Marcus Wolf Hinrichsen

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Marcus Wolf Hinrichsen (born May 17, 1829 in Güstrow , † April 18, 1902 in Hamburg ) was a Hamburg businessman and politician.


Marcus Wolf Hinrichsen visited to 1844 high school in Güstrow and received business training in his father's business there Adolph Hinrichsen & Co . From 1852 he worked in Hamburg as an agent for foreign trading houses. In 1857 he acquired Hamburg citizenship after having founded his own company May & Hinrichsen shortly before .

Hinrichsen was elected to the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce in 1868 and served as its President in 1873. He was a member of the Hamburg citizenship in 1868, 1871 as a chamber representative and as an elected member from 1875 to 1901.

In 1869 he was elected to the Reichstag of the North German Confederation in a replacement election in the Hamburg constituency 1 , which also made him a member of the Customs Parliament . He belonged to the National Liberal Party .

Hinrichsen officiated in 1889 as a member of the customs advisory authority . He was one of the co-founders of the Hamburg Customs Association , on whose board he was active for many years. Hinrichsen was a member of the board of the German-Jewish Congregation Hamburg for several years.


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Ernest Hamburger: Jews in Public Life in Germany, Tübingen 1968 ISBN 3168292923 ; P. 247

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