Robert Baddeley (British Army officer)

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Robert Baddeley (British Army officer)

British soldier and former Aide-de-camp to Queen Elizabeth II. In the British Army he was a regular officer, rising to the rank of Brigadier add

Category: Politics

Born in 1934.

Countries: United Kingdom (75%), Bangladesh (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Wiltshire, Conservative Party (UK), British Army

Linked to: Conservative Party, British Army




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Robert Baddeley was born in 1934 add something


From 24 November 1983 to 14 January 1986 he was Chief Instructor at the Defence Services Command and Staff College of Bangladesh add something


Baddeley was elected to Wiltshire County Council as a Conservative in 1988 add something


He retired as aide-de-camp to the Queen on 14 March 1989, when he was replaced by Brigadier Arthur Gooch add something


For twelve years he was a Conservative party politician and was Chairman of Wiltshire County Council for the year 1999-2000, after which he was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Wiltshire add something


In 1999, he became chairman of Wiltshire County Council add something


In November 2000, Baddeley was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Wiltshire add something