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originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
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I wonder who are the beneficiaries of this mysterious entity called The 1953 Trust??
Epstein was born in 1953.
THE ROYAL HOUSE OF WINDSOR revealed the close relationship between Prince Charles and his great-uncle and mentor, Lord Louis Mountbatten.
Lord Mountbatten was born Prince Louis of Battenburg in Windsor in 1900 (edit - so was born in presence of Queen Victoria who died 1901).
His great-grandmother was Queen Victoria and his sister was Princess Alice of Battenberg, Prince Philip’s mother.
In 1917 his father, also named Prince Louis of Battenberg, and his motherPrincess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine renounced the family’s German royal titles and changed its name to Mountbatten.
In October 1943, he became the Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia Command, and in 1945 he received the Japanese surrender.
Two years later he was persuaded by Prime Minister Clement Attlee to serve as the last Viceroy of India. His job was to oversee the transition of British India to independence with the aim of creating united India, but on August 15, 1947 the country was split into India and Pakistan.
After India, Lord Mountbatten returned to the Navy and was appointed First Sea Lord, 40 years after his father held the same post.
Prince Charles has described Lord Mountbatten, his great-uncle, as “the grandfather I never had”.
Lord Mountbatten was close to the Royal Family throughout his life, and even arranged the first meeting between a young Queen Elizabeth and his nephew Prince Philip.
Years later, he would become a mentor to Prince Charles and would often advise him on his love life.
He encouraged Charles to “sow some wild oats” before settling down, and offered his home as a secret getaway.
In 1974 Lord Mountbatten suggested that Charles marry his granddaughter Amanda Knatchbull. Three years later, the Prince proposed to Amanda during a holiday to the Caribbean island of Eleuthera.
As revealed in The Royal House of Windsor: “Charles turned to her and says, ‘Will you be my wife?’ – and she said no.”
Lord Mountbatten died on August 27, 1979, shortly after Charles began dating Diana.
He was murdered by the IRA, who planted a bomb on a boat at his summer home in Mullaghmore, Ireland.
Also aboard were Lord Mountbatten’s daughter Patricia, her husband John, their twin sons Nicholas and Timothy, both 14, John’s mother Doreen and Paul Maxwell, a 15-year-old crew member.