Karl Albrecht (politician, 1904)

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Karl Albrecht (* 10. January 1904 in Lübeck ; † 5. March 1974 ) was a German politician of the SPD .

Karl Albrecht was a librarian in Lübeck and since 1923 for the social democratic press, including the Lübecker Volksbote . Because of his SPD membership, he lost his job as a librarian in 1933. Since then he has lived as a greengrocer.

In 1946 he became chairman of the SPD district association and senator in Lübeck. He was also a member of the first appointed Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein from February 26 to June 24, 1946 . There he was deputy chairman of the interior committee. In 1947/48 he was a member of the Zone Advisory Board for the Bizone . In 1961, Albrecht was charged with blasphemy by CDU Bundestag member Hermann Diebäcker for having published a poem critical of the church in the literary magazine alternative .


  • Karl-Ernst Sinner: Tradition and Progress. Senate and Mayor of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck 1918–2007 , Volume 46 of Series B of Publications on the History of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, published by the Archives of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck , Lübeck 2008, p. 25

Web links

  • Karl Albrecht in the state parliament information system Schleswig-Holstein

Individual evidence

  1. Holy Bimbam . In: Der Spiegel . No. 35 , 1961 ( online ).