Adolf Keilhack

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Adolf Hermann Keilhack (born April 19, 1907 in Hamburg ; † July 12, 1974 ) was a German SPD politician .

After primary school, Adolf Keilhack began training as a carpenter in 1922, which he completed in 1925. From 1927 he was a full-time employee of the SPD Hamburg . In 1933 he was imprisoned for political reasons. When he was released from prison on July 31, 1933, the SPD was already banned. In 1935 he married Irma Keilhack, who later became a member of the Bundestag . Swede.

From 1945 to 1953 he was again an SPD employee, from 1954 managing director of a housing cooperative. From 1960 to 1965 he was a full-time member of the board of the building cooperative of free trade unionists .

He was a member of the Hamburg Parliament from 1957 to 1961 .

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Individual evidence

  1. More than just a roof over your head - 80 years of building cooperative free trade unionists, Hamburg 2001, p. 52