Adrian Rotter

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Adrian Rotter (born October 7, 1897 in Neuhof near Theresienstadt , Bohemia , † April 12, 1967 in Kirchau ) was an Austrian diplomat .


Adrian Rotter was used in the First World War from 1915 to 1917. Until 1920 he studied at the Consular Academy in Vienna and entered the foreign service. From 1921 to 1927 he was employed in Bucharest. From 1928 to 1937 he was employed in Rome. From 1937 to 1938 he was chargé d'affaires in Sofia . With the annexation of Austria , the law to restore the civil service was also applied there and Adrian Rotter was retired.

In 1945 he was employed by the Representative of Austrian Interests in Czechoslovakia. In 1946 he was Austria's political representative in Rome . In 1947 he was ambassador to Prague . From 1949 to 1951 he was envoy to Rio de Janeiro . From 1952 to 1953 he headed the economic policy department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna . On March 15, 1954, he was appointed head of the Austrian liaison office in Bonn and was accredited as such on March 31, 1954. On November 29, 1955, he was appointed ambassador to Bonn and was accredited as such from January 6, 1956 to March 22, 1958.


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Stephen Taylor, Who's who in Austria, 1959, p. 431
predecessor Office successor
Otto Czernin Austrian Chargé d'Affaires in Sofia
Felix Orsini-Rosenberg
- Austrian envoy in Rome
Johannes Schwarzenberg
Ferdinand Marek Austrian envoy in Prague
Rudolf Seemann
Anton Retschek Austrian envoy in Rio de Janeiro
Maximilian Attems-Heiligenkreuz
Heinrich Schmid Austrian Ambassador to Germany
Josef Schöner