Karl Wilhelm Mandel

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Karl Wilhelm Mandel, 1911

Karl Wilhelm Mandel (born April 22, 1851 in Schwabach , † December 24, 1924 in Ansbach ) was an administrative lawyer and Under-Secretary of State for Alsace-Lorraine .


Karl Wilhelm Mandel attended high school in Ansbach and studied law in Munich and Leipzig. In 1869 he became a member of the Isaria Corps . As a student he took part in the Franco-German War .

From 1876 he was active in the service of the realm of Alsace-Lorraine . First as a justice of the peace in Albesdorf , then as a public prosecutor in Saargemünd and from 1880 in the Ministry of the Interior in Strasbourg. From 1883 to 1885 he was district director in the Erstein district , ministerial advisor in 1892 and ministerial director in 1905. From 1906 to 1914 he worked as Undersecretary for the Interior in the Ministry for Alsace-Lorraine . In terms of content, this corresponds to an interior minister in one of the other German states. In 1914 he left office after the Zabern affair . He last lived in Ansbach until his death in 1924 .



  • The Constitution and Administration of Alsace-Lorraine, 1905


  • Government and Parliament of Alsace-Lorraine 1911–1916. Biographical-statistical manual. Mühlhausen 1911, p. 114

Individual evidence

  1. Schulthess' European history calendar new series, Volume 40, Volume 65 of the complete series, CH Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Munich 1927, p. 485.
  2. Kösener corps lists 1910, 173 , 523
  3. a b Kösener Corpslisten 1960, 109 , 556