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Arhtur Troop in Malta.
Mr.Arthur Troop in Malta. Visit to the Hon.Dr.E.Fenech Adami, Prime Minister of The Republic of Malta by IPA Malta Section.
Arthur Troop Portrait
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Arthur Troop receives honouraly life membership of the Swiss Section, pictured with the President Jean Paul Borloz and Secretary General Willi Moesch in 1998.
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National Executive Council members attending the National Council Meeting in 1960.
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Arthur Troop with his good friend Eilif Eskoy, General Secretary of Section Norway fron 1958 to 1966 and from 1970 to 1979, pictured at the PEB Meeting held in Oslo in 1997 when Eilif was presented with the PEB Siver Medal
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Gunnar Alan Holmqvist, National President of the Norwegian Section from 1960 to 1966 and International President from 1970 to 1973, pictured with Nation¡al Council, members at the foundation of Region 2, Bergen, Norway in June 1963
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Benard Martinez of the French section and lntenational President from 1973 to1976 visits London for the 14th IEC Conference in London. The Conference is opened by HRH the Duchess of Kent. Pictured from left to right: International Secretary General Hugh Hallett, HRH The Duchess of Kent, International President Benard Hallett - Interpreter Alan Carter
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Alfonse Smeyers, 2nd International President from 1958 to 1961 chairs the 2nd IPA World Congress held in Antwerp in 1958
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Martin Beck, Founder of the Belgium IPA Section and 1st National President. In 1966 Martin beck founded the IPA Elder Statesmen Group of which he was Chairman. This was later superseded by the Council of Elders
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Arthur Troop adress Sir Peter Matthew's, President of the British Section and International President of the Official opening of 1 Fox Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. Headquarters of the Brítish Section in 1969. This has also been the International Administration Centre (IAC) since 1977
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Arthur Troop ¡s International Secretary General, presents the first chain of office to International President Bill Best at the 8th IEC meeting in Toronto, Canada in 1966
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Arthur Troop and Ken Robinson. Good friends in the early Years of IPA
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Kenneth Robinson, a p¡oneer of the British Section. 2nd Secretary General of the British Section and Assistant International Secretary General from 1982 until 1991
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Hugh Hallet, President of the British Section from 1970 until 1987 and International Secretary General from 1966 until 1985
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British Section National Council Executive members pictured circa 1961 - Left to right: John Fogg, Peter Close, Ken Robinson, Roddy Mitchel, Bill Best, Peter Matthews, unknown, Ken Harrison
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Bill Best hands the British Section's pretsidential chain to Peter Matthews in 1964 - pictured to the right ¡s Charles Loates, 1st Secretary General of the British Section and 1st Assist¡ntant International Secretary General. He played a major role in the international affairs of the early years of the Association
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Leslie Gordon Baker, 1st President of the British Section who chaired the 1st International Congress in Paris in 1955
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MrJohn Bemetf Chief Constable of Lincolnsh¡re from 1956 to 1969 who supported the International Federation of Senior Police Officer (FIFSP) which sought liaison with IPA
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Sir Raymond H. Fooks, Chief Constable of Lincolshire who opposed Arthur founding the IPA
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Arthur's original and first IPA Membership Card Member No 1, 1st January 1950
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Fred Fisher, Arthurts colleague and Joint Secretary of IPA when it was Formed in Skegness in 1949
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A patrol sergeant at Stamford Lincolnshire
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A traffic Patrol oflicer in the Lincolnshire, Constabulary
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Arthur as a Young man in the 1930's in Lincoln
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The boy chorister Arthur Troop at Lincoln Cathedral
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The Founder pictured with Jürgen Klos at Gimbom Castle, Germany in 1987. Jürgen was a former President of the German Section and International President from 1982 to 1988. He was the first international President to serve for 3 year periods in the office. He was a close personal friend of Arthur Troop and brought him back in to main stream IPA after Arthur's "wilderness years" from 1966 until the middle of the 1970's.
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Arthur Troop 1914-2000 IPA Founder
 
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