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Dr. Hildegard HAMM-BRÜCHER

Dr. Hildegard HAMM-BRÜCHER, German former Member of the Bundestag. Dr.h.c.

Background

  • HAMM-BRÜCHER, Dr. Hildegard was born on May 11, 1921 in Essen/Ruhr, West Germany.

  • Education

    • Abitur (advanced matriculation examination), 1939. University of München, Diploma of Chemistry, Dr.Phil., 1945. University of Harvard/United States of America, Scholarship, 1949-1950.

      Study trips to United States of America, Canada, Scandinavia, Soviet Union, China, Israel, Japan.

    Career

    • Member of city council, München, 1948-1954. Member of regional parliament, Bayern, 1950-1966. Undersecretary, Hessian Ministry of Culture, 1967-1969.

      Undersecretary. Federal Ministry of Education and Science, 1969-1972. Member of regional parliament, Bayern, 1970-1976. Minister of State, Federal Foreign Ministry, December 1976-September 82.

      Former member of Bundestag, party list of Bayern.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Free Democratic Party

    Religion

    Protestant.

    Membership

    Clubs: Foundation Theodor Heuss Prize (chairman), since 1964. Presiding board, German Evangelical Church Convention, since 1975. Synod of German Evangelical Church.

    International Poets, Playwrights, Essayists, Editors and Novelists (Club) Club. Board of trustees. Peace Prize of the German Book Trade. Governing board, Welle.

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    Born May 11, 1921
    Nationality

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