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Encyclopedia > Mayor of Bremen

The German city-state of Bremen is governed by the Senat (senate, executive). The President of the Senate is the (first) Mayor of the city of Bremen (Bürgermeister) together with a second member of the Senate (the "second" Mayor of Bremen).


The President of the Senate is not Mayor of Bremerhaven, the other city in the state of Bremen.

From To President of the Senate
and Mayor of Bremen
2 May 1945 31 July 1945 Erich Vagts
31 July 1945 20 July 1965 Wilhelm Kaisen
20 July 1965 28 November 1967 Willy Dehnkamp
28 November 1967 18 September 1985 Hans Koschnick
18 September 1985 4 July 1995 Klaus Wedemeier
4 July 1995 Henning Scherf

See also: lists of incumbents


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Henning Scherf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (343 words)
Henning Scherf (born 31 October 1938 in Bremen) is a German lawyer and politician.
He is the incumbent Mayor of Bremen and also Bremen's current Senator (Minister) of Law and Constitution.
From 1978 on he has been a member of Bremen Senate (government) in various functions some of which were: Senator for Finances, Senator for Youth and Social Issues, Senator for Health and Sport, Second Mayor, Senator for Education and Sciences and Senator of Law and Constitution.
C.A. Heineken (5190 words)
Frequently a mayor made agreements on the matter in question with older councilmen, and younger members were averse to contradict his decision.
Bremen's foreign trade opened up new regions by undertaking voyages of its own to India and China and, as a result of the American War of Independence, to the United States and the West Indies as well.
In 1933 it was deposited along with the bundle of preliminary written material in the State Archives of Bremen, after which it was made generally accessible for genealogical research for several years, and gained a reputation for being the most informative and comprehensive secondary source for research concerning many of the Bremen families listed therein.
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