Bertram Weiler

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Bertram Weiler

Bertram Weiler (born November 3, 1898 in Cologne , † February 1, 1972 there ) was a German politician ( NSDAP ).


Weiler first attended elementary school in Cologne and then the commercial school. He completed a commercial apprenticeship and was a soldier in World War I from 1915 to 1918 . Due to a war injury, he was dismissed from service in 1919 and then worked as an office worker. From 1920 he was in the war victims' care.

Weiler joined the NSDAP in 1925 and became a party speaker in 1930. In November 1930 he was involved in the establishment of the Nazi War Victims Supply (NSKOV) in the Rhineland. In the spring of 1931 he became unemployed because of his Nazi involvement. From 1932 to 1933 he was state chairman of the NSKOV for Rhineland-Westphalia and on March 12, 1933 he became a city councilor in Cologne. In June 1933 he became head of the NSKOV's organization and propaganda. In November 1933 he entered the National Socialist Reichstag for constituency 29 . He resigned his mandate in the Reichstag and all his party offices on December 13, 1933 and retired. He died in Cologne in 1972.


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