Ludwig Holle (Minister of Education)

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Governor Ludwig Holle as honorary director of the International Art and Horticultural Exhibition in Düsseldorf in 1904
Portrait relief on the tomb in Dortmund

Ludwig August Hugo Holle (born June 27, 1855 in Schwelm ; † December 12, 1909 in Dortmund ) was a German lawyer and Prussian administrative officer . From June 24, 1907 to July 14, 1909, he was the Prussian Minister for Spiritual, Educational and Medical Matters (Minister of Education).


Holle studied law . From 1878 he was a court referendar and from 1883 a court assessor . A year later he switched to the special agricultural commission in Höxter . In 1889, Holle was appointed a councilor. From 1890 he worked as an unskilled worker in the Prussian Ministry of Agriculture. In 1891 he was promoted to the rank of Privy Councilor and Lecturer . Another promotion took place in 1895 to the Secret Upper Government Council. In 1900 Holle became governor of the Prussian province of Westphalia . From 1904 he was Undersecretary of State in the Prussian Ministry of Public Works . From 1907 to 1909 he was the Prussian minister of education, although he was already on leave in 1908 for health reasons.

Since 1876 he was a member of the Corps Bremensia Göttingen .

Ludwig Holle's grave is in the east cemetery in Dortmund .

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  1. ^ Kösener corps lists 1910, 63 , 849