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Patrick Henry Bligh Wall

Patrick Henry Bligh Wall, British former member of Parliament. Member International Institute Strategic Studies, Royal Institute International Affairs, Royal Navy Sailing Association Conservative.; Club: Royal Yacht Squadron.

Background

  • Wall, Patrick Henry Bligh was born on October 14, 1916 in Bidston, Cheshire, England. Son of Henry Benedict and Gladys Elenor (Finney) Wall.

  • Education

    • Widowed; 1 child, Rosemary Elizabeth Beverley Wall Normand. Grad Downside, 1931-1939. Commissioned Second lieutenant Royal Marines, 1937.

      Advanced through grades to major, 1950, retired. Member of Parliament of Beverly, Yorkshire, 1954-1987. Member City Council, London, 1965-1977.

      President North Atlantic Assembly, 1983-1985.

    Career

    • Editor: Soviet Maritime Threat, 1973.

    Works

    • Author: Prelude to Detente, 1975. Editor: Soviet Maritime Threat, 1973. The Indian Ocean and the Threat to the West, 1975.

      Southern Oceans and the Security of the Free World, 1977. Decorated Legion of Merit (United States). Military Cross
    • Vol. Reserve decoration.

      Knighted, 1981.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member International Institute Strategic Studies, Royal Institute International Affairs, Royal Navy Sailing Association Conservative. Club: Royal Yacht Squadron.

    Connections

    • 1 child, Rosemary Elizabeth Beverley Wall Normand.
    • father: Henry Benedict Wall
    • mother: Gladys Elenor (Finney) Wall
    • child: Rosemary Elizabeth Beverley Wall Normand Wall
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