The British-Luxembourg Society was founded on 24 April 1947.  It is a non-profit association which strives to deepen, maintain and develop the bonds of friendship that exist between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Great Britain.

D'British-Luxembourg Society ass den 24 Abrëll 1947 gegrënnt ginn. Et ass eng Non-profit Associatioun, déi déi frëndschaftlech Bezéiungen tëscht dem Grand-Duché an Groussbritannien verdéiwen, ënnerhalen and developpéiere wëll. 

Tuesday 7th May 2019

A tribute to HRH Grand Duke Jean

The British-Luxembourg Society pays tribute to the life of
HRH the Grand Duke Jean and are proud of their association with this soldier, gentleman, statesman and ruler of his people.

HRH the Grand Duke was for many years a patron of the Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lectures organised by the British-Luxembourg Society jointly with l'Association des Anciens Combatants and La Ligue Luxembourgeoise des Prisionniers et Déportés Politiques, and we had been advised by the Grand Duke's Marshal that he intended to attend the next Sir Winston Churchill Lecture on
17th October 2017.

The British-Luxembourg Society was represented at Grand Duke Jean’s funeral service by its Secretary, Andrée Wietor. Its Honorary President Maître Jacques Loesch was Chamberlain to the Grand Duke for many years.

At that service a moving tribute to HRH the Grand Duke was provided by the pipers of the Irish Guards Regiment. He returned to Luxembourg at the end of WW2 as an officer of that regiment, to which he remained associated over very many years as Colonel.