Alfred Ernst Christian Alexander Hugenberg (19 June 1865 – 12 March 1951) was an influential German businessman and politician. An important figure in nationalist politics in Germany for the first few decades of the twentieth century, Hugenberg became the country's leading media proprietor during the interwar period .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Hugenberg
Alfred Ernst Christian Alexander Hugenberg (19 June 1865 – 12 March 1951) was an influential German businessman and politician. An important figure in nationalist politics in Germany for the first few decades of the twentieth century, Hugenberg became the country's leading media proprietor during the interwar period .
Alfred Ernst Christian Alexander Hugenberg (* 19. Juni 1865 in Hannover; † 12. März 1951 in Kükenbruch) war ein deutscher Montan -, Rüstungs - und Medienunternehmer, Politiker ( DNVP) und während der ersten Monate nach Hitlers Machtergreifung 1933 Minister für Wirtschaft, Landwirtschaft und Ernährung in dessen erstem Kabinett.
See all related content →. Alfred Hugenberg, (born June 19, 1865, Hannover, Hanover [Germany]—died March 12, 1951, Kükenbruch, W.Ger.), German industrialist and political leader. As the head of a huge newspaper and film empire and a prominent member of the conservative German National Peoples’ Party, he exercised a profound influence on German public opinion during the Weimar Republic period (1918–33) and materially contributed to Adolf Hitler’s rise to power.
Alfred Hugenberg (1865-1951) was a German industrialist, press baron and nationalist politician. He became a prominent figure in the German National Peoples’ Party (DNVP) and was later associated with the National Socialists (NSDAP). Hugenberg was born in Hanover, the son of a Prussian royal official.
Alfred Hugenberg was a highly influential politician and businessman in Weimar Germany. Hugenberg was a well-known nationalist and despised the Treaty of Versailles . He financed and led the right wing nationalistic German National People’s Party and at the 1931 Harzburg Front Hugenberg unsuccessfully tried to bring Hitler into his fold – something the future Fűhrer refused to do.
Alfred Hugenberg podnikal i v oblasti mediálního průmyslu. "Aby mohl ovlivňovat tisk a tím i veřejné mínění, vydal se Hugenberg pěti odlišnými, ale navzájem propojenými cestami: monopolizací zadávání inzerce; převzetím Scherlova nakladatelství a tím pádem i vlivu nad jeho novinami a časopisy
Alfred Wilhelm Franz Maria Hugenberg (19 June 1865 in Hanover - 12 March 1951 in Kükenbruch) was a German businessman and politician. He was also a member of Hitler's Cabinet in 1933. In 1933, he was the minister of food in Germany. Hugenberg was heading the German National People's Party (DNVP).
DVLP. Alfred Hugenberg is a German media and industry mogul, founder and head of the Hugenberg-Konzern and current chairman of the archconservative political party Deutsche Vaterlandspartei (DVLP). The DVLP, in the 1920s one of Germany's most influential political parties, has become a radical rightist niche movement under the lead of Hugenberg, who deeply despises Kaiser Wilhelm II for not choosing him as Reichskanzler after the death of Alfred von Tirpitz in 1930.
Alfred Hugenberg - Relationship With Hitler Relationship With Hitler Further information: German referendum, 1929 Hugenberg was vehemently opposed to the Young Plan and he set up a "Reich Committee for the German People's Petition" to oppose it, featuring the likes of Franz Seldte, Heinrich Class, Theodor Duesterberg and Fritz Thyssen.