Anna Maria Bieganowski

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Anna Maria Bieganowski (born April 22, 1906 in Munich ; † March 16, 1986 there ) was a German politician .

Life and work

After attending a technical school, Bieganowski worked in her parents' business until 1935. She then worked in the field of new furnishings and as a manager of large kitchens. From 1946 to 1951 she managed the property of her relatives.


In the first federal election in 1949 , Bieganowski ran for the WAV , but initially did not receive a mandate . When she replaced the deceased Stephan Weickert in the German Bundestag on March 21, 1952 , the WAV parliamentary group had already dissolved, so that it was initially non-attached . On April 23, 1952, she followed the path of most WAV members and joined the faction of the German party , which she left on December 9, 1952. In 1949, the Bavarian State Parliament elected her to the Federal Assembly , which elected Theodor Heuss as the first Federal President .