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Raymond de Waha

Baron Raymond de Waha was a luxembourger politician. In the Reuter-Gouvernement he took post of General-direktor for Agriculture and Social security, and later the post of General-direktor for Agriculture, Industry and Social security.

Background

  • Dr. Raymond de Waha was born on 16 May 1877 in Luxembourg.

  • Career

    • In the Reuter-Gouvernement he took post of General-direktor for Agriculture and Social security (5. January 1920 - 15. April 1921), and later the post of General-direktor for Agriculture, Industry and Social security (15 April 1921 - 20 March 1925).

      In 1919-1920 de Waha was delegated to the Chamber a Chargé d'Affaires (Washington D.C.) to represent the interests of Luxembourg.

      In 1919-1920 de Waha was delegated to the Chamber a Chargé d'Affaires (Washington D.C.) to represent the interests of Luxembourg. The U.S. government has responded upon request that it was quite happy to receive the General-Director. He entertained for a long time quite active relations with American personalities; his father also participated earlier in the American struggles for freedom. Mr. de Waha is therefore likely to be a very sympathetic representative of our country with the U.S. authorities.

    Major achievements

    • Professeur d'economie politique a I'Universite de Munich, Luxembourg
    Raymond de Waha
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    Born 1886
    Died 1950
    (aged 64)
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    • January 5, 1920 - April 15, 1921
      General-direktor for Agriculture and Social security, Reuter-Gouvernement
      Luxembourg
    • April 15, 1921 - March 20, 1925
      General-direktor for Agriculture, Industry and Social security, Reuter-Gouvernement
      Luxembourg

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