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Bernadotte

1. Folke , Count. 1895--1948, Swedish diplomat, noted for his work with the Red Cross during World War II and as United Nations mediator in Palestine (1948). He was assassinated by Jewish terrorists
2. Jean Baptiste Jules . 1764--1844, French marshal under Napoleon; king of Norway and Sweden (1818--44) as Charles XIV
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Starting in the same vein, but then taking on a quite different nature, was Lie's appointment in 1948 of Ralph Bunche (who served as director in the department of trusteeship) as representative of the Secretary-General in Palestine where he was supposed to support the mission of Count Folke Bernadotte as UN mediator.
They killed the international mediator Count Bernadotte on 17/9/1948 in Jerusalem, and killed in the last decade 1500 Palestinians children, and between this and that killed a number of Palestinians under the pretext of participating in the attack on the Olympic Village in Germany in 1972.
The summit was arranged with support from the Swedish Armed Forces, the Swedish National Police Board and the Folke Bernadotte Acadamy, among others.
In using Facebook, there are no costs to students for using it, and as a platform, Facebook is something that students are already using, so schools are beginning to--but [they] also strive to further leverage the technology to deliver key messages and information that they want students to have," says Alexandra Bernadotte, founder and CEO of Beyond 12, an organization that uses technology to bridge communication between secondary and higher education administration in order to graduate more underserved college students.
But their life together was not simple - when they met Swedish royalty could not wed commoners and King Gustav VI forbade his son from marrying Lilian for fear the Bernadotte dynasty would be wrecked.
Bertil's father, King Gustaf VI Adolf, ordered him to abstain from marrying Lilian, since that would jeopardise the survival of the Bernadotte dynasty.
Prince Bertil was soon placed in succession for the throne and his marrying of a commoner would ruin the Bernadotte dynasty.
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In her speech marking the official opening of the event on Sunday, Countess Bettina Bernadotte, President of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, urged the participants to experience what she called "the spirit of Lindau", "a shared enthusiasm for science and a shared desire to address challenges facing the world".
He was in Jerusalem on the Jordanian side when Israeli terrorists murdered Bernadotte.
The collection presented here looks primarily at the Bernadottes, the current Swedish royal family (taking the throne in 1814--literally taking the throne: the first of the line was Jean Baptiste Bernadotte, "a French officer in Napoleon's army," p.
The Red Cross expedition, sponsored by the Swedish government and captained by Count Folke Bernadotte, was made possible by secret negotiations between Bernadotte and SS chief Heinrich Himmler and was known for its now iconic white buses, which carried the prisoners to the safety of Sweden between March and May of 1945.