Wilhelm Fließbach

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Wilhelm Robert Karl Fließbach (born December 4, 1901 in Stolp , † July 17, 1971 in Fürstenfeldbruck ) was a German lawyer.


During his studies Fließbach became a member of the Tübingen fraternity Derendingia in the winter semester 1920/21 . In 1925 he submitted his doctoral thesis to the law and political science faculty of the University of Greifswald . From 1930 to 1936 he was city councilor, city syndic and mayor of Sopot . In 1936 he moved to the Reich Finance Administration. During the Second World War he was senior judge at the Wehrmacht High Command .

From 1946 he was a senior government councilor and head of the Nienburg / Weser tax office. From 1952 to 1968 he was a federal judge at the Federal Fiscal Court in Munich.

His sons are the physicist Torsten Fliessbach and the translator Holger Fliessbach .



  • The occupation of the Ruhr as a problem of international law . Greifswald, 1925

Individual evidence

  1. Membership directory of the Derendingia fraternity in Tübingen. October 1933, p. 50.
  2. ^ Family and ancestors , on the official website of Torsten Fließbach at uni-siegen.de

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