Arthur Grundmann

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Arthur Grundmann (born March 23, 1920 in Herne ; † August 16, 1987 in Bonn ) was a German politician of the FDP .


Grundmann was employed as a young miner in Herne, Bochum and Hattingen from 1934 to 1938. He fought from 1940 to 1945 in World War II and then worked again as a miner in Herne. In 1945 he became a member of the FDP, three years later he was elected to the city council of Herne. In the election to the first Bundestag in 1949 , he was elected to parliament via the state list of North Rhine-Westphalia. Grundmann was a full member of the Committee on Petitions, for Labor, and from October 1950 to October 1951 also on the Committee on Frontier Questions. After a mining accident in the Dahlbusch colliery in which 78 people died, he was also a full member of the responsible investigative committee. Grundmann was also a deputy member of numerous other committees. In the Bundestag election in 1953 , he no longer ran and consequently resigned from parliament.