I watched an hour of CNN’s series on Princess Diana ‘England’s Rose’ and wondered why the Spencer family was being – USED – in a covert chess game Harry Windsor appears to be aware of. Why was Ireland neutral in World War Two? Why did American troops -fight in their stead? Why did Scottish Nationalits try to forge a Nazi Alliance?
I might be kin to Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow looks like Woodwose. Wilson did the United States wrong by getting us into World War One, that was a royal family dispute that resembles the Thirty Years War that included Elizabeth Stewart marrying Frederick of the Palantine. This union begat King George who sent his royal army, and Hussars, to the New World to put down a rebellion that was fought by the Scott-Irish who have had a Free Scotland in mind. Harry descends from King Malcome.
My claim to the Bohemian lands seized by Hitler, via my ancestor, John Wilson, looms large as it is almost certain that Putin will invade the Ukraine. This concerns the Czech Republic, from here the Prescos hail. I suspect Margaret Thatcher and the Rougemont Freemasons are behind the marriage of Charles to Diana Spencer-Churchill because she and her backer feared the Anti-War Bohemian-Hippie Movement that would leave Great Britian looking down the barrel of the Soviet Union. I am sure Putin knows all about these intrigues, and may be the motive he back the Trumpites. A Deceived and Divided United States would keep our Democracy out of World War Three. For this reason, I render Victoria Rosemond Bond, the non-lover of Myriam Starfish Christling.
Keep in mind Fair Rosamond (Rosabelle) is associated with the Spencer-Churchill family, and, the American families kin to Jennie Jerome. Winston was looking after the interests of wealthy capitalists who ended up own ninety percent of the world’s wealth. If the attempt on Hitler’s life was successful, then Britain and the United States would be ruled by Royal Nazis associated with the folks who built the Fairytale Castle we see above. It is a good thing – Hitler survived! If a less radical crazy-man had come to power – who did not hate the Jews – then even Russians would be speaking German. The wealthy capitalists behind the Crazy Evangelical Cult, wish Trump had not become president – then lost!
I am of Prussian ancestry. This heritage has fallen away. I am now of the Rice Family of Whales, the land King Arthur hail. How interesting that Charles married a woman whose middle name is Rosemary, the daughter of Rosalind.
Vincent Rosemond Rice
Churchill was born on 30 November 1874 at his family’s ancestral home, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. On his father’s side, he was a member of the British aristocracy as a direct descendant of the 1st Duke of Marlborough. His father, Lord Randolph Churchill, representing the Conservative Party, had been elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Woodstock in 1873. His mother, Jennie, was a daughter of Leonard Jerome, a wealthy American businessman.
In 1876, Churchill’s paternal grandfather, John Spencer-Churchill, was appointed Viceroy of Ireland, then part of the United Kingdom. Randolph became his private secretary and the family relocated to Dublin. Winston’s brother, Jack, was born there in 1880. Throughout much of the 1880s, Randolph and Jennie were effectively estranged, and the brothers were mostly cared for by their nanny, Elizabeth Everest. Churchill later wrote that “she had been my dearest and most intimate friend during the whole of the twenty years I had lived”.
Elizabeth Stuart (19 August 1596 – 13 February 1662) was Electress of the Palatinate and briefly Queen of Bohemia as the wife of Frederick V of the Palatinate. Because her husband’s reign in Bohemia lasted for just one winter, Elizabeth is often referred to as the “Winter Queen”.
Elizabeth was the second child and eldest daughter of James VI and I, King of Scotland, England, and Ireland, and his wife, Anne of Denmark. With the demise of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, the last Stuart monarch in 1714, Elizabeth’s grandson by her daughter Sophia of Hanover succeeded to the British throne as George I, initiating the Hanoverian dynasty.
Camilla Rosemary Shand was born at King’s College Hospital, London, on 17 July 1947.[fn 2] She grew up in The Laines—an 18th-century country house in Plumpton, East Sussex—and a three-storey house in South Kensington, her family’s second home. Her parents were British Army officer-turned-businessman Major Bruce Shand and his wife Rosalind, the daughter of Roland Cubitt, 3rd Baron Ashcombe.
At the outbreak of the First World War, James Connolly was president of the Irish Neutrality League and was prosecuted for a banner reading “We serve neither King nor Kaiser but Ireland”; Connolly and the other leaders of the 1916 Rising sought military aid from Germany, and some countenanced a German prince becoming king of independent Ireland. In the 1921 negotiations leading to the Anglo-Irish Treaty, Erskine Childers envisaged the Irish Republic having a neutral status guaranteed in international law on the model of Belgium and Switzerland. However, the Free State established under the Treaty as signed was a Dominion of the British Commonwealth, with the UK retaining responsibility for Ireland’s marine defence as well as three naval bases, the “Treaty Ports“.
Scottish nationalists tried to forge Nazi alliance
British code breakers intercepted rebels’ proposals for a republic
Renegade Scottish nationalists proposed an alliance with Germany in the second world war so as to set up a Scottish republic while England was under attack, documents released yesterday by the public record office reveal.
The interceptions by British code breakers revealed that communications between the head of the German legation in Dublin and his superiors in Berlin included a memorandum, received on August 15, 1943, from a group known as the Scottish Independent Movement.
The memo contained proposals for a German Scottish alliance “as a weapon in the fight against the gross materialism of the capitalistic-communistic union of English, Americans, Bolsheviks etc”.
According to the memo, the group asked the Germans to broadcast to Scotland on the German wireless. They also wanted an Irish republican “versed in the Scottish independence movement” sent to Germany, and the Germans to separate conscripted Scots prisoners from other PoWs.
The group asked for Scotland to be spared from German bombing and requested that during the “impending attack on England” certain republicans and some war material should be sent to Scotland from Ireland to take advantage of the general panic in England to proclaim a “Scottish republic”.
The final request by the Scots was for Germany to call an “international congress of liberation” at which Scotland would be represented, and for a Celtic union with headquarters in Dublin.
The head of the German legation in Dublin, Eduard Hempel, told his superiors that he “obviously could not have anything to do with the business in any shape or form”. However his orders from Berlin requested that Hempel “explore the possibility of utilising the movement as a source of information about what is going on in England”.
According to the British intelligence reports, the only information Hempel could glean from the Scots group was that an oil pipeline had been built alongside the Caledonian canal.
A report by MI5, who carried out an investigation into the Scottish nationalists, described its individual members as “mischievous and potentially dangerous” although it dismissed the organisation itself as being of little consequence.
The German communications between Dublin and Berlin also revealed to the British that three IRA members asked the German legation if they could go to Germany to be trained to carry out terrorist acts in Northern Ireland.
Other documents released yesterday at the public record office highlight the animosity felt by the British government – and Winston Churchill in particular – towards the Irish government during the war.
In a 1943 memo to Clement Attlee concerning the failure of the Irish government to confiscate a wireless transmitter from the German legation in Dublin, Churchill wrote: “I think we must endure this abominable state of things for the present. Their conduct [the Irish] will never be forgiven by the British nation unless it is amended before the end. This in itself would be a great disaster. It is our duty to try to save these people from themselves. Any proposals that you make to terminate the enemy representation in Dublin will be immediately considered by me. We ought not to shake the difficulties unduly for the sake of a quiet life.”
Perched on a steep hilltop in southern Germany, the striking turrets of Hohenzollern Castle rise in contrast to the rolling countryside that surrounds them. The fortress is the ancestral seat of Germany’s last imperial family. If the country still had a monarchy today, the castle’s owners would be its royal family, led by Georg Friedrich, whose ceremonial title is also his legal surname: Prince of Prussia.Inside, the would-be Kaiser Prince Georg cranes his neck towards an ornate family tree painted on the wall behind him. He proudly describes his lineage, which traces back through centuries of kings and queens who ruled over Prussia (a once-vast area that included parts of modern-day Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Russia and Denmark) through German monarchs like his great-great-grandfather, the Kaiser who led the country into World War I.But, along with the castle and the wealth, Prince Georg has also inherited a very public and, at times, ugly legal battle with authorities to reclaim a family fortune confiscated after the fall of the Nazis. According to Prince Georg, the vast collection of more than 10,000 items includes everything from priceless artworks to the opulent heirlooms of German history’s most powerful and important family.