Curt Swolinzky

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Curt Swolinzky (born December 19, 1887 in Lobbe / Rügen , † December 1, 1967 in Berlin ) was a German politician ( SPD ).

Swolinzky made in Greifenhagen in Administrative district Stettin an apprenticeship as a textile merchant . He was a soldier in the First World War . In 1919 he became a member of the SPD. He was elected as a city ​​councilor in Greifenhagen, then in the same function in Breslau . After the takeover of the Nazis , he was first in " protective custody taken" in the Nazi period he worked as a textile representative.

After the Second World War Swolinzky became district chairman of the SPD Tempelhof . From 1946 to 1958 he was a member of the city ​​council of Greater Berlin and the Berlin House of Representatives . In 1955 he resigned from the SPD and was a non-attached MP until the end of the legislative period .


  • Werner Breunig, Siegfried Heimann , Andreas Herbst : Biographical Handbook of Berlin City Councilors and Members of Parliament 1946–1963 (=  series of publications by the Berlin State Archives . Volume 14 ). Landesarchiv Berlin , Berlin 2011, ISBN 978-3-9803303-4-3 , p. 260 (331 pages).
  • Ditmar Staffelt : The reconstruction of the Berlin social democracy in 1945/46 and the question of unity - a contribution to the post-war history of the lower and middle organizational structures of the SPD. Verlag Peter Lang 1986, ISBN 978-3-8204-9176-0 , p. 434.
  • Nils Ferberg : Wrongly forgotten: Curt Swolinzky, 1887–1967. In: 100 Years of the Labor Movement in Tempelhof. Published by the Association for Heimatpflege, Heimatkunde, Geschichte und Kultur Tempelhofs, Berlin 1991, pp. 137–140.