Arthur Adolph

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Arthur Adolph (born February 25, 1896 in Raudten , Steinau district , † June 2, 1956 in Berlin-Steglitz ) was a German politician ( Volksnationale Reichsvereinigung ).

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Adolph attended the citizen school and the city trade school in Lauban, Silesia . He then went through training in the municipal administration service. From 1915 to 1921 Adolph worked as an office clerk and civil servant in the city administrations of Rastenburg , Bartenstein and Heiligenbeil . In Bartenstein, he also worked as a deputy public prosecutor after his full-time work in the Christian-national trade union movement.

In January 1930 Adolph took over the office of secretary of the Association of Municipal Officials and Employees of Prussia and the Reich Association of Municipal Officials and Employees of Germany. Furthermore, up to this point in time he was a member of the board of directors of the Reichsanstalt für Arbeitsvermittlung and unemployment insurance and of the board of trustees of the state college for business and administration in Berlin.

Adolph was a co-founder of the National People's Association . In the Reichstag election of September 1930 , he entered the Reichstag , which he was a member of until the July 1932 election, following a proposal by the German State Party (DStP) . He left the DStP faction again on October 7, 1930, together with the other members of the National People's Association.


  • The new collective bargaining system for employees in the public service , Berlin 1938 (3 additional editions 1939, 1940 and 1942)

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  1. ^ On Adolph's membership in the group of the Volksnationalen Reichsvereinigung, see Reichstag-Handbuch 1930, p. 274.