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Encyclopedia > Labour Minister of Germany

This page lists German Labour Ministers.

Ministers of Labour, 1918-1945

  • Gustav Bauer (SPD) 1918-1919
  • Alexander Schlicke (SPD) 1919-1920
  • Heinrich Brauns (Centre) 1920-1928
  • Rudolf Wissell (SPD) 1928-1930
  • Adam Stegerwald (Centre) 1930-1932
  • Hermann Warmbold (acting) 1932
  • Hugo Schäffer 1932
  • Friedrich Syrup 1932-1933
  • Franz Seldte (NSDAP) 1933-1945

Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-2002

  • Anton Storch (CDU) 1949-1957
  • Theodor Blank (CDU) 1957-1965
  • Hans Katzer (CDU) 1965-1969
  • Walter Arendt (SPD) 1969-1976
  • Herbert Ehrenberg (SPD) 1976-1982
  • Heinz Westphal (SPD) 1982
  • Norbert Blüm (CDU) 1982-1998
  • Walter Riester (SPD) 1998-2002

In 2002, the ministry was divided between the ministries of Economics and Labour and Health and Social Security.

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