Herbert Keddi

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Herbert Keddi (born December 7, 1937 in Erfurt ) is a former German politician ( SED ). In 1990 he was the acting Minister of Transport in the GDR .


Keddi was born in Erfurt and learned the trade of a railroad worker. He worked on various management levels of the Deutsche Reichsbahn , among others in the Reichsbahnamt, in the Reichsbahndirektion and in the Ministry of Transport. For ten years he headed the party organs department in the political administration of the Deutsche Reichsbahn. He completed an engineering degree as well as a degree in social sciences with a degree in social science .

From January 1986 to December 1988 he was first secretary of the SED district leadership "Central Organs of Transport" (successor to Fritz Bernhardt ). From December 1988 to December 1989 he was Deputy Minister for Transport and 1st Deputy Director General of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, from December 1989 to May 1990 General Director of the Deutsche Reichsbahn and from February 1990 to April 1990 acting Minister for Transport in the Modrow government . From June 1, 1990 he was managing director of Projektmanagement-Infrastruktur-Gleis-GmbH Berlin, since spring 1993 managing director of Wisser Dienstleistungs-GmbH (a building cleaning company).



  • Andreas Herbst (eds.), Winfried Ranke, Jürgen Winkler: This is how the GDR worked. Volume 3: Lexicon of functionaries (= rororo manual. Vol. 6350). Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg 1994, ISBN 3-499-16350-0 , p. 166.

Individual evidence

  1. Neue Zeit from June 25, 1994
  2. Berliner Zeitung of January 20, 1986
  3. ^ New Germany of December 7, 1989
  4. Berliner Zeitung of May 31, 1990
  5. Berliner Zeitung of May 31, 1990
  6. New Times of June 10, 1994
  7. Berliner Zeitung , October 2, 1987, p. 4.

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