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Konstantin Fehrenbach (January 11, 1852 – March 26, 1926) was a German Catholic politician who was one of the major leaders of the Centre Party.
Upon the resignation of the Social Democrats from the government in June of 1920 as a result of their poor showing in the elections of that year, Fehrenbach became Chancellor of Germany, forming a coalition with the left-wing liberal DDP and the national-liberal DVP.
Fehrenbach headed the Center Party's Reichstag fraction from 1923 until his death in 1926.
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 Biographie: Konstantin Fehrenbach, 1852-1926
Für das Zentrum wird er in den badischen Landtag gewählt.
Nationale Bekanntheit erlangt Fehrenbach durch seine scharfe Kritik an dem Vorgehen des Militärs in der Zabern-Affäre.
Nach der Festsetzung der deutschen Reparationslasten auf 132 Millarden Goldmark tritt Fehrenbach zurück, da der Reichstag dieser Reglung nicht zustimmt.
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 FEHRENBACH, Konstantin @ Archontology.org: presidents, kings, prime ministers, biography, database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Konstantin Fehrenbach studied law and theology in Freiburg, where he became a well-known criminal lawyer.
Fehrenbach was elected to the Baden Landtag in 1885 as a representative of the Catholic Center Party.
In 1903 Fehrenbach was elected to the Reichstag from the Center Party.
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 Konstantin Fehrenbach
Konstantin Fehrenbach (January 11, 1852 - March 26, 1926) was a German Catholic politician who was one of the major leaders of the Catholic Center Party.
Upon the resignation of the Social Democrats from the government in June of 1920 as a result of their poor showing in the elections of that year, Fehrenbach became Chancellor of Germany, forming a coalition with the Liberal German Democratic Party and German People's Party.
Fehrenbach headed the Center Party's Reichstag contingent from 1923 until his death in 1926.
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 Konstantin Fehrenbach: Viele Informationen uber Konstantin Fehrenbach an omega.it
Fehrenbach, Sohn eines Lehrers, studierte ab 1871 Theologie, später Rechtswissenschaft.
Nach dem Rücktritt Hermann Müllers wurde Fehrenbach im Juni 1920 Reichskanzler in einem rein bürgerlichen Minderheitskabinett und nahm in dieser Funktion an den Konferenzen von Spa (1920) und London (1921) teil.
Konstantin Fehrenbach war verheiratet mit Marie Hossner (1855-1921) und hatte eine Tochter.
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 1921 In Germany Encyclopedia Article @ MrsGermany.com (Mrs Germany)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Simultaneously the President of the German Reich Friedrich Ebert issued a proclamation, countersigned by the chancellor, Konstantin Fehrenbach, to the effect that the Allies had occupied areas of Germany in defiance to the Treaty of Versailles and that they would not object to outside help in the matter.
In the middle of all of these troubles with the Treaty of Versailles the cabinet of Chancellor Konstantin Fehrenbach resigned on May 10.
In the meantime the Reparations Commission had fixed the sum of Germany's debt at 132 milliard Goldmark, besides having stated that by May 1, when the German debt became due, a further sum of 12 milliard Goldmark for reconstruction of demolished industrial works was to be paid.
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 Konstantin_fehrenbach info here at en.air-treatment.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Freiburg (Breisgau) In 1920 and 1921 respectively, two Freiburgers, Konstantin Fehrenbach and Joseph Wirth were appointed Chancellor of the Republic by the Reichspraesident.
Konstantin Fehrenbach (January 11, 1852 – March 26, 1926) was a German Catholic politician who was sole of the chiefs of the Centre Party.
Upon the resignation of the Social Democrats from the governance in June of 1920 as a invention of their penurious panoplying in the elections of that year, Fehrenbach became Chancellor of Germany, forming a coalition with the left-wing impartial DDP and the national-liberal DVP.
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 The Centre
The reorganizer and able leader of the Centre of Baden is Theodor Wacker, pastor of Zähringen.
He is assisted by Konstantin Fehrenbach, a barrister, and Johann Zehnter, President of the National Court.
The Centre Party of Alsace-Lorraine was formed in 1906 from the "Catholic National Party", which had in turn been formed in 1903 from the "Elsasser" and the "Lothringer" (the "Alsatians" and the "Lorrainians").
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 Today in German History
He was a firm supporter of the German Reich in its structure and administration under Otto von Bismarck.
Fehrenbach was a member of the Catholic Center Party.
In 1918, after the end of the war, he became the president of the Reichstag.
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 Stadt Freiburg - Tourists | History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In 1899, Freiburg University was the first German university to accept a female student; in 1910 the municipal theatre was inaugurated; and in 1911 new university buildings were finished.
In 1920 and 1921 respectively, two Freiburgers, Konstantin Fehrenbach and Joseph Wirth were appointed Chancellor of the Republic by the Reichspräsident.
On 27th November 1944, large parts of the city were destroyed during an air raid, the Cathedral largely escaping destruction.
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Joseph Wirth Office: Chancellor of Germany Term of Office: May 10, 1921 - November 14, 1922 Predecessor: Konstantin Fehrenbach Successor: Wilhelm Cuno Date of Birth: September 6, 1879 Date of Death: January 3, 1956 Political Party: Centre Party Profession: mathematician Dr.
Konstantin Fehrenbach Office: Chancellor of Germany Term of Office: June 21, 1920 - May 10, 1921 Predecessor: Hermann Müller Successor: Joseph Wirth Date of Birth: January 11, 1852 Date of Death: March 26, 1926 Political Party: Centre Party Profession: lawyer Konstantin Fehrenbach (January 11, 1852–March 26, 1926) was a German Catholic politician...
Matthias Wissmann (born April 15, 1949 in Ludwigsburg) is a German politician (CDU).
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 1920, March 13-17. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
The Weimar coalition lost its majority, and a new coalition was formed of the People's Party (Liberal), Center, and Democrats.
The Müller cabinet resigned (June 8), and a new government was formed by Konstantin Fehrenbach, leader of the Center Party (June 25).
The Germans signed a protocol of disarmament and arranged for reparations payments.
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 German Centre Party (Zentrum) - Political Parties - German Archive: The German Centre Party (Deutsche Zentrumspartei or ...
In the 1919 elections for the National Assembly the Centre Party gained 91 representatives, being the second largest party after Social Democratic Party of Germany.
The Centre's Konstantin Fehrenbach was elected president of the National Assembly.
The party actively cooperated with Social Democrats and left-liberal DDP in drawing up the Weimar Constitution, which guaranteed what the Centre had fought for since its founding, namely liberty, equality and autonomy of the Catholic religion and of the Roman Catholic Church in the whole of Germany.
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 Konstantin Fehrenbach, German reichs chancellor (1920-21), dies at 74 March 26 in History
Konstantin Fehrenbach, German reichs chancellor (1920-21), dies at 74 March 26 in History
Konstantin Fehrenbach, German reichs chancellor (1920-21), dies at 74
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 Adolph/Adolf Hitler Schicklgruber - his psychology and development
The Centre Party returned to opposition when it was denied control of religious education.
Five Centre Party politicians—Konstantin Fehrenbach, Joseph Wirth, Wilhelm Marx, Heinrich Brüning, and Franz von Papen—served as Chancellor.
Although the Centre Party remained relatively moderate in its stance during the polarization of German politics in the early 1930s, the party's deputies voted for the Enabling Act of March 1933, which allowed Chancellor Adolph Hitler to assume dictatorial powers in Germany.
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 German ministries 1871-1945
1970) 1 Jun 1932 - 4 Feb 1938 Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath - (b.
1918) Jun 1918 - Nov 1918 Konstantin Fehrenbach (b.
1922) 14 Feb 1919 - 21 Jun 1920 Konstantin Fehrenbach (s.a.) - Reichstag - 25 Jun 1920 - 30 Aug 1932 Paul Löbe (b.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Mein Leben, Mein Krieg...
May 5, 1921 London Ultimatum which set the total sum of the war indemnity at 132 billion marks.
May 10, 1921 Konstantin Fehrenbach (Center) leaves office
May 23, 1921 German Freikorps smash Polish forces at St. Annaberg.
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 Freiburg im Breisgau
The Grand Duke abdicates his thrown and Baden becomes a republic.
In 1920 and 1921 respectively, two Freiburgers, Konstantin Fehrenbach and Joseph Wirth were appointed Chancellor of the Weimar Republic.
In 1933, the Nazi's took power in Germany.
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