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|Height :||7 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||31.97 km 2|
|Residents:||21,852 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||684 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||25746|
|Area code :||0481|
|License plate :||HEI, MED|
|Community key :||01 0 51 044|
|LOCODE :||DE HDE|
City administration address :
|Mayor :||Oliver Schmidt-Gutzat ( SPD )|
|Location of the city of Heide in the Dithmarschen district|
The urban area of Heide is located on the western edge of the Schleswig-Holstein Geest in the northern part of the Dithmarsch district area northeast of the Meldorfer Bucht . To distinguish it from other places with the same name, the addition “i. H. "/ spoken" (in) Holstein "used.
The 1987 census in Germany registered the population on the basis of the following list of places to live. After that, the city was divided as follows:
- High field
Today Rüsdorf (incorporated in 1924), Süderholm-Bennewohld (incorporated in 1967) and Butendiek are named as districts of Heide (Holst.) .
In addition, the city is often pragmatically divided according to the four main directions into Heide-Nord and Heide-Süd as well as Heide-Ost and Heide-West .
Bordering the Heider urban area:
|Neuenkirchen ; Wesseln||Weddingstedt||Ostrohe ; Süderheistedt ; Barkenholm|
Heide is mentioned for the first time in 1404 as Uppe de Heyde . According to a chronicle from 1577, the villages Rickelshof, Lohe, Wesseln and Rüsdorf decided in the 14th century to build a chapel - or, according to another source, an inn - at the intersection of their areas. As early as 1434, Heide was mentioned as a meeting place for the peasant republic. In 1447 the Dithmarscher Heide elected the upper court of the forty-eight and secured the status of the place as one of the Dithmarsch main towns next to Meldorf . Up to 12,000 able-bodied men could gather on the 4.6 hectare square for the state assemblies. A St. Jürgen chapel, consecrated to St. George , is attested on its edge as early as 1437 .
On December 10, 1524, the former monk Heinrich von Zütphen , who had come to Meldorf at the invitation of Nicolaus Boie at the end of November to preach Protestant doctrine, was burned on the market square . The Reformation did not take hold until eight years later.
Even if Dithmarschen lost its independence after the last feud in 1559 and Heide was completely destroyed in the process, Heide retained its importance as a trading place and seat of the administration of the Dithmarschen region. The former meeting place now only served as a marketplace. The church, originally made of field stone , was rebuilt from bricks and consecrated again the following year. The tower was added in 1611 and renewed in 1724.
1877 was Heide by the West Holstein Railway Company in Station Heide first railway connections to Neumünster and Tonning , the November 1, 1878 by the integration of Marschbahn to direct connections to Hamburg and ten years later, just after Husum have been extended. From 1905 to 1938 there was the premises of the Norderdithmarschen district railway opposite the station , which opened up the district with two routes.
Heide was an early stronghold of National Socialism . In the 1928 Reichstag election , the NSDAP in Heide achieved 12.6 percent. After the so-called Blood Night of Wöhrden by the Nazis, the NSDAP's local branch in Heid recorded a strong increase in membership. In the local elections in 1929, the NSDAP came to 14 percent. In the Reichstag election in 1930 , 33.3 percent of the voters in Heide voted for the NSDAP, in the Reichstag election in July 1932, 50.8 percent.
Despite the absolute majority for the NSDAP in the local elections in 1933 with 57.7 percent, the German national mayor Hermann Hadenfeldt remained in office for the time being. In 1937, however, Hadenfeldt gave up his office prematurely and Karl Herwig was appointed mayor. After the war, the British appointed August Vehrs mayor.
During Operation Gomorrah , the US bombers of the 381st bomb group dropped their bomb load on the afternoon of July 25, 1943 only during their return flight to the North Sea over Heide.
Heide has been the district town of the Dithmarschen district, which was newly created from the Norder- and Süderdithmarschen districts, and prevailed against Meldorf in the election. As early as 1932, the Prussian government merged the Norder- and Süderdithmarschen districts, but made Meldorf the district town. The Nazis reversed the merger in 1933. In September 1967 the places Süderholm and Bennewohld were incorporated at their own request.
On October 9, 1924, the village community of Rüsdorf, which until then belonged to the parish of Weddingstedt , was incorporated. On January 1, 1968, the previously independent municipality of Süderholm was added. This corresponded geographically to the municipality of Süderholm-Bennewohld, which on April 1, 1934 was divided into the new communities of Bennewohld and Süderholm. Bennewohld was incorporated into Süderholm on April 1, 1943.
The graph shows a typical increase in the number of inhabitants for the region. After the Second World War, Dithmarschen and Eiderstedt (together under 120,000 inhabitants at the time) became the Allied internment area for up to 400,000 Wehrmacht soldiers (restricted area G). During the war and afterwards, a large number of refugees from the former eastern regions of Germany were taken in and permanently settled in Heide.
Since the local elections on May 6, 2018 , the 29 seats (+ 2) in the council assembly have been distributed among the individual parties as follows (in brackets: difference to the number of seats after the local election on May 26, 2013 ):
- CDU : 12 seats (± 0)
- SPD : 8 seats (-3)
- FDP : 3 seats (+ 1)
- LEFT : 3 seats (+ 1)
- FWH : 3 seats (+ 3)
The mayor of the city of Heide has been Oliver Schmidt-Gutzat (SPD) since September 30, 2018. His deputies are Marc-Friedrich Trester (CDU) and Manfred Will (SPD).
Michael Stumm (CDU) is the mayor of the city of Heide. His deputies are Hülya Altun (SPD) and Carsten Dethlefs (CDU).
coat of arms
|Blasonierung : In " Rot a left border , bareheaded, gold hairy , -gegürteter and -gespornter , silver knight on the abdomen of a backward left-, four-legged, wingless, goldäugigen and -pfeilzungigen, silver kite , the right rear claw and tail comprise his right leg, the thrusting a golden spear into the dragon's mouth, on the right accompanied by a fallen golden anchor ringed above and below, on the left by a five-branched, golden-rooted, purple- flowered , green tuft of heather . "|
|Justification of the coat of arms: The main motif of the coat of arms of the city of Heide is Saint George killing a dragon , called St. Jürgen in northern Germany. In 1434 the representatives of eight Dithmarsch parishes “up de Heyde tho Rusdorpe” (Rüsdorf) met to hold peace talks with Hamburg delegates. This is where the town of Heide developed in the period that followed, especially since the state assemblies of all Dithmarschers took place here and from 1447 the highest court of the state also met here. The chapel, consecrated soon after 1434 and consecrated to St. Jürgen, became a church with its own parish around 1460. This gave the place the right to have its own seal; this reflects the patron saint of the church. Its oldest imprint dates from 1461. As the meeting place for important organs of the state constitution, Heide developed into the center of the Dithmarschen peasant republic. Today's coat of arms goes back to the oldest Heider seal. The focus is on the patron saint, the tuft of heather explains the place name " talking ". The meaning of the anchor is not clear.|
In red, the figures of the city's coat of arms are all in white without a shield, accompanied by a narrow white stripe at the top and bottom near the edge.
- Nowogard in Poland - City Friendship (formerly Naugard)
- Anklam in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania - friendship between cities
- Freudenstadt - friendly relations with the large district town in the Black Forest. Freudenstadt is the other city in Germany that claimed to have the largest marketplace in the country. Both cities have now agreed that the marketplaces are the same size, but Heide has the largest undeveloped marketplace in Germany and Freudenstadt the largest built-up marketplace.
- Sponsorship with the German private school in Feldstedt / Denmark
- Sponsorship for the 12th inspection of the Air Force NCO school
- Sponsorship of the container ship "Heide" - Reederei Wentorf
- Sponsorship of the Lufthansa jet "Heide"
- Sponsorship of the former residents of the town and the Naugard district in Pomerania
Culture and sights
St. Jürgen Church
The light-flooded church stands on the south-west corner of the market square and was built on the foundation walls of the previous building, which was completely destroyed in a fire in 1559. 1694–1696 the building was expanded and in the same century a gallery was added on the north side, on which scenes from the Bible are shown in pictorial representations. In 1724 the church was enlarged to a hall church with a new, wider choir and the tower built in 1611 was redesigned as you can still see it today. A sandstone baptismal font was taken over from the old church. The shrine of a Gothic carved altar on the south wall is presumably composed of two older altars. The pulpit from the time of construction with depictions of scenes from the life of Jesus with inscriptions in Low German comes from the time of the new building, the baroque altar from 1699. Outside the church on the south side there is an atonement stone that was made in pictures and words by one in 1567 Homicide reported.
The old pastor's office is located on the south side of the Heider Marktplatz, opposite the St. Jürgen Church. The building was built in 1739 by Johann Georg Schott.
Today the Protestant church office is located there.
The city has the largest undeveloped market square in Germany (4.7 ha ). The traditional weekly market has been held here for over 500 years. It is the former meeting place of the state assembly of the free and independent peasant republic Dithmarschen (1447–1559). 48 regents met every Saturday, created laws, issued justice, levied penalties, received or sent embassies.
The Heider water tower , built in 1903 and completely renovated in 2004, with the wedding room of the Heider registry office is worth seeing.
Museum Island Lüttenheid
The focus of the Heider Heimatmuseum is on the founding time of Heide at the time of the Dithmarsch peasant republic and the Heider world in the 19th and 20th centuries. This is illustrated by numerous original objects.
The Klaus Groth Museum is the birthplace of the poet Klaus Groth (1819–1899), who is considered the most important Low German poet. The family's former miller business was converted into a museum in memory of the poet in 1914 after the city bought and completely renovated the dilapidated building. Furthermore, the furnished house gives an impression of the living conditions of the 19th century.
At the Brahms House (after Johannes Brahms ) you can find a plaque under the gable on the front with a reference to the Brahms family, who owned the house from 1819 to 1887. The Brahms Society Schleswig-Holstein, founded in 1987, has created a place of remembrance for the composer here. The house is a cultural attraction and houses an exhibition and a library with literature on Johannes Brahms. Concerts, lectures and courses as well as the planning for the award of the Brahms Prize also take place here.
Stumbling blocks for Nazi victims
- The tradition of the Hohnbeers (Hohn = rooster; beer = festival), which takes place at carnival time, dates back to the 19th century .
- The Heider Marktfrieden , a medieval market , has been held every two years in July since 1990 .
Since July 2007 the city of Heide has been advertising with the slogan "Market town in the North Sea wind".
For the trotting races of the Ditmarsia trotting club, founded on March 4, 1904, a 500-meter-long trotting track was built, which was inaugurated on June 16, 1907. In 1924, the Traberclub, together with the newly founded Dithmarscher Automobil-Club (DAC), decided to build an automobile and motorcycle racing track, which was completed after just seven weeks of construction and was one of the most modern and fastest autodromes in Europe. "The track was 1250 m long, 10-12 m wide and had a curve superelevation of 45-50 degrees". Up until 1932, eighteen races in various automobile and motorcycle classes took place on this oval track, some as German championships. The track record held by Soenius on the Fichtenhain racecourse is 143.2 km / h. [Compiled from Ernst Peters: The great automobile and motorcycle races - Fichtenhain racecourse 1925–1932: The rise and fall of a sports facility in Heide. Pro Business, Berlin 2013.]
Sports clubs (selection)
- Dithmarscher Automobil-Club Heide e. V. (DDAC)
- Heider SV ( soccer )
- MTV Heide (various popular sports )
- Post sports club Heide (various leisure and popular sports)
- Chess Club VHS Heide
The station of Heath is a railway junction in Schleswig-Holstein railway. This is where the Neumünster – Heide and Heide – Büsum lines meet the Marschbahn . The station is a system stop in the Schleswig-Holstein local transport network . The RE 6 ( Hamburg-Altona - Westerland (Sylt) ), as well as the RB 62 ( Heide - Itzehoe ) and RB 63 ( Neumünster - Büsum station ) operate at the station .
The station is also served by long-distance trains. Individual connections within the IC line network of the Deutsche Bahn subsidiary DB Fernverkehr are tied through in Hamburg via the Marschbahn to Westerland / Sylt.
Heide is connected to the German motorway network by the A 23 Hamburg – Heide. There are the junction "Heide-Süd" on the B 5 towards Meldorf / Brunsbüttel and the junction "Heide-West" on the B 203 towards Büsum or towards Rendsburg / Kiel and the B 5 towards Tönning / Husum .
The direct settlement area of the city in public transport by two city bus lines opened (line numbers 2901 and 2902 in Nahverkehrsverbund Schleswig-Holstein), which run every half-hour clock. The operator is currently (as of 2020) the company Autokraft , a subsidiary of the Deutsche Bahn Group . In addition, there are regional bus connections to the surrounding area of the entire northern district of Dithmarschen.
At the heart of urban and regional bus traffic are the previously separate stations, train station and central bus station . The Heider Stadtverkehr lines have been departing from the new combined platform at the station since December 2013 . The complete relocation of the central bus station to Heider Bahnhof was originally planned for 2015, but is still in the planning phase.
The nearest regional airport is Heide-Büsum airfield , from here regular OFD flights to Helgoland are offered several times a day . The nearest airport is in Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel , which can be reached in an hour.
Education, child and medical care
General education schools
Student numbers from the school year 2018/2019
- Lüttenheid elementary school (Lüttenheid 32), 184 students in 8 classes
- Schools on the moor with locations in Heide-Süderholm and the neighboring municipality of Ostrohe (Süderholmer Straße 65), 156 students in 7 classes
- St. Georg School (Bürgermeister-Vehrs-Straße 13–15), 237 students in 10 classes
Elementary and community schools
- Klaus-Groth-Schule with locations at Klaus-Groth-Straße 18-20 and on Loher Weg, 518 students in 22 classes
- Heide-Ost community school (Friedrich-Elvers-Straße 7), 552 students in 24 classes
- Friedrich-Elvers-Schule (Europaschule), Heide support center with branch offices (Friedrich-Elvers-Straße 14), 52 students in 6 classes, 387 supervised persons in total
- Werner-Heisenberg-Gymnasium (Rosenstrasse 41), 811 students in 34 classes
- Heide-Ost high school (European school / culture school), (Friedrich-Elvers-Straße 7), 636 students in 26 classes
Vocational high school at the BBZ Dithmarschen (Waldschlößchenstraße 48-52; in Meldorf : Friedrichshöfer Straße 31), specializations:
- Health and social
- Technology and agriculture (agricultural biology)
- The fields of technology and agriculture at the vocational high school of the BBZ Dithmarschens are being relocated to Heide in steps; however, the technicians are dependent on the technical equipment in Meldorf, which does not (yet) allow the Meldorf site to be completely excluded.
- Vocational Training Center (BBZ) Dithmarschen (Waldschlößchenstrasse 48–52; in Meldorf: Friedrichshöfer Strasse 31)
- Dr.-Gillmeister-Schule, state-recognized school for technical assistants in medicine (Esmarchstraße 50)
- State-recognized college for geriatric care / DRK LV (Esmarchstraße 50)
- Agricultural school (Waldschlösschenstraße 47)
- Education center for professions in health care at the Westküstenklinikum Heide (Esmarchstraße 50)
- Rescue Service Academy of the RKiSH , emergency medical training and advanced training (Esmarchstraße 50)
University of Applied Sciences
- Electrical engineering and information technology
- Business administration
- International tourism management
- economic and legal
- Management and technology
- Business psychology
- Environmentally friendly building system technology
- Green Energy - project management of renewable energies
- Real estate industry
- Evangelical Kindergarten (Lindenstrasse 9a)
- Evangelical Johannes Kindergarten (Stettiner Straße 28)
- All-day kindergarten and day care center Heide e. V. (Klaus-Harms-Strasse 56)
- Sausewind day care center (Klaus-Harms-Straße 56)
- Childcare service (Helgoländer Straße 13)
- Kindergarten Noah's Ark (Waldschlößchenstrasse 84)
- Morgenstern day care center (Nordstrander Straße 27)
- Rainbow day care center (Norderstraße 82–86)
- Shooting Star Daycare Center (Dr.-Gillmeister-Weg 3)
- Nordlichter day care center (Fritz-Thiedemann-Ring 20b)
- Bright spot on the west coast (Berliner Strasse 65)
Other educational institutions
- BTZ Heide Education and Technology Center gGmbH (Stiftstrasse 83)
- Volkshochschule Heide e. V. (Market 29)
- City library (Himmelreichstrasse 10-12)
- Dithmarscher Musikschule e. V. (Bahnhofstrasse 29)
- The West Coast Clinic has two locations with Brunsbüttel and Heide, with 17 clinics and institutes in Heide offering the much broader range.
Churches and ecclesiastical institutions
- St. Jürgen (Market)
- Resurrection Church (Timm-Kröger-Strasse 33)
- Erlöserkirche (Berliner Strasse 7)
- Süderholm community center (Amtmann-Rohde-Straße 27)
- Association of Christian Scouts Heide, VCP Heide
- Ring Protestant parish scout Heide, tribe Westwind
- St. Josef (Kleine Strasse 8)
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( Mormons ) (Dr.-Lammers-Straße 26a)
- New Apostolic Church (Ernst-Mohr-Strasse 9)
- Seventh-day Adventists (Rüsdorfer Straße 19)
- VIKZ mosque (Hamburger Strasse 18)
- Christ Church ( Evangelical Free Church Congregation / Baptists ) (Westerweide 5)
- Nordfriedhof / Zütphenfriedhof, Weddingstedter Straße (since 1825)
- Südfriedhof / Johannesfriedhof, Lobeskampweg (since 1932)
- Hohenhain forest cemetery (shared with Nordhastedt)
|Surname||Members or number|
|Roman Catholic Church||1,210|
|Evangelical Free Churches||not shown due to small numbers|
|Judaism||not shown due to small numbers|
|None ö.-r. Belonging to religious society||5,970|
- Klaus Groth , Low German poet and writer
- Heinrich Schultz, former market master
- August Blaas , 1868 head of the Fleckenkollegium, 1870 1st mayor of the city of Heide
- August Schölermann, city councilor, deputy mayor, initiator of the local history museum
- Ernst Mohr, founder of the facility in front of the Heider water tower and city council
- Emil Jacobsen, captain of the Heide volunteer fire department
- Nicolaus Bachmann , painter and sculptor
- Arnold Ebel , composer, professor at the Berlin University of Music
- Hermann Hadenfeldt , Mayor 1903–1909 and 1928–1937, city director after the war
- Friedrich Pauly, bookseller and city councilor, was considered the best Groth expert
- Hinrich Schmidt, 1919–1929 alderman and city councilor, 1924–1927 senior mayor, civil engineering contractor
- Adolf Stein, mayor
- August Vehrs, 22 years city councilor, 1945–1950 mayor
- Helmut Petersen-Schmidt, mayor
- Reinhard Woelk, mayor
- Franz-Helmut Pohlmann, 2008-2018 mayor
sons and daughters of the town
- Friedrich Johann Jacobsen (1774–1822), lawyer and author
- Paul Boysen (1803–1886), Mayor and Lord Mayor of Hildesheim
- Sophie Dethleffs (1809–1864), dialect poet
- Klaus Groth (1819–1899), Low German poet and writer
- Paul Christoph Hennings (1841–1908), botanist
- Alfred Jacobus Dührssen (1862–1933), gynecologist
- Nicolaus Bachmann (1865–1962), painter and sculptor
- Kurt Streitwolf (1871–1954), captain, imperial resident in the Caprivi Strip
- Hans Würtz (1875–1958), "cripple pedagogue"
- Rudolph Dirks (1877–1968), German-American comic book pioneer
- Hela Sander (1879–1952), writer
- Bruno Claussen (1880–1958), librarian
- Carl-Heinz Rodenberg (1904–1995), neurologist and psychiatrist, expert for "Aktion T4"
- Ernst Hanssen (1907–1989), metal and stone sculptor and goldsmith
- Kurt Hector (1909–1981), archivist
- Egon Overbeck (1918–1996), industrialist and Mannesmann chairman
- Fritz Thiedemann (1918–2000), double Olympic champion in show jumping
- Erwin Rehn (1927–2000), resistance fighter against National Socialism
- Willi Gerdau (1929–2011), football player
- Peter Freese (1939–2020), Americanist and literary scholar
- Ute Erdsiek-Rave (* 1947), politician (SPD)
- Wolfram Schädler (* 1947), lawyer, former federal prosecutor at the Federal Court of Justice
- Heiner Egge (* 1949), writer
- Joachim Krause (* 1951), Professor of Political Science
- Marie-Elisabeth Rehn (* 1951), folklorist
- Günther Schlee (* 1951), ethnologist, director at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
- Rolf Wiese (* 1952), museum director of the open-air museum at Kiekeberg, Rosengarten-Ehestorf
- Hauke Harder (* 1963), composer and experimental physicist
- Andreas Hein (* 1967), politician (CDU)
- Christian Pfaff (* 1968), actor
- Solveig Klaßen (* 1969), screenwriter and director
- Klaus Florian Vogt (* 1970), teenage hero tenor
- Edda Schnittgard (* 1971), musician, cabaret artist, author and director
- Michael David Pate (* 1980), film director, film producer and screenwriter
- Christoph Nübel (* 1982), historian
- René Wiesner (* 1987), film producer and film director
- Julian Grundt (* 1988), soccer player
- Lena Schrum (* 1991), soccer player
People connected to the city
- Heinrich von Zütphen (1488–1524), reformer and Protestant martyr, was burned in Heide
- Thomas Selle (1599–1663), teacher, church musician and composer
- Johannes Brahms (1833–1897), composer, his father was a native of Heider
- Gustav Bruhn (1889–1944), KPD politician and resistance fighter
- Claudius Gosau (1892–1944), resistance fighter against National Socialism
- Elisabeth Bruhn (1893–1944), communist and resistance fighter
- Lilly Wolff (1896-1942), teacher, victim of the Holocaust , employee of the Grüber office
- Godber Nissen (1906–1997), architect and university professor
- Waldemar Krause (1926–2006), writer, lived here for most of his life
- Elisabeth von Ulmann (1929–2005), writer, poet and poet, lived here and left her literary traces
- Bernd-Dieter Hugt (1944–2000), writer, grew up here, his novel Das Steinkind has many references to Heide
- Nis-Edwin List Petersen (* 1947), Deacon, composer new spiritual songs , musician, author, 1971-1978 Youth Officer was of the church district Norderdithmarschen and head of the Gospel - and Sacropop -Chors "Edwin's Karkenswingers"
- Hans-Liudger Dienel (* 1961), technology historian, completed his community service in Heide
- Ulrich Pfeil (* 1966), historian, grew up here and graduated from high school in Heide-Ost in 1985
- Kerstin Ott (* 1982), musician, has lived in Heide since childhood
- Marie-Elisabeth Rehn : Heider gottsleider - small town life under the swastika , reissued in 2005, Pro Business Berlin publishing house, ISBN 3-939000-31-0
- Erwin Rehn , Marie-Elisabeth Rehn : The silent ones - from Ostrowo via Berlin and Peine to Heide in Holstein to the end in Riga, Theresienstadt and Auschwitz; a Jewish family saga 1862-1944 , Konstanz 1998, ISBN 3-89649-259-4
- Ulrich Pfeil : From the German Empire to the “Third Reich”. Heide 1890–1933, Heide 1997
- Telse Lubitz : Heide im Wandel , walk through the history of the city of Heide, Verlag Boyens Medien Heide, ISBN 3-8042-0764-2
- Telse Lubitz, Inge Harländer: The series archive images - Life in Heide , new 2006, Verlag Sutton, ISBN 3-86680-047-9
- Theodor Lübbe , Günther Pump: Heide - market town in the North Sea wind , Verlag Boyens & Co Heide, ISBN 3-8042-0584-4
- Christian Peters : National Socialist Enforcement of Power in Small Towns. A comparative study on Quakenbrück and Heide / Holstein , Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld 2015, ISBN 978-3-8376-3091-6 .
- Ernst Peters: The great automobile and motorcycle races - Fichtenhain racecourse 1925–1932: The rise and fall of a sports facility in Heide . Pro Business, Berlin 2013, ISBN 978-3-86386-596-2
- City of Heath
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