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During World War I, Sir Robert Grierson, 10th Baronet of Lag served in the King's Own Scottish Borderers, however by this time most of the Grierson lands had been lost, although the ruins of Lag Tower still stand today.Sir Ronald Grierson, who has died aged 93, was a German-Jewish émigré who built a distinguished and exceptionally long career as a soldier, merchant banker, public servant and international networker par excellence.Ararat Singles Online dating is easy safe and exciting and as quick as a flash youll be browsing through and matched up with compatible Ararat singles! This Robert Grierson for a time made the name of Grierson synonymous with terror and death throughout the south and west of Scotland, with his persecution of the Covenanters during the reign of James VII of Scotland.But in late 1972 he was diverted by an invitation to become director-general for industry in the European Commission in Brussels.This placed him subordinate to the Italian commissioner for industry, Altiero Spinelli, a veteran communist and fanatical federalist whom Grierson described as having “both feet planted firmly on the clouds”.Undeterred by hostility from the Left, scarcity of funding and eruptions of artistic temperament, Grierson found himself enjoying the South Bank job more than he had enjoyed either the IRC or Brussels.There was, he concluded, “not a scrap of evidence for the fashionable and gloomy belief that arts organisations cannot be run on sound business lines”.
So the factory was built in Nuremberg, where Rolf Hans Griessmann was born on August 6 1921 and began his education at the Realgymnasium.
Though amicable relations were established, there was no meeting of minds.
Grierson’s efforts were dedicated to reducing trade barriers and impeding what he regarded as the dirigiste fantasies of his colleagues; but he found himself frequently bypassed, and was particularly incensed by anti-Americanism within the Commission.
In that same year he surprised an illegal Covenanter service at Kirkconnel and in the ensuing struggle most of the worshipers were killed and Grierson of Lag refused to give them a decent burial which earned him his feared reputation.
Kenmore made an alliance with the Douglas Duke of Queensberry by marrying the Duke's sister, Lady Henrietta Douglas and not surprisingly the Griersons did not support the Glorious Revolution, considering William of Orange and his wife Mary to be usurpers.At 11 he moved with his parents to Paris, where he attended the Lycée Pasteur, and in 1936 they moved again to London, where his father opened a factory in Walthamstow and Rolf was enrolled at Highgate School.