy
Luns, Joseph M.A.H. Minister of Foreign AffairsNetherlands
Majonica, Ernst Member of ParliamentGermany
Malfatti, Franco M. Under Secretary Ministry of Industry and CommerceItaly
Mansholt, Sicco Vice President, EEC International
McCloy, John J. Lawyer and DiplomatUnited States
McGhee, George C. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of GermanyUnited States
Meynen, Johannes Managing Director, AKU Netherlands
Murphy, Robert D. President, Corning Glass International United States
Nebolsine, George International LawyerUnited States
Nykopp, Johan Former Ambassador; President of TampellaFinland
Pearson, Lester B. Prime MinisterCanada
Peccei, Aurelio Managing Director, Italconsult Italy
Pinay, Antoine Former Prime MinisterFrance
Rockefeller, David President, Chase Manhattan Bank United States
Roll, Sir Eric Economic Minister at the British Embassy to the United States; Head of the United Kingdom Treasury and Supply DelegationUnited Kingdom
Scaglia, Giovanni B. Member of Parliament; Vice Chairman, Christian Democratic Party Italy
Schmid, Carlo Vice President, Federal Parliament Germany
Schweitzer, Pierre-Paul Managing Director, International Monetary Fund International
Shulman, Marshall Research Associate, Russian Research Center, Harvard University; Professor of International Politics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy United States
Smith, H. Page Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (NATO) International
Snoy et d’Oppuers, Baron Managing Director, “Compagnie d’Outremer pour l’Industrie et la Finance” Belgium
Speidel, Hans Special Adviser on Defense MattersGermany
Stewart, Michael Member of ParliamentUnited Kingdom
Stikker, Dirk U. Secretary General of NATOInternational
Stone, Shepard Director, International Affairs Program, Ford Foundation United States
Terkelsen, Terkel Chief EditorDenmark
Umbricht, Victor H. Former Head of Swiss Treasury and Diplomat; President, CIBA Corp., New York Switzerland
Vittorelli, Paolo SenatorItaly
Wallenberg, Marcus Chairman, Federation of Swedish Industries Sweden
Westrick, Ludger Secretary of State, Office Federal Chancellor Germany
Winters, Robert H. IndustrialistCanada
Wolff von Amerongen, Otto Senior Partner, Otto Wolff Koln Germany
Wriston, Walter B. Executive Vice President, First National City Bank United States
Wyndham White, Eric Executive Secretary, GATT International
H.R.H. Princess BeatrixNetherlands
Braam Houckgeest, Andreas E. van Netherlands
Chiusano, Vittorino Italy
Humelsine, Carlisle United States
Mozer, Alfred E. Belgium
Roy, Bertie le Netherlands


March 20-22, 1964 – Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

The consequences for the Atlantic Alliance of:

I. apparent changes in the Communist world:
a) Soviet internal developments;
b) the Communist Bloc.

II. possible changes in the attitude of the USSR to the West.
III. recent developments within the Western world.
A) political:

1. how the Atlantic nations should organize themselves;
2. attitudes towards relations with the Communist countries including China.

B) military:

1. NATO strategy;
2. sharing of responsibility for nuclear deterrent.

C) economic:

1. recent developments in the Common Market notably in relation to agriculture and their impact;
2. UN Conference on trade and development, GATT/Kennedy Round;
3. International Finance:
a) balance of payments adjustment and capital markets;
b) liquidity and further evolution of the international monetary structure.
4. East-West trade:
a) trade with the USSR and European satellites;
b) trade with Communist China and Cuba;
c) trading rules and restrictions of credits;
d) coordination of Atlantic Community policy.

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