Lisa Albrecht

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Lisa Albrecht born Hartjen (* 27. May 1896 in Hamburg , † 16th May 1958 in Berlin ) was a German politician of the SPD .

Life and work

Lisa Albrecht was originally a sports teacher by profession. In 1919 she married the publisher and politician August Albrecht . From 1928 to 1933 she worked as a party secretary in the province of Brandenburg . For political reasons she was arrested in 1933 (until 1938) and sentenced. In 1943 she moved with her husband to Mittenwald , where she was placed under police supervision in 1944. After the end of the war, she was initially employed by the American military administration.

Political party

Albrecht had been a member of the SPD since 1914, having previously belonged to the SAJ . In 1946/47 she was state chairwoman of the SPD in Bavaria , then deputy state chairwoman until her death. From 1947 until her death, Albrecht was a member of the federal executive committee of the SPD.


Lisa Albrecht was a member of the German Bundestag from the first federal election in 1949 until her death. She held the office of secretary. In 1950, together with her parliamentary colleague Liesel Kipp-Kaule , she campaigned for a law for economic equality for women in addition to Article 3 of the Basic Law . The two politicians could not prevail in their own parliamentary group.

Public offices

In 1945 Lisa Albrecht became mayor of Mittenwald.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Anne-Kathrin Beer: Albrecht, August . In: Franklin Kopitzsch, Dirk Brietzke (Hrsg.): Hamburgische Biographie . tape 5 . Wallstein, Göttingen 2010, ISBN 978-3-8353-0640-0 , p. 17 .