Curt Kaiser

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Curt Kaiser (born January 26, 1865 in Luckau , † April 25, 1940 in Berlin ) was mayor of the city of Rixdorf and Neukölln until the November Revolution in 1907 .


During his studies Kaiser became a member of the Landsmannschaft Thuringia Berlin in the winter semester of 1885/86 and of the Landsmannschaft Plavia Leipzig in the winter semester of 1886/87 . After graduating, he became a lawyer and notary .

After the death of Hermann Boddin (1844–1907) Curt Kaiser was elected mayor by the Rixdorf city council near Berlin. In the following year, Kaiser Wilhelm II awarded Curt Kaiser the title of Lord Mayor of Rixdorf - the "Kaiser von Rixdorf". In 1912 the name of the city was changed to "Neukölln". Kaiser resigned in the course of the revolution in 1919, his successor was the social democrat Alfred Scholz (1875–1944).

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Berthold Ohm and Alfred Philipp (eds.): Directory of addresses of the old men of the German Landsmannschaft. Part 1. Hamburg 1932, p. 366, 524.

Web links

Commons : Curt Kaiser  - collection of images, videos and audio files


  • District Office Neukölln (Ed.): Rixdorf Town Hall - Neukölln Town Hall. Berlin 2008, ISBN 978-3-00-026396-5 , page 190.