Veteran journalist H. Paul Jeffers delves into the complicated and mysterious origins of the Bilderberg Group, its evolution into a top-secret society and its ultimate goal of world supremacy. Jeffers examines 50-plus years of the Bilderberg as he describes its members, their purposes, the suspicions of their critics and what goes on at their secretive yearly meetings.
H. Paul Jeffers (1934-2009) was an established military historian and author of 70 books. He worked as an editor and producer at ABC, CBS, and NBC, and was the only person to have been news director at both of New York City's all-news radio stations. He taught journalism at New York University, Syracuse University, and Boston University. His works include the novels A Grand Night for Murder and What Mommy Said and the nonfiction Marshall: Lessons in Leadership with Alan Axelrod. He lived in New York City.