Frank Raberg

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Frank Raberg (* 1964 in Ibbenbüren ) is a German historian and political scientist.

Raberg studied at the University of Stuttgart . His main research interests are the history and political culture of Württemberg . In addition to numerous national history and biographical articles, he wrote an extensive biographical reference work on the members of the Württemberg Land estates and the Landtag of the Free People's State of Württemberg (2001) as well as on personalities of Ulm's urban history in the 19th and 20th centuries (2010). A similar biographical work on Upper Swabia is in preparation. He edited several volumes of the edition of the cabinet minutes of the state of Württemberg-Hohenzollern . From 1997 to 2003, the author worked on a project at the Commission for Historical Regional Studies in Baden-Württemberg and temporarily freelance at the Staatsanzeiger Verlag for Baden-Württemberg.

Raberg lives in Neresheim .



  • Biographical manual of the Württemberg state parliament members 1815–1933 . (= Publications of the Commission for Historical Regional Studies in Baden-Württemberg). Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2001, ISBN 3-17-016604-2
  • Eugene Bolz . Between duty and resistance . DRW, Leinfelden-Echterdingen 2009, ISBN 978-3-87181-716-8 .
  • Biographical lexicon for Ulm and Neu-Ulm . Edited by the city archives Ulm and Neu-Ulm. Süddeutsche Verlagsgesellschaft Ulm im Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Ostfildern 2010, ISBN 978-3-7995-8040-3 (contains around 1,000 biographical articles and 1,750 sketches on people who died between 1802 and 2009)

As processor:

  • The protocols of the government of Württemberg-Hohenzollern .
  • Gubernatorial meetings. The German minutes of the discussions between representatives of the government of Württemberg-Hohenzollern and the French military government in Tübingen 1945–1952 . (= Documenta Suevica; Vol. 13). Edited by Edwin Ernst Weber. Edition Isele, Konstanz and Eggingen 2007, ISBN 978-3-86142-402-4 .

University theses:

  • The great power politics of Emperor Charles VI. with special consideration of the Mediterranean region . Master's thesis, University of Stuttgart 1988

Articles (selection):

  • Emilie Hiller . Social democratic politician, 1871–1943. In: Life pictures from Baden-Wuerttemberg. Volume 21. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1995, ISBN 3-17-018980-8 , pp. 436-456
  • From Härtsfeld to “big politics”. Karl von Hohl (1825–1899). A conservative Catholic as a parliamentarian in the Kingdom of Württemberg . In: Aalen Yearbook 1996, pp. 95-132
  • From the farm to the ministry. Friedrich Herrmann (1892–1954). Approaches to a "forgotten" politician . In: Württembergisch-Franken , 80th year 1996, pp. 223-295
  • “Perhaps someone higher will bless our work”. Josef Beyerle and the political reorganization in Württemberg 1945 . In: Journal of Württemberg State History . 55th year 1996, pp. 313-361
  • Franz Wiedemeier (1890–1970). A Christian democrat in the state and party politics of the German southwest . In: Ulm and Upper Swabia . 50, 1996, pp. 243-306
  • Franz Gog . A "Hohenzollern" parliamentarian between Bebenhausen and Stuttgart 1946-1953. A contribution to his biography . In: Journal for Hohenzollern History . 32nd year 1996, pp. 229-300
  • Gottlob Dill (1885–1968) . In: Rainer Jungs, Jörg Thierfelder (Ed.): We could not escape. 30 portraits on the Church and National Socialism in Württemberg . Quell-Verlag, Stuttgart 1998, ISBN 3-7918-3187-9 , pp. 189-205
  • The end of the Württemberg state parliament in 1933 . In: Journal of Württemberg State History . 58th year 1999, pp. 273-292
  • State Secretary Hermann Gögler 1945 to 1948. A civil servant as a politician in the State Ministry of Württemberg-Baden and at the US zonal level . In: Journal for Württemberg State History , 56th year 1997, pp. 375–433
  • Economic politicians between overconfidence and resignation. Oswald Lehnich , Württemberg Minister of Economics , In: Michael Kißener, Joachim Scholtyseck (Hrsg.): The leaders of the province . UVK, Konstanz 1997, ISBN 3-87940-566-2 , pp. 333-359
  • The figurehead of the Hitler government: Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath , Foreign Minister of the German Reich (1932–1938) . In: Michael Kißener, Joachim Scholtyseck (ed.): The leaders of the province . UVK, Konstanz 1997, ISBN 3-87940-566-2 , pp. 503-538
  • The Esslingen state parliament members in the state assemblies and in the Chamber of Members of the Kingdom of Württemberg and in the state parliaments of the Free People's State of Württemberg. A biographical and political overview . In: Esslinger Studies . 39: 143-223 (2000)
  • On the political biography of Dieter Roser (1911–1975). Part I . In: Esslinger Studies . Vol. 45 (2006), pp. 183-242
  • For “the well-earned rights of the nobility”. Representation of the knighthood of the Danube district in the Württemberg state parliament . In: Nobility in Transition. Upper Swabia from the early modern era to the present . Volume 2. Thorbecke, Stuttgart 2006, pp. 605-618
  • Ulm. Downfall and new beginning in a double peripheral location . In: The time after the war. Cities under reconstruction . State Office for Political Education, Stuttgart 2008 and Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2008, ISBN 978-3-17-019724-4 , pp. 399-415
  • Konrad Dietrich Hassler and the Ulm Minster. Württemberg's first state curator saved the symbol of the Danube city as a “traveler for the largest house in Germany”. In: Preservation of Monuments in Baden-Württemberg , 38th year 2009, issue 2, pp. 59–67 ( PDF )
  • Karl Konrad von Gutbrod , President of the Imperial Court in Leipzig, 1844–1905 . In: Life pictures from Baden-Württemberg . Volume 23, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2010, p. 216 ff.
  • numerous articles in the Baden-Württemberg biographies (online at LEO-BW )
  • several articles in the Neue Deutsche Biographie

Web links

Individual evidence

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  2. ^ Frank Raberg: Eugen Bolz. Between duty and resistance . DRW, Leinfelden-Echterdingen 2009, ISBN 978-3-87181-716-8 , spine
  3. Reinhold Weber, Ines Mayer (Ed.): Political heads from Southwest Germany . State Center for Political Education Baden-Württemberg. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2005, p. 334