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  ARC - News and Features - Interview with Prince Philip
HRH the Prince Philip was the inspiration behind the original WWF network of religions and conservation in 1986.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, was born Prince of Greece and Denmark in Corfu on 10 June 1921; the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece.
Prince Philip was the first President of the World Wildlife Fund - UK (WWF) from its formation in 1961 to 1982, and International President of WWF (later the World Wide Fund for Nature) from 1981 to 1996.
www.arcworld.org /news.asp?pageID=1   (2783 words)

 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921- )
Prince of Greece and Denmark, with the style of His Royal Highness (H.R.H. Prince Philip of Greece)
Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)
Honorary Colonel, The Leicestershire and Derbyshire (Prince Albert's Own)Yeomanry
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  The Royal Family > The Golden Jubilee > 50 facts about The Duke of Edinburgh
Of his predecessors, Philip II of Spain was husband to Mary I. William III was co-Sovereign with Mary II, although she, as daughter of James II, was nearer to the throne.
Prince Philip served as President of the National Federation of Housing Associations in 1975-1980, and chaired the Inquiry into British Housing, which published two reports - in 1985 and 1991.
Prince Philip is a Freeman of the cities of Acapulco; Belfast; Bridgetown, Barbados; Cardiff; Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; Edinburgh; Glasgow; Guadalajara; London; Los Angeles; Melbourne; Nairobi.
www.royal.gov.uk /output/Page911.asp   (2445 words)

  Prince Charles - MSN Encarta
Prince Charles, born in 1948, prince of Wales and heir apparent to the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
He is the son of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Philip Mountbatten, duke of Edinburgh.
His titles, in addition to prince of Wales, are duke of Cornwall; duke of Rothesay; earl of Carrick; and Baron Renfrew, lord of the Isles and great steward of Scotland.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761555788/Prince_Charles.html   (671 words)

 Prince Philip
The fact remains just the same that Philip depends for all he is and all he has on the say-so of his late father- in- law, King George VI and after him his wife Queen Elizabeth II and her advisers.
Philip was part of this unsettling family experience at the age of 18 months.
Prince Edward at least had the courage to face up to Philip and resign from the Marines for the sake of a theatrical career, but his choice was hardly welcome to an aggressively macho father, who is still able to make Charles, soon to be fifty, burst into tears with the lash of his tongue.
www.britannia.com /history/biographies/philip.html   (1428 words)

 Prince Philip Biography (Royal Consort) — FactMonster.com
1964); as the eldest, Prince Charles is heir to the throne.
Both Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth are great-great-grandchildren of Queen Victoria; Philip is descended from Victoria through his mother's side of the family...
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 DNA - World - Prince Philip admired Hitler, Nazis - Daily News & Analysis
The Duke of Edinburgh was born Prince of Greece and Denmark on Corfu in 1921.
Prince Philip’s family links with the Hitler and the Nazis have been an open secret but this is the first time that the 84 year-old consort to the Queen has talked about them publicly.
Prince Philip himself fought on the side of the Allies in the Second World War before marrying the young Princess Elizabeth in 1947, five years before she became Queen.
www.dnaindia.com /report.asp?NewsID=1016646   (448 words)

 channel4.com - Real Lives - Prince Philip
The public perception of Prince Philip today tends to be that of an arrogant, cantankerous elderly man suffering from a severe case of foot-in-mouth disease.
In 1921, Philip was born on Corfu into the atmosphere of extreme uncertainty and danger that shrouded the Greek royal family.
This was brought to a halt by the unexpected death of George VI and Elizabeth's sudden accession to the throne.
www.channel4.com /history/microsites/R/real_lives/prince_philip.html   (783 words)

 Prince Philip
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was born Prince of Greece and Denmark on 10 June 1921 in Corfu.
Prince Philip is the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of Battenberg, the sister of Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
In 1947 Prince Philip became a naturalised British subject and married the Queen, at the time Princess Elizabeth.
www.biogs.com /famous/princephilip.html   (377 words)

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During Philip's expedition against Byzantium in 340, Alexander, then sixteen years old was left in Macedonia in the charge of the royal seal; at that time, he was anything but idle: he managed to subjugate the rebellious Maedi, a Thracian tribe.
Philip's last wife, Cleopatra, had borne a daughter a few days before his assassination, while Attalus, her uncle and guardian, had been sent on ahead to Asia to share the command of the forces with Parmenion.
A possible rival for the throne remained Attalus himself; the uncle of Cleopatra (Philip's last wife) was disaffected because of her murder and that of her daughter, but he had no claim to the throne of Macedonia; indeed, he was loyal to Philip and hostile to his assassin.
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When Prince Philip unveiled a plaque declaring Arsenal's new stadium open, onlookers might have been forgiven for feeling a little confused - as the inscription declared it was the Queen, not her husband, who had done the honours.
Prince Philip quickly consoled those disappointed by his wife's no-show on Thursday, however, by assuring dignitaries that in him they were getting "second to her the most experienced plaque unveiler".
Prince Philip, 85, seemed happy to step in at the last moment for his wife as he chatted to the team's captain Thierry Henry and met newcomer Theo Walcott at the £390-million Emirates Stadium in Islington, North London.
www.hellomagazine.com /royalty/2006/10/27/prince-philip   (455 words)

 Royalty.nu - British Royalty - Prince William of Wales and Prince Harry
Prince William Arthur Philip Louis was born on June 21, 1982 at St Mary's Hospital in London.
Prince Charles showed his sons no affection in public except on one occasion when he paused during a polo match to pat their heads.
Prince William Grows Up In 2000, Prince William graduated from Eton and passed three A-level exams, receiving an A in geography, a B in the history of art, and a C in biology.
www.royalty.nu /Europe/England/Windsor/William.html   (2610 words)

 BBC NEWS | UK | Prince Philip at 85
Prince Philip's naval career continued after he married Princess Elizabeth in 1947, but the poor health of the King, George VI, meant that the young couple had to take on more public duties.
In later life, Prince Philip said he was sorry that he had been unable to continue his career in the navy.
One of Prince Philip's most popular legacies is the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, which he launched in 1956 to encourage a spirit of initiative, adventure and self-discipline among young people.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/5055596.stm   (911 words)

 The Royalist - Prince Philip Puts The Record Straight
Prince Philip has offered an unexpected insight into his private life, personally altering an author's manuscript in which it was claimed he sleeps in a separate bed to his wife of almost 60 years, the Queen.
Speculation about the Queen and Prince Philip's sleeping arrangements hit new heights in 1982 when Buckingham Palace intruder Michael Fagan revealed how he'd infiltrated royal security and gained entry to the monarch's bedroom whilst she was still in bed.
In an age in which the media appear to (almost) see-all and hear-all, the ever pragmatic Prince Philip is clearly aware that, in some instances at least, there's only one way to combat the gossip and that's to face it head on.
www.theroyalist.net /content/view/1342/2   (897 words)

 HELLO! Profiles
Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark was born on the island of Corfu on June 10, 1921, to Prince Andrew of Greece and his wife Princess Alice, the eldest daughter of Louis Alexander Mountbatten.
Returning home in January 1946, Philip began courting the young Princess Elizabeth, a distant cousin whom he had first met when she was just 13 years old.
After his marriage, Philip continued to pursue a naval career until Elizabeth's accession to the throne on Feb 6, 1952, when he assumed the role of full-time consort with all its incumbent duties.
www.hellomagazine.com /profiles/princephilip   (407 words)

 Tinny Blair Blares For Prince Philip's Global Eco-Fascism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
EIR first documented the role of Prince Philip as the ``new Hitler'' in ``The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor,'' on Oct. 28, 1994.
Prince Philip's principal collaborators in launching the WWF as a funding and worldwide operations arm of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, were Sir Julian Huxley and Max Nicholson, both ardent advocates of eugenics and racial purification.
Huxley, Prince Philip, and the others, however, understood that, in their way of thinking, the two terms were interchangeable.
www.red-ice.net /news/2004/princephilipWWF.html   (2056 words)

 HRH Prince Philip
Prince Philip is the grandson of the HM King Peter II and HM Queen Alexandra.
Prince Philip is now working for a foreign financial institution in the City of London.
Prince Philip speaks English, Spanish and French, and is continuing his Serbian studies.
www.royalfamily.org /family/philip_bio.htm   (285 words)

 Chartered Society of Designers - Awards - Prince Philip Design Prize
The Prince Philip Designers Prize was instigated by our Patron, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, in 1959 and is organised annually by The Design Council.
The award is made to a British designer or design-team leader whose exemplary work has had an effect on the perception of design by the public, and on the status of designers in society.
He is one of a new breed of UK designers who has managed a virtual celebrity status by being not only creative but also capable of delivering the goods in a professional manner.
www.csd.org.uk /awards/prince_philip_design_prize.jsp   (334 words)

 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh | Royal Biographies
BORN ON JUNE 10, 1921, on the Greek island of Corfu, Prince Philip was the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece.
In 1947, Philip married Princess Elizabeth, now the Queen, to whom he was related.
Prince Philip is also keenly interested in science, technology, and the development of British industry.
www.infoplease.com /spot/royalbio3.html   (302 words)

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One picture from 1937 shows Prince Philip aged 16 with relatives at his sister Cecile’s funeral in dressed in SS and Brownshirt uniforms.
Philip said that he was never ‘conscious of anybody in the family actually expressing anti-Semitic views,’ but acknowledged that that there were ‘inhibitions about the Jews’ and ‘jealousy of their success.’
Philip fought for the Allies in WWII and married the young princess Elizabeth in 1947.
www.ynetnews.com /articles/0,7340,L-3224655,00.html   (410 words)

 A prince among men - Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh National Review - Find Articles
This, I presume, is the reason why Prince Philip is not wet like so many of his fellow royals, nor as lefty as even his own son, Prince Charles.
Philip is currently getting a going over by the intrusive British media following a biography of Queen Elizabeth by Sarah Bradford that alleges he not only cheats on his wife, he is also a difficult husband who shouts at the Queen.
The Queen has been madly in love with Philip since she was 13, and although in the book he is alleged to have berated her once and called her stupid -- for ordering some work in the park at Windsor -- even there I have my doubts.
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 Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Prince Philip, in his Foreward to If I Were an Animal; United Kingdom, Robin Clark Ltd., 1986.
I don't claim to have any special interest in natural history, but as a boy I was made aware of the annual fluctuations in the number of game animals and the need to adjust the ``cull'' to the size of the surplus population.
Introduction to ``The Population Factor'' section of Down to Earth by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1988.
www.prisonplanet.com /Pages/100604_prince_philip.html   (2135 words)

 EJP | News | UK | Prince Philip's family were jealous of Jews
Philip added that there was "a lot of enthusiasm for the Nazis at the time, the economy was good, we were anti-Communist and who knew what was going to happen to the regime?"
Philips was educated at a German public school called Salem, when the Jewish headmaster Kurt Hahn fled Nazi persecution, Philip followed him to the school he subsequently set up in Scotland.
Philip fought with the Allies in World War II and married Princess Elizabeth II in 1947, five years before she became queen.
ejpress.org /article/6840   (397 words)

 Is Prince Philip a god?
The proof of this remarkable relationship is three autographed photographs which Philip has discreetly sent to the tribe, and in the letters that have flowed between his staff and old chief Jack.
Simply background divine: Prince this Philip’s amazing pose relationship between the Prince and this remote tribe is equally bizarre and stretches back to long before Vanuatu, still a member nation of the Commonwealth, shook off its joint European masters in London and Paris in 1980.
However, the tribal elder has plenty of sons — and Prince Philip has three of his own — so there is always the possibility of a tribal gathering of royals and warriors in years to come.
www.religionnewsblog.com /14861/is-prince-philip-a-god   (2174 words)

 CNN - Prince Philip renews his reputation for gaffes - Dec. 19, 1996
The motion supporting a gun ban was started after a gunman entered a Dunblane, Scotland kindergarten classroom in March and shot 16 students and their teacher to death, then shot and killed himself.
Philip's remarks disparaging the pro-ban movement were seen by victims of the Dunblane massacre as insensitive.
But it was the first time the prince, who has a long history of unfortunate remarks, actually said he was sorry.
www.cnn.com /WORLD/9612/19/britain.prince.outrage   (632 words)

 Prince Philip News
THE Queen and Prince Philip unexpectedly graced Suffolk last night - but there was none of the usual pomp and circumstance expected of a royal visit.
Prince William would rather become a park ranger like his grandfather, Prince Philip Prince William has decided to turn his back on a long-term army career...
Working royals: The Queen and Prince Philip A documentary showing the working lives of the royals is one of the highlights of the BBC's line-up for next year.
www.topix.net /who/prince-philip   (642 words)

 The Royal Family > HRH The Duke of Edinburgh > Background
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth and Baron Greenwich, has been married to The Queen since 1947.
He was born Prince of Greece and Denmark in Corfu in 1921, but renounced his Royal title when he became a naturalised British subject in 1947.
After Princess Elizabeth became Queen, Prince Philip gave up his naval career to support The Queen in her duties.
www.royal.gov.uk /output/page5551.asp   (230 words)

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