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Encyclopedia > Foreign Minister of Germany

This page lists State Secretaries for Foreign Affairs under the German Empire (1873-1918), and Ministers of Foreign Affairs under succeeding governments thereafter. See also Foreign Minister of Prussia.


State Secretaries for Foreign Affairs, 1873-1918

  • Bernhard Ernst von Bülow 1873-1879
  • Count Paul von Hatzfeld 1881-1885
  • Prince Herbert von Bismarck 1886-1890
  • Baron Adolf Marschall von Bieberstein 1890-1897
  • Count Bernhard von Bülow 1897-1900
  • Baron Oswald von Richthofen 1900-1906
  • Heinrich Leonhard von Tschirschky 1906-1907
  • Baron Wilhelm von Schoen 1907-1910
  • Alfred von Kiderlen-Wächter 1910-1912
  • Gottlieb von Jagow 1913-1916
  • Arthur Zimmermann 1916-1917
  • Richard von Kühlmann 1917-1918
  • Paul von Hintze 1918
  • Wilhelm Solf 1918

Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1918-1945

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1951-present

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1990

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Remarks with Foreign Minister Fischer of Germany (1444 words)
I had the chance to again thank the Minister for the very strong support that Germany has provided to us since the 11th of September, and as part of building the coalition.
I was pleased that Prime Minister Sharon has announced the formation of the committee that I referred to yesterday, and will welcome the visit of Assistant Secretary Burns and General Zinny in the not-too-distant future.
Minister Fischer travels through the region on a fairly regular basis, and I have always welcomed his counsel and advice on these matters, and I know that I will continue to receive that in the months ahead.
German visa scandal rattles foreign minister | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited (643 words)
Germany's foreign minister, Joschka Fischer, was yesterday at the centre of a deepening scandal over claims that he allowed thousands of migrants into Germany from the former Soviet Union on dubious visas.
The scandal appears to be the most serious to hit the Green party politician since he became Germany's foreign minister six years ago, and yesterday prompted the chancellor, Gerhard Schröder, to take the unusual step of defending his coalition colleague.
But the affair comes at a delicate time for Germany's red-green government, which has recently enjoyed a political revival and is narrowly ahead in the polls for the first time in three years.
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