Clive Rose

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Sir Clive Rose, (born 15 September 1921) was a British diplomat and right wing networker.

Background

Rose was the son of the Right Reverend Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose and Lois Juliet (née Garton). He was educated at Marlborough College and Christ Church College, Oxford (MA); in 1946 he married Elisabeth Mackenzie, daughter of Reverend Cyril Lewis, Gilston; they had two sons and three daughters.[1]

Career

  • During the war, Rose served as a Major in the Rifle Brigade, (1941-46), serving in Europe, (1944-45), India, (1945) and Iraq, (1945-46).
  • His diplomatic career began when he joined the Commonwealth Relations Office in 1948, and included: Office of the Deputy High Commissioner, Madras, (1948-49); Foreign Office, (1950-53); UK High Commission, Germany, (1953-54); British Embassy, Bonn, (1955); FO, (1956-59); 1st Secretary and Consul, Montevideo [Uruguay], (1959-62); FO, (1962-65); Commercial Counsellor, Paris [France], (1965-67); Imperial Defence College, (1968); Counsellor, British Embassy, Washington [United States], (1969-71); Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, (1971-73); Head, British Delegation to Negotiations on Mutual Reduction of Forces and Armaments and Associated Measures in Central Europe, Vienna [Austria], (1973-76); Deputy Secretary, Cabinet Office, (1976-79);[2]
  • UK Permanent Representative on North Atlantic Council (NATO), (1979-82).[3]
  • 1986 Control Risks Information Services a subsidiary of Control Risks Group board member[4]

Notes

  1. British Diplomatic Oral History Programme Transcript of interview Reference DOHP 74 Creator Rose, Sir Clive Martin Covering Dates 2003 Extent and Medium 1 file
  2. British Diplomatic Oral History Programme Transcript of interview Reference DOHP 74 Creator Rose, Sir Clive Martin Covering Dates 2003 Extent and Medium 1 file
  3. NATO UK Permanent Representative to NATO , accessed 26 January 2009
  4. The Times (London) November 7 1986, Friday Appointments SECTION: Issue 62609.