Georg Bamberg

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Georg Bamberg (born January 9, 1936 in Rosenheim ) is a German politician ( SPD ). He was a member of the German Bundestag from February 2, 1981, when he replaced Hans-Jochen Vogel, until 1990. He was always drawn into parliament via the state list of the SPD Bavaria .


Bamberg went to the upper secondary school, which he graduated in 1951 with the secondary school leaving certificate. He then began as a young worker at the Deutsche Bundesbahn , where he later also became an official . In 1961 he was promoted to senior service, and ultimately he was Federal Railroad Administrator at the Rosenheim company health insurance fund.


Bamberg joined the SPD in 1964 and was initially a member of the Rosenheim city council from 1966, which he remained until 1981. During this time he was, among other things, a member of the district assembly of Upper Bavaria District assembly of the Rosenheim district . He also held several board positions on internal party bodies. On February 2, 1981, Bamberg moved into the Bundestag via the Bavarian SPD state list to take the seat of Hans-Jochen Vogel, who had moved to Berlin. Bamberg was re-elected twice and was a member of the Bundestag until the end of 1990. He was a member of the Transport Committee in all terms of office.