Helmut Kalkbrenner

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Helmut Kalkbrenner (born October 4, 1930 , † 1984 ) was a German politician ( BP , BSP ).

In 1966 and 1967 he was chairman of the Bavarian party. When he wanted to reorganize the BP after leaving the Bavarian state parliament and also open it to non-Bavarians, he failed because of the group around Ludwig Lallinger . He then left the party and founded the Bavarian State Party with Joseph Panholzer , of which he was chairman from December 3, 1967 to October 19, 1969.

In the 1970s, Kalkbrenner ensured close cooperation between the BSP and the EFP , in which it was merged on December 6, 1975 as the Bavarian regional association while retaining its name.

Kalkbrenner was a senior district attorney at the Bavarian Administrative Court . During his studies he became a member of the KBStV Rhaetia Munich . Hans Hermann Lechner was his body fox.


  • Kalkbrenner, Helmut. EFP - party or movement? in: Die föderalistische Alternative, No. 4, 1976, pages 3 ff.

Corporated in the KBSt.V. Rhaetia to Munich