Hans-Georg Stümke (September 16, 1941 in Königsberg – September 29, 2002 in Berlin) was a German author, teacher, historian and publisher.
Stümke worked first as a weather expert for the German Bundeswehr. He studied after hours in Bundeswehr history at the university in Berlin. During the 1960s he had his coming out. He was a LGBT activist during the 1960s and 1970s. Stümke reported in Germany over the Stonewall riots in New York City. Stümke wrote books over LGBT topics during the next years. In 2002 he died of cancer in Berlin. His grave is in the Alten St. Matthäus-Kirchhof cemetery in Berlin.
Works by Stümke
- Älter werden wir umsonst. Schwules Leben jenseits der Dreißig. Erfahrungen, interviews, articles. (with articles by Michael Bochow, Rainer Hoffmann and Rüdiger Lautmann and Michael Schmidt, Verlag rosa Winkel, Berlin, Juni 1998, ISBN 3-86149-071-4
- Homosexuelle in Deutschland : Eine politische Geschichte. Verlag C.H. Beck, München 1989. ISBN 3-406-33130-0
- Rosa Winkel, rosa Listen: Homosexuelle und 'gesundes Volksempfinden' von Auschwitz bis heute, (together with Rudi Finkler), Verlag Rowohlt TB-V, Reinbek, 1981, ISBN 3-499-14827-7
- "Elvira Klöppelschuh" alias "Elvira Totterheels", pseudonym: Elvira in Gran Canaria and Elvira in Gran Canaria, Verlag Rosa Winkel, Berlin, January 1994, ISBN 3-86149-039-0