Duncan Sandys

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In December 1947, Duncan Sandys, British Conservative MP, son-in-law of Winston Churchill and leader of the United Europe Movement in London, becomes President of the International Committee of the Movements for European Unity responsible for carrying out the preparations for the Congress of Europe in The Hague.

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Source: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne, Florence, Villa Il Poggiolo. Dépôts, DEP. Mouvement européen, ME. ME 406.

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Duncan Sandys