Mine Hardle

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Mine Härdle (born December 24, 1888 in Karlsruhe , † June 22, 1967 ) was a German politician ( SPD ).


After secondary school, Härdle attended higher commercial and women's technical college. She passed the teacher examination for housekeeping, handicrafts and trade. In the years 1917 to 1920 she completed the social exam and then worked as a trade teacher in Cologne . From 1926 Härdle was a member of the SPD and from 1930 a member of the board of the SPD local association in Cologne and from 1932 a member of the city council.

After the beginning of the National Socialist rule , she was dismissed for political unreliability. Since 1948 she was a lecturer at the vocational education academy in Solingen .

After the Second World War, Härdle became involved again in the SPD. She was a delegate at the Reich Party Congress of the SPD in May 1946 in Hanover . In addition, she was again a city councilor in Cologne from 1945 to 1948 and since 1945 a member of the board of the Upper Rhine district. In 1946 she was appointed a member of the Provincial Council of North Rhine. She was a member of the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia in the terms of office of 1946 and 1947 and as a member of the first and second elected state parliaments until 1954.

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Härdle mine at the North Rhine-Westphalia state parliament