Otto Hufnagel

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Otto Julius Hufnagel (born October 4, 1885 in Frankfurt am Main , † November 11, 1944 in Westerburg ) was a German teacher and politician ( DDP ).

Hufnagel was the son of the teacher Johannes Hufnagel and his wife Ida Marie Henriette née Aschenbrenner. He married Theodora Lydia Smith on August 6 [1837] (impossible) in Frankfurt am Main. Hufnagel studied at Heidelberg University . In 1912 he became a senior teacher in Arolsen and in 1924 was promoted to the teaching position there. He later became a teacher at the Kaiser-Friedrich-Gymnasium in Frankfurt. From 1919 to 1922 he was a member of the Waldeck-Pyrmont constitutional representation for the DDP .