Julius Lasse

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Julius Alexander Lasse (born December 24, 1819 in Bornitz , † February 13, 1898 in Grimma ) was a German politician ( National Liberal Party ).

Live and act

First Lasse attended elementary school in Technitz, then he completed a commercial apprenticeship in Döbeln from 1834 to 1838 . After working in Leipzig for some time , Julius Lasse attended the commercial college in Leipzig. But in 1848 he settled in Grimma as a merchant. He was clerk of a factory shop in Grimma and at the same time also worked in a club bank. He belonged to the Grimma trade association, which had 250 members, and was its chairman for many years.

From 1875 to 1885 he was city councilor of Grimma. From 1883 to 1885 he was there in front of the city council. In 1877 Julius Alexander Lasse was elected as a member of the Second Chamber of the Saxon State Parliament in a by-election in the 11th urban constituency for Richard Ludwig , who resigned his mandate for professional reasons, to which he belonged for the remainder of the six-year electoral period until 1879. From 1886 to 1898 he was an unpaid city councilor of Grimma.


  • Elvira Döscher, Wolfgang Schröder : Saxon parliamentarians 1869–1918. The deputies of the Second Chamber of the Kingdom of Saxony in the mirror of historical photographs. A biographical handbook (= photo documents on the history of parliamentarism and political parties. Volume 5). Droste, Düsseldorf 2001, ISBN 3-7700-5236-6 , p. 418.

Individual evidence

  1. Historical minutes of the Saxon state parliament