Heinz Hohner

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Heinz Hohner (born January 19, 1907 in Fürth ; † May 17, 1967 in Frankfurt am Main ) was a German politician ( CSU ).

Hohner was born as the son of a senior public prosecutor, studied law in Munich, Kiel, Berlin, Freiburg and Würzburg, where he also received his doctorate, and did his legal clerkship in the Augsburg city administration. During his studies he became a member of the AGV Munich . In 1932 and 1933 he was an assessor at the Reichspostdirektion in Augsburg and in 1935 he became legal clerk for an insurance company in Stuttgart.

In 1945 he was appointed provisional district administrator for the district of Künzelsau , Württemberg. In this function he also belonged to the provisional parliament in the state of Württemberg-Baden in 1946 . Hohner was elected mayor of Augsburg on August 1, 1946 , but resigned from office in October 1947. In 1947 and 1948 he was President of the Oberpostdirektion in Munich . Most recently he was in charge of Deutsche Postreklame in Frankfurt am Main.

In honor of Hohner, the city of Augsburg named a street in Augsburg's textile district after him in 2000 .


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Association of Alter SVer (VASV): Address book and Vademecum. Ludwigshafen am Rhein 1959, p. 61.

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