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  1. Brigadier Arthur Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington, KG, LVO, OBE, MC (2 July 1915 – 31 December 2014), styled Marquess of Douro between 1943 and 1972, was a senior British peer and a brigadier in the British Army. His main residence was Stratfield Saye House in Hampshire.

  2. Brigadier Arthur Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington (2 July 1915 – 31 December 2014), styled Marquess of Douro between 1943 and 1972, was a senior British peer and a brigadier in the British Army. His main residence was Stratfield Saye House in Hampshire . He was educated at Eton College and New College, Oxford .

    • 31 December 2014 (aged 99), Stratfield Saye House
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    So the reason we have to have a bizarre caption is "he has a name and title, only the queen can remove it"? That's crazy talk, I don't even know what that means. john k16:53, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC) In other articles Wiki uses styles before names eg The Rt Hon [name of politician] It would seem that for consistancy we should alter this article to start The Most Noble Arthur Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington. Otherwise we should remove other styles. I can't see a pattern to use atm. Anyone?Alci12 1. 1.1. I know the 8th Duke, He's the Colonel in Chief of my Regiment. His Official Title is:- Brigadier, His Grace, The Duke of Wellington, KG, LVO, OBE, MC, BA, DL. It's printed in capitals on the facing page of the Dukes Regimental Magazine. Regardless of what anyone wants, that's it, full stop. If you think it should be any different then I suggest you speak with Major General Sir Evelyn Webb-Carter KCVO, OBE, the Colonel of The Duke of Wellington's Regiment, who would be happy to adv...

    I have had a very hard time following this debate. The key issues, afaik, are as follows (correct me if I am wrong)
    Should an image have a note included in it
    is Richard Harvey a representitive of the copyright holder of these images
    Why has this talk page been such a wikiquettenightmare?

    This image should not be removed based on interpersonal conflict of editors. WP:POINT. ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸7 July 2005 23:40 (UTC) 1. It would apear images were also removed from Gerald Wellesley, 7th Duke of Wellington and Henry Wellesley, 6th Duke of Wellington, and I have restored each of these as well. ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸8 July 2005 11:34 (UTC) The image should be removed because Mr. Harvey shouldn't get to dictate the caption. john k8 July 2005 18:29 (UTC) Having again removed the images, let me elaborate - the captions demanded by Mr. Harvey are not in keeping with captions that we have for any other article. Initially, Mr. Harvey simply uploaded the images themselves, and inserted his preferred captions in the normal manner. When others (myself and Proteus) objected, once he had failed to convince us of the merits of his approach, he simply reuploaded the images with captions embedded. This is nothing less than an end run around normal m...

    I have trouble understanding this conflict, people are saying such strange things. They're sort of understandable from a new user like Mr. Harvey, who seems unfamiliar with Wikipedia policy and principles, but I find them incomprehensible from a seasoned editor like Sam Spade. It seems to me self-evident that if Mr. Harvey controls the copyright, then we can't use the image other than under the conditions he dictates. And since those conditions include having an embedded, uneditable, caption, in violation of the wiki principle, that means we can't and won't use it at all. (That's apart from the phrasing of the caption being IMO quite unacceptable—it's enough that it's uneditable.) Mr Harvey, it's just not the case that your regiment, or the Queen for that matter, is in charge of Wikipedia style. You seem to assume that all that's needed for your caption to carry absolute authority is that a spokesman for the regiment should "clarify" the form of address / title, that "should" be use...

    See that link at the bottom of every page? That's GFDL. Read it. Understand it. Now then, GFDL allows for invariant sections. The image is crown copyright, but let's for the sake of argument say that that's GFDL compatible. The image has invariant sections. CLUE: Do Not Touch The Invariant Sections. (That's illegal) Ok, so invariant sections can be veryannoying, true! So maybe folks might like to argue whether to keep or delete the image in its entirety. That's up to you folks :-P I'm sure I can leave it up to y'all. But please don't edit out invariant sections. Kim Bruning23:23, 9 July 2005 (UTC) 1. a link regarding that issue ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸00:29, 10 July 2005 (UTC) Let me note here, so there is no confusion, that I just accidentally reverted the image in question to the original version that Mr. Harvey put here. I spite of repeated efforts, I can't seem to get it to go back to the version with the caption. This was completely unintentional, and not part of...

    Just to clarify a point please. The changing of the image I considered a copyright violation, not defamation. I had to; it goes with my work, protecting the property of the Regimental Archives. However the altered image was removed, so end of story on that point. My feelings as to defamation arise from the comment placed in the page history edit summary by Mr Kenney ie:- (cur) (last) 15:07, 7 July 2005 John Kenney (Wow, that Richard Harvey sure is a prick, huh?). Though please don't worry I am not going to instruct a lawyer to sue anyone, or even send in the FBI, or an A Team, to take action, as one see's in the Films. The somewhat vociferous comment:- I said on the description page that if you didn't like it, I would delete it, you asshole. You are a completely absurd person, fuck you. john k7 July 2005 15:05 (UTC), though offensive and undeserved I put down to Mr Kenney possibly having a bad day, perhaps he had a flat tyre on the freeway, or he got his income tax demand, I don't k...

    OK, again I'm baffled, Sam. John Kenney points out that I and Proteus support his view that the caption-embedded image violates wiki policy, and you respond "OK, so we have again established that the image fails to violate wiki policy"? Who's "we"? Are you really planning to put the image back (and the captioned pictures for the other articles, too?), in a situation where two people on this talk page (you and Richard Harvey) think it should be put back, and the other three, out of five people who have argued the point, are opposed? Both sides have argued carefully and given reasons, and neither has convinced the other, because it is, as John Kenney says, a matter of opinion. That does not mean that I have an opinion and you have the Truth. You say it's for the benefit of the readers, I say it's not. I won't repeat my reasons, I laid them out above, and they're essentially the same as John Kenney has proposed. How can you justify putting the picture(s) back? I'm genuinely curious. Bi...

    Due to reticence on the part of the opposition, I will attempt to sum up the debate in as neutral a manner as possible. Feel free to edit the below. ¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸15:24, 11 July 2005 (UTC)

    Hello -i've arrived here from the RfC, and ploughed through the debate above. This is obviously an issue people are passionate about - which seems to make the discussions prone to distraction / obfuscation - the very terms of the argument seem to get clouded all too easily. At the risk of repetition, perhaps here are some points all parties agree on; 1. The article is better with an image of the Duke of Wellington 2. The best picture available has been contributed by Richard Harvey - who we also accept represents the copyright holder of the image. Ok - now it gets a little more difficult; 1. Richard Harvey wants The Duke of Wellington's full title displayed in a particular way. 2. John Kenney (and other/s) strongly disagrees - and cites a lack of consesus in this decision. 3. There is a brief revert war, and people start getting upset. 4. Richard Harvey informs Wikipedia that it is a (new) condition of using the image that the title is now integrated (see current image) It seems pre...

    Oops! - I've cleary upset Richard Harvey (sorry - no upset intended!) - and now he requires wikipedia delete all of his images - i guess because he can't be sure that someone like me might come along and change them. This is indeed a great shame - having arrived here from the RfC, I'd grown rather fond of the 8th Duke of Wellington - and the article is clearly worse without the pic - anyone got another pic? Petesmiles05:24, 7 August 2005 (UTC) 1. Pete Smiles; Thanks for the above message and one one my talk page, (no offense taken). It isn't so much that I am upset, In this instance I am only the agent for the copyright holders. The Copyright of the Images I uploaded, over a period of time, belongs to 'The Duke of Wellington's Regimental Archive Collection', which is overseen by a board of trustees, it is not, as such, Crowncopyright. I have been instructed to have the images removed. The images were originally uploaded with permission for use, free of charge with certain restrictio...

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    Wellesley nació en Roma, Italia, el 2 de julio de 1915. Sus padres fueron Gerald Wellesley, VII duque de Wellington, y Dorothy Violet, hija de Robert Ashton. Fue conocido con el título de cortesía de marqués de Douro desde 1943, cuando su padre heredó el Ducado de Wellington a la muerte de su sobrino. Se educó en el Eton Collegeantes de ingresar al New College de la Universidad de Oxford. Wellesley se comprometió con lady Rose Paget, hija de Charles Paget, VI marqués de Anglesey, pero ella se casó con el honorable John McLaren. El 28 de enero de 1944, se casó con Diana Ruth McConnel, hija del mayor general Douglas Fitzgerald McConnel, CB, CBE, en la catedral de San Jorge de Jerusalén. Tuvieron cinco hijos: 1. Arthur Charles Valerian Wellesley, marqués de Douro, X duque de Ciudad Rodrigo (n. 19 de agosto de 1945), casado con la princesa Antonia de Prusia. 2. Lord Richard Gerald Wellesley (20 de junio de 1949), casado con Joanna Marion Sumner, Davinia Chloe y Natasha Doone. 3. Lady Ca...

    Wellesley fue comisionado en el Ejército Británico como teniente segundo en 1940. Sirvió en la Segunda Guerra Mundialcon el regimiento de los Royal Horse Guards como teniente. Se le concedió la Cruz Militar y recibió una comisión permanente como capitán en julio de 1951. Fue promovido sucesivamente a mayor en 1951 y teniente coronel en 1954. Fue destinado al Regimiento de Caballería Real. Ascendido a coronel en 1960, dirigió la 22.ª brigada blindada, sirvió en el Ejército británico del Rin y se convirtió en agregado de defensa para España en 1964. Se retiró del Ejército en enero de 1968 con el grado honorario de general de brigada.

    Wellington fue también director de Massey Ferguson Holdings Ltd de 1967 a 1989 y de Motor Ibérica S.A. de 1967 a 1999. En 1975, fue designado teniente diputado de Hampshire. En diciembre de 1941, como segundo teniente, fue condecorado con la Cruz Militar "en reconocimiento por sus distinguidos servicios en Medio Oriente (incluyendo Egipto, África Oriental, el Desierto Occidental, Sudán, Grecia, Creta, Siria y Tobruk) durante el período de febrero de 1941 a julio de 1941." Fue elegido miembro del King's College de Londres (FKC). Murió el 31 de diciembre de 2014 en Stratfield Saye (Basingstoke).

    Teniente de la Real Orden Victoriana, Reino Unido.
    Oficial de la Orden del Imperio británico, Reino Unido.
    Caballero de la Orden de la Jarretera, Reino Unido.
    Oficial de la Legión de Honor, Francia.

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    Wellington est né à Rome, en Italie, le 2 juillet 1915, le fils de Lord Gerald Wellesley (7e duc de Wellington), et de son épouse Dorothy Violet, fille de Robert Ashton. Il a une sœur cadette, la mondaine Lady Elizabeth Clyde, dont le fils est l'acteur et musicien Jeremy Clyde (en). Au moment de la naissance de Wellington, son père Gerald est le troisième fils du 4e duc de Wellington, avec peu de chances d'hériter des domaines et titres de la famille. Wellington a 28 ans lorsque son cousin germain Henry Wellesley (6e duc de Wellington), est tué au combat à l'âge de 31 ans alors qu'il sert en Italie pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Le père de Wellington devient alors le 7e duc, et Wellington lui-même est connu sous le Titre de courtoisie de marquis du Douro. Il fréquente le Collège d'Eton avant de se rendre au New College d'Oxford [1].

    Wellington est nommé sous-lieutenant dans l'armée territoriale en 1936, et est officier avec le même grade (en probation) dans la réserve de l'armée britannique en 1939. En 1940, il reçoit une commission complète en tant que sous-lieutenant dans le Royal Horse Guards Regiment, avec le numéro de service 68268. Il sert pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale avec le 1er Régiment de Cavalerie de la Maison au Moyen-Orient et en Italie, cours de laquelle il reçoit la Croix Militaire, et est promu au grade de capitaine de guerre. Après la guerre, le 1er Régiment de Cavalerie de Ménage est dissous [2] et il entre dans les Royal Horse Guards, où il est promu lieutenant en 1946, et capitaine plus tard cette année. Il est major en 1951, et lieutenant-colonel en 1954, prenant le commandement de son régiment. Il sert à Chypre entre 1956 et 1958, il est nommé Officier de l'Ordre de l'Empire britanniqueen 1958. Il passe au régiment de cavalerie domestique, qu'il commande en 1959 [3]. Promu colonel en...

    Wellington se lance dans les affaires en tant qu'administrateur de Massey Ferguson Holdings de 1967 à 1989 et de Motor Iberica SA (Espagne) de 1967 à 1999. Il est nommé lieutenant adjoint du Hampshire le 18 avril 1975 [1]. Au cours de sa dernière année, le duc continue à mener des engagements publics, notamment lors de l'investiture de l'Ordre de la Jarretière, le 16 juin 2014 [4]. Wellington est décédé paisiblement à son domicile, Stratfield Saye Estate, près de Basingstoke, le soir du Nouvel An 2014, six mois avant le 200e anniversaire de la bataille de Waterloo et sept mois avant son 100eanniversaire.

    Wellington est fiancé à deux reprises à Lady Rose Paget, la fille de Charles Paget (6e marquis d'Anglesey), qui épouse finalement l'hon. John Francis McLaren. Le 28 janvier 1944, il épouse Diana Ruth McConnel (1922–2010), fille unique du Major général Douglas McConnel, de Knockdolian, Colmonell, Ayr, à la cathédrale Saint-George de Jérusalem. Avec Diana, il a cinq enfants: 1. Charles Wellesley (9e duc de Wellington)(19 août 1945); épouse la princesse Antonia de Prusse. 2. Lord Richard Gerald Wellesley (20 juin 1949); épouse Joanna Sumner le 14 juillet 1973. Ils ont deux filles. 2.1. Natasha Doone Wellesley (5 octobre 1975); épouse Tom Halliday le 20 octobre 2007. Ils ont un fils: 2.1.1. Samuel George Halliday (29 mars 2013) 2.2. Davina Chloe Wellesley (10 octobre 1977) 3. Lady (Caroline) Jane Wellesley (6 juillet 1951) 4. Lord John Henry Wellesley (20 avril 1954); épouse Corinne Vaes, fille d'un diplomate belge, le 7 mai 1977. Ils ont deux enfants: 4.1. Gerald Valerian Wellesley (6...

    Il est le 9e duc de Ciudad Rodrigo du Royaume d'Espagne, mais le 10 mars 2010, il cède le duché espagnol à son fils aîné, Charles Wellesley, marquis de Douro. Conformément à la procédure espagnole, Lord Douro adresse une requête officielle aux autorités espagnoles [5]. Le roi Juan Carlos d'Espagne, par l'intermédiaire de son ministre, accorde la succession du duché au Douro le 21 mai 2010 [6]. Le 26 décembre 1941, en tant que sous-lieutenant, Wellesley reçoit la Croix militaire "en reconnaissance de services distingués au Moyen-Orient (y compris l'Égypte, l'Afrique de l'Est, le désert occidental, le Soudan, la Grèce, la Crète, la Syrie et Tobrouk ) pendant la période de février 1941 à juillet 1941 " [1]. Wellington est nommé membre (quatrième classe) de l'Ordre royal de Victoria (MVO) le 15 mars 1952. Il est nommé Officier (Militaire) de l'Ordre de l'Empire britannique (OBE) le 7 février 1958 "en reconnaissance des services distingués à Chypre pour la période du 1erjuillet au 31 déc...

    (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu de l’article de Wikipédia en anglais intitulé « Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington » (voir la liste des auteurs).

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  3. Wellington was born in 1945 at Princess Christian Nursing Home, Windsor, Berkshire, the eldest son of Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington, and the former Diana McConnel. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford. Politics. Wellington stood as Conservative candidate for Islington North in

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