Translator: Davood Salehan
Louis Mountbatten (1900-1979), who was known as "Uncle Dickie" among the British royal family members, entered Great Britain's Navy in 1916 and was the commander of the force during World War II. In the years 1943-1946 he controlled Allied Naval Command in Southeast Asia, and during his time he managed to expel the Japanese army from Burma. For this reason, in 1946m he was granted to the title of Viscount and in next year he was granted to title of Earl Mountbatten Burma, Baron Romzy and reached the position of Navy. In the years 1947-1948, Lord Mountbatten Burma was in the Viceroy and of India. His is the last Viceroy of Great Britain in India and the power of Great Britain was transferred to two new Republic of India and Pakistan during his rule and by his effective organization. Lord Mountbatten achieved Admiral, the highest grade in the Navy of Great Britain, and from 1955 to 1959, he was the first Lord of the Admiralty and then he was the chief of armed forces of Great Britain until his retirement (1969). In August 28, 1979, the "IRA" blew up Lord Mountbatten's yacht in the waters of Ireland and killed him.
Lord Mountbatten Burma was a close person to Edward VIII, George VI and Elizabeth II and during the reign of Elizabeth he was "Great member" of the British royal family. He was one of the most prominent members of the modern plutocracy oligarchy, of the most effective military and political figures in Great Britain in the decade 1950-1970 and was one of the operators of the country's arms industry. Lord Mountbatten Burma is Edwina Ashley's husband, beloved grandchild of Sir Ernest Cassel, well-known Jewish plutocracy, and goddaughter of Edward VII, King of England.
The second son of Prince Louis Battenberg, named George, inherited his father's title and was called Marquis Milford Haven II (1892-1938). His father, David is Marquis Milford Haven III (1919-1970), and Grandpa of George Mountbatten is Marquis Milford Haven the fourth (born in 1961).
Daughter of Prince Louis Battenberg married with Prince Andrew of Greece and the result of the union was Prince Philip, husband of Elizabeth II, Britain's current Queen. Thus, Philip is descended of Queen Victoria and German family of Battenberg and is close relative of Elizabeth II. Prince Philip was raised in the palace of his uncle Lord Mountbatten Burma from childhood, and he married Elizabeth in 1942, and adopted last name "Mountbatten" for himself in 1947.
With the murder of Lord Mountbatten Burma, his aristocratic titles were given to his eldest daughter, Patricia Edwina Victoria (born in 1924) that with the name of Countess Mountbatten is from the first generation of " woman Lords " in the British Parliament. Countess Mountbatten Burma is US-educated. She headed the "educational thrust of Sir Ernest Cassel" and dozens of other social and cultural institutions in the areas of protection of women, children, the blinds, fight against nuclear weapons and so on.
Her husband, John Nachbal (Lord Braborn) is from a family that reached hereditary baronet at the height of the conflict of Stewart Charles I and Britain's Parliament in 1641, and in 1880 they had Baron hereditary. John Nachbal (born in 1924) is the sixteenth Baronet and the seventh Baron of his family. His mother, the daughter of Lord Aslygo, is from the famous Brown family, and holder of the "Royal India".
John Nachbal educated in Eton and Oxford, and he is from the UK's foremost producers of movies and television series of Britain in four decades. Hi began his struggle in this area by making the film "Harry Black" (1958). Some of his films include: "Othello" (1965), "The Mikado" (1966), "Romeo and Juliet" (1967), "Dance of Death" (1968), "Death on the Oriental ship " (1974), "Death on the Nile "(1978)," evil under the sun "(1982) and" Travel to India "(1984). His last movie was "Little Dorrit" (1987) and the television series "Leontyne" (1987(.
Lord Braborn is one of the operators of dozens of influential cinematic and cultural institutions in the UK. For example, since 1974 he was president of the "Association of copyrights" and since 1979 he was chairman of the "Film Institute of Great Britain" and since 1980 he was a member of the board "of the National Film and Television of Great Britain". He is a member of the "Timms TV" board since 1978 and in the years 1990-1992, he was the head of this institution.
Countess Mountbatten Burma and Lord Braborn have four sons and two daughters. 50 years old Norton Nachbal (Lord Romzy) is the eldest son and heir to the Countess Mountbatten and Lord Braborn, and "Honorable Nicholas Louis Charles Norton Nachbal" is his heir (born in 1981).
As we see, as effect of this complicated and lengthy process, 17-year-old Charles Nachbal is also a descendant of Queen Victoria and the direct heir of wealth and titles and honors of three families of Hesse (Germany), Kassel (Jewish) and Braborn (English or Scottish or Irish, and perhaps "Hidden Jews"). At the same time, he has kinship relations in the vast and influential networks, which links him with other members of the oligarchy of the contemporary world. If all goes according to the procedure in the last three centuries, and no unusual factor happens in his life, now his future is full of prosperity and honor. This is an example of the continuation of the colonial heritage in contemporary oligarchic plutocracy.
During the Seven Years' War in Europe (1756-1763), William VIII, the governor of Hesse was united with his neighbor, George II, King of England and of Hanover. During this period, the main source of income for local German rulers was renting or selling small armies that were provided by captivity of their nationals. Dukes of Hesse also had such a procedure by help of "Jewish contractors", and kings of England were their main customers. George II, king of England, took great political interest of the military armies in the Seven Years' War in Europe and William VIII, Duke of Hesse, benefited profits through this way. This trend continued: in the 1770s, a wave of riots swept North America and George III, King of England and King of Hanover made a deal with Frederick II, son of William VIII and the Duke of Hesse Kassel for providing his repressive forces. Frederick seized seventeen thousands of his citizens by violent methods and rented them in court of England. In 1776, William, Prince of Hesse Kassel and ruler of Hanoi, traveled to London, and he signed a similar contract with the British government independently of his father and about five million pounds sterling was benefit for him. Through this, Frederick II gained huge fortune and in his death time, he left a massive inheritance for his son estimated to 8 to 10 million pounds sterling. Thus, William the ninth was known as the richest ruler of Europe since the beginning of his reign.
William continued procedure of his father and grandfather during the 36-year rule in Hesse Kassel made his wealth more and more. George III and George IV, kings of England, were clients of "military slavery" that he provided. In this way the wealth of William Hesse Kassel found enormous proportions to the extent that Richard Davis, a contemporary Jewish historian, calls him "Kruzus of the eighteenth century".
William was seeking to reserve his massive money treasuries and circulate them more and more. Before the French Revolution, he knew financial and trading institutions of Dutch as the best place to accumulate money and increase his wealth. Therefore, he circulated a significant portion of the funds managed by a financial institution based in Amsterdam called "One Dernoten".
There was a group of Jewish dealer around William. Before the authority of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, their most influential man was named Wedel David.
Historians have described William the ninth as authoritarian, corrupted and greedy ruler that was hated by his people. People of Hesse Kassel knew him "unjust and wild animal" that sold their blood to English "for stuffing his pockets." Virginia Kawels writes William was fascinated by two things: the accumulation of money and having illegitimate children. He had eight illegitimate children only from one of his mistress; and it is while as we noted, Catherine, his wife, was daughter of king of England of and granddaughter of the king of Denmark. According to Eugene Kurti, the Houses of Hainaut, Hymrod and Hasnshtyn are illegitimate descendants of William the ninth and he received aristocratic titles for them through paying bribing to Empire of Habsburg. Kurti says: William Hesse Kassel had "full tolerance" in religious affairs. When they speak of such a concept in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe it means "tolerance" toward the Jewish plutocracy and in other words close association with them, not "tolerance" in the sense that we know today. Next explanation of Kurti proves the correctness of this understanding. He writes William had extensive links with the Freemasons, and Jewish money changers and merchants had complete freedom in his land.
The three last decades of the eighteenth century AD is a stormy period in the history of Europe. From 1775, the British colonies in North America launched a war of independence against the British government. Commander of the wars was a man named George Washington (1732-1799), of the great figures in Virginia. He married a widow who inherited 6,000 hectares of land and 150 slaves from her first marriage, and also owned 8,000 hectares of land. England finally recognized the independency of America after multiple wars during Paris Treaty of 1783. In the years 1789- 1797, George Washington took the reins of the country as the first president.