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Carrington, Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, Baron, 1919-2018

LC control no.n 87879514
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Personal name headingCarrington, Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, Baron, 1919-2018
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Variant(s)Carington, Peter Alexander Rupert, Baron Carrington, 1919-2018
Carrington, Lord, 1919-2018
Birth date1919-06-06
Death date2018-07-09
Place of birthAylesbury (England)
AffiliationNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Great Britain. Department of Energy
Great Britain. Ministry of Defence
Great Britain. Admiralty
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Conservative Party (Great Britain)
Profession or occupationNobility Politicians Cabinet officers
Found inHis NATO e sicurezza europea, 1986?: t.p. (The Rt. Hon. Lord Carrington; Secretary General of NATO) p. 9-10 (Has held various positions in the government of Great Britain; became Secretary General of NATO in June, 1984)
Dod's Parliamentary companion, 1984: p. 51, under Lords of Parliament (Carrington (6th Baron, Ir.), Peter Alexander Rupert Carington; b. 6/6/19)
World book year book, 1980 (Carrington, Lord (1919-); Peter Alexander Rupert Carington)
BLAISE, 8/87 (Carrington, Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, Baron)
New York times WWW site, viewed July 10, 2018 (Lord Carrington; b. Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, June 6, 1919, on his family's estate near Aylesbury, England (the family name has one "R" and its hereditary title two, an eccentricity decided by the College of Arms when an ancestor, Robert Smith, took the name Carington and was designated First Baron of Carrington by King George III in 1796); d. Monday [July 9, 2018], aged 99; versatile British politician who held senior posts under Conservative prime ministers from Winston Churchill to Margaret Thatcher and who was secretary general of NATO in the last years of the Cold War)
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Associated languageeng
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