Hermann Groine

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Hermann Groine

Hermann Heinrich Christian Groine (born April 16, 1897 in Dardesheim , † July 31, 1941 near Jarovatka , USSR ) was a German politician. Among other things, he was a member of the Reichstag for the NSDAP .


He was the son of master blacksmith Christian Groine from Dardesheim. After attending primary school in his home town in the northern Harz foreland and a three-year internship, Groine went to the technical center in Frankenhausen . From March 1915 to December 1918 he took part in the First World War, where he was deployed in Russia and on the Western Front . After returning to his homeland, he worked as an electrical engineer until 1931. From 1919 to 1921 he was politically active in the Hochschulring für deutsche Kind and in the Deutschvölkischer Schutz- und Trutzbund .

On March 20, 1923 he joined the NSDAP and became the local group leader of his party in Wittenberg the following year . In 1926 he rose to become district leader of the Hitler Youth and SA Navy in Reichenbach in Vogtland . In 1928 he became a motorcycle relay leader in Chemnitz and in 1931 NSDAP district leader in Döbeln , in 1934 he took over the office of district leader in Oschatz .

In March 1933 he was elected to the German Reichstag in the Leipzig constituency. He held this office until his death in 1941.

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