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Encyclopedia > Interior Minister of Germany

This page lists German State Secretaries and Ministers of the Interior.


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Presidents of the Reichschancellery, 1871-1879

  • Rudolf Delbrück 1871-1876
  • Karl Hofmann 1876-1879

State Secretaries for the Interior, 1879-1918

  • Karl Hofmann 1879-1880
  • Karl Heinrich von Bötticher 1880-1897
  • Count Arthur Adolf von Posadowsky-Wehner 1897-1907
  • Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg 1907-1909
  • Klemens Delbrück 1909-1916
  • Karl Helfferich 1916-1917
  • Max Wallraf 1917-1918
  • Karl Trimborn 1918

Ministers of the Interior, 1918-1945

  • Friedrich Ebert (SPD) 1918-1919
  • Hugo Preuß (DDP) 1919
  • Eduard David (SPD) 1919
  • Erich Koch-Weser (DDP) 1919-1921
  • Georg Gradnauer (SPD) 1921
  • Adolf Köster (SPD) 1921-1922
  • Rudolf Oeser (DDP) 1922-1923
  • Wilhelm Sollmann (SPD) 1923
  • Karl Jarres(DVP) 1923-1925
  • Martin Schiele (DNVP) 1925
  • Otto Geßler (DDP) 1925-1926
  • Wilhelm Külz (DDP) 1926-1927
  • Walter von Keudell (DNVP) 1927-1928
  • Carl Severing (SPD) 1928-1930
  • Joseph Wirth (Z) 1930-1931
  • Wilhelm Groener 1931-1932
  • Wilhelm Freiherr von Gayl (DNVP) 1932
  • Franz Bracht 1932-1933
  • Wilhelm Frick (NSDAP) 1933-1943
  • Heinrich Himmler (NSDAP) 1943-1945
  • Wilhelm Stuckart (NSDAP) 1945

Ministers of the Interior of the German Democratic Republic, 1949-1990

  • Karl Steinhoff (SED) 1949-1952
  • Willi Stoph (SED) 1952-1955
  • Karl Maron (SED) 1955-1963
  • Friedrich Dickel (SED) 1963-1989
  • Lothar Ahrendt (SED) 1989-1990
  • Peter-Michael Diestel (CDU) 1990

Ministers of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-present

  • Gustav Heinemann (CDU) 1949-1950
  • Robert Lehr (CDU) 1950-1953
  • Gerhard Schröder (CDU) 1953-1961
  • Hermann Höcherl (CSU) 1961-1965
  • Paul Lücke (CDU) 1965-1968
  • Ernst Benda (CDU) 1968-1969
  • Hans-Dietrich Genscher (FDP) 1969-1974
  • Werner Maihofer (FDP) 1974-1978
  • Gerhart Baum (FDP) 1978-1982
  • Jürgen Schmude (SPD) 1982
  • Friedrich Zimmermann (CSU) 1982-1989
  • Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) 1989-1991
  • Rudolf Seiters (CDU) 1991-1993
  • Manfred Kanther (CDU) 1993-1998
  • Otto Schily (SPD) 1998-

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Interior minister - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (191 words)
An interior minister is the member of a country's government typically responsible for policing, national security, and immigration matters.
Similarly, autonomous entities and dependent territories may also have interior ministers; an example is Hong Kong (a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China), which has a Secretary for Security.
The United States Secretary of the Interior is primary concerned with managing lands owned by the federal government, mainly the administration of natural resources such as parks and wildlife.
ISN Security Watch - The battle over post-9/11 German intelligence (1684 words)
Germany's interior minister fights a losing battle to streamline the country's rival intelligence agencies, while legislators in Berlin walk a fine line between protecting the public from future terrorist attacks and restricting civil liberties.
It was with all of that in mind that Interior Minister Schily embarked on reforming the structure of Germany's security agencies in the wake of the Madrid attacks.
However, the latest decisions of the Interior Ministers' Conference in Kiel on 7 and 8 July also show that there seems to be a consensus among the interior ministers and Otto Schily regarding a central database on Islamist extremists.
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