Hubertus von Golitschek

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Hubertus von Golitschek (born October 22, 1910 in Prauß , Reichenbach district (Eulengebirge) , Silesia , † January 17, 1969 ) was a German lawyer and politician ( FDP ).

Life and work

After graduation Golitschek took a degree in law at the universities of Breslau and Prague in which he both law degree and in 1935 with the graduation to the Dr. jur. finished. He then entered the Czech financial service and worked as a director's secretary in the steel industry from 1937. From 1939 to 1945 he took part in the Second World War as a soldier on the German side .

After the end of the war, Golitschek was interned in Prague and expelled from Czechoslovakia in 1946 . He then moved to West Germany as a displaced person , settled in Heidelberg and worked there as an economic consultant. In addition, he was a co-founder of the Baden organization for expellees.


Golitschek was elected to the Heidelberg City Council in 1948 . He belonged to the German Bundestag in the first legislative period ( 1949 to 1953) and again from April 18, 1956, when he replaced the retired MP Paul Luchtenberg , until 1957. In the first legislative period he entered parliament via the state list Württemberg-Baden , in the second via the state list North Rhine-Westphalia .

In the regular new election of the board of the FDP parliamentary group on May 6, 1952, he was elected as assessor for the remainder of the first legislative period. As a relatively unknown backbencher, he surprisingly prevailed against Hans Albrecht Freiherr von Rechenberg , the representative of the party rights.

Individual evidence

  1. Christof Brauers, The FDP in Hamburg 1945 to 1953. Start as a bourgeois left party (= Association Democratic Openness. DemOkrit. Vol. 3). M-Press Meidenbauer, Munich 2007, ISBN 978-3-89975-569-5 , p. 562 (also: Hamburg, Helmut Schmidt University, dissertation, 2004).


  • Munzinger Internationales Biographisches Archiv 16/1952 from April 7, 1952

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