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Werner Bruschke
German politician

Werner Bruschke

Werner Bruschke
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Intro German politician
Was Politician Resistance fighter
From Germany
Field Activism Military Politics
Gender male
Birth 18 August 1898, Magdeburg, Germany
Death 17 February 1995, Halle (Saale), Germany (aged 96 years)
Star sign Leo
Politics Socialist Unity Party of Germany, Social Democratic Party of Germany
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Werner Bruschke (18 August 1898, Magdeburg, Province of Saxony – 17 February 1995, Halle (Saale)) was an East German politician and member of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany. He was Minister-President of Saxony-Anhalt (GDR) from 13 August 1949 until the state was abolished on 23 July 1952.

From 1933 he worked as tobacco goods dealer and later an insurance agent. Due to his illegal political activity, he was accused in 1939 of treason (Landesverrat and Hochverrat) and from 1942 to 1945 was a political prisoner in the concentration camps Sachsenhausen and Dachau.

From 11 May 1992 to his death in 1995, he was the oldest former Minister-President of a German state, preceded in this by Bruno Diekmann.

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