Ferdinand Froschauer

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Ferdinand Froschauer (born December 5, 1865 in Taufkirchen an der Pram, Upper Austria ; † August 18, 1948 there ) was a farmer and politician .

The farmer's son married in 1889 and became a co-owner of the Gasperlgut in Pram near Taufkirchen. At the same time he was a country product dealer. After his military service he was a member of the community committee for 25 years and was mayor of Taufkirchen between 1912 and 1918 . From 1920 he was district chairman of the farmers' union and a member of the standing committee of the state culture council .

From 1919 to 1931 Froschauer was a member of the state parliament for the Christian Social Party , where he mainly represented the smallhouses.


  • Harry Slapnicka : Upper Austria - The political leadership. 1918 to 1938 (= contributions to the contemporary history of Upper Austria. 3). Oberösterreichischer Landesverlag, Linz 1976, ISBN 3-85214-163-X , p. 87.

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