"Harry Dexter White and John Maynard Keynes were the theoreticians who guided the 1944 Bretton Woods Monetary Conference at which the IMF/World Bank was created. White was a member of the Communist Party. Keynes was a member of the Fabian Society. They shared the same goal of international socialism. The IMF/World Bank has furthered that goal ever since."
"Summit Mt. Washington, from the Clouds," from a stereograph by B.W. Kilburn, c. 1890. After the arrival of a train on a summer day, the platform next to the Summit House was often crowded with tourists. During the 1880s and the 1890s a part-Newfoundland dog named Medford, sometimes accompanied by a canine friend, welcomed visitors to the summit and was often included in photographs taken. Mt Washington Cog Railway - Bretton Woods, NH
Constructed between 1900 to 1902, the Mount Washington Hotel is one of the last grand hotels in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The Luxurious hotel lured wealthy guests away from the country's historic cities, like Boston, Philadelphia and New York. With such a storied history, the hotel is rumored to be haunted. | Most Unique Place to Spend the Night in Every State (PHOTOS) | The Weather Channel
New Hampshire: Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods Omni Mount Washington Resort hosts the ghost of Caroline Foster, the wife of railroad tycoon and the resort’s builder, Joseph Stickney. The elegant woman in Victorian dress is often spotted in the hallways of the hotel, but perhaps the most common sighting of the beloved Caroline is in room 314, where guests report seeing the vision of the woman sitting at the edge of the bed. Don’t believe all the hype? Check out this Trip Advisor r...
The Bretton Woods Accord was established in 1944, towards the end of World War II. The United Nations Monetary Fund convened in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, with representatives from the United States, Great Britain and France. The Bretton Woods Accord established the policy of pegging currencies against the U.S. dollar in order to stabilise the global economy. It set fixed exchange rates for major currencies and subsequently established the International Monetary Fund (IMF).