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Encyclopedia > Vice Chancellor of Germany

The Deputy Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor (Vizekanzler) in Germany is often the Minister of Foreign Affairs. It is the second highest position in the government, and is usually held by the leader of the government's principal coalition partner.


The prefix "Vize-" is derived from the Latin "vicis" meaning "in place of".

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List of Vice-Chancellors

German Empire

  • 1881-1897 Karl Heinrich von Bötticher
  • 1897-1907 Count Arthur Adolf von Posadowsky-Wohner
  • 1907-1909 Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg
  • 1909-1916 Klemens Delbrück
  • 1916-1917 Karl Helfferich
  • 1917-1918 Friedrich von Payer (Progressive Party)

Weimar Republic

  • 1919 Eugen Schiffer (DDP)
  • 1919 Bernhard Dernburg (DDP)
  • 1919 Matthias Erzberger (Center Party)
  • 1919-1920 Eugen Schiffer (DDP)
  • 1920 Erich Koch-Weser (DDP)
  • 1920-1921 Rudolf Heinze (DVP)
  • 1921-1922 Gustav Bauer (SPD)
  • 1922-1923 vacant
  • 1923 Robert Schmidt (SPD)
  • 1923-1925 Karl Jarres (DVP)
  • 1925-1927 vacant
  • 1927-1928 Oskar Hergt (DNVP)
  • 1928-1930 vacant
  • 1930-1932 Hermann R. Dietrich (DDP)
  • 1932-1933 vacant

Nazi Germany

Federal Republic of Germany


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Vice-Chancellor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (324 words)
Strictly speaking, he or she is only the deputy to the Chancellor of the university, but the Chancellor is usually a prominent public figure who acts as a ceremonial figurehead only (e.g., the Chancellor of Cambridge University is HRH The Duke of Edinburgh), while the Vice-Chancellor acts as the day-to-day chief executive.
In the United States, a Vice-Chancellor is an assistant to a Chancellor, who is generally the (actual, not merely ceremonial) head of one campus of a large university which has several campuses.
The head of the entire university is the University President (the equivalent of a Commonwealth Vice-Chancellor), the Chancellor is in charge of one campus, and a Vice-Chancellor is one of the chief assistants.
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