Heinrich Sartorius

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Heinrich Sartorius (born August 2, 1912 in Heidelberg , † 1989 ) was a German diplomat .


Heinrich Sartorius studied economics , law , sociology and newspaper studies . On August 2, 1934, he passed the diploma examination for economists. Sartorius was employed by the Federal Statistical Office and the Federal Ministry of Economics .

In 1954 he joined the foreign service as a delegation counselor in Tunis . In 1960, he was chargé d'affaires in Brazzaville .

The Central African Republic was established on August 13, 1960. In 1960, the government of David Dacko and the German government of Konrad Adenauer established diplomatic relations. With his office in Bangui , Heinrich Sartorius was also accredited by the governments in Libreville , Gabon and Fort Lamy , Chad .

In Nicosia , his embassy staff included Counselor Paul Kurbjuhn (* 1913).

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Bulletin, Deutscher Bundes-Verlag, 1961
  2. German Ambassador to the Republic of Chad The Federal Foreign Office announces: The government of the Republic of Chad has appointed Dr. Heinrich Sartorius issued the agreement as Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Fort Lamy.
  3. affairs. Rommel in the kitchen . In: Der Spiegel . No. 30 , 1978 ( online ).
  4. Bulletin of the Press and Information Office of the Federal Government , Press and Information Office, Deutscher Bundes-Verlag, 1973
predecessor Office successor
Chargé d'affaires of the Federal Republic of Germany in Brazzaville
1960 to December 22, 1961
1969–1970: Andreas Meyer-Landrut
Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangui
December 22, 1961 to 1966
Götz von Houwald
Alexander Török Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Nicosia
1973 to 1976
Gottfried Pagenstert