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  1. Franz Seldte (29 June 1882 – 1 April 1947) was a German politician who served as the Reich Minister for Labour from 1933 to 1945. [1] Prior to his ministry, Seldte served as the Federal Leader of Der Stahlhelm World War I ex- servicemen 's organisation from 1918 to 1934. Ideologically, he identified as a national conservative . Contents

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  3. Franz Seldte - Wikipedia

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    Franz Seldte (29 June 1882 – 1 April 1947) was a German politician who served as the Reich Minister for Labour from 1933 to 1945. [1] Prior to his ministry, Seldte served as the Federal Leader of Der Stahlhelm World War I ex- servicemen 's organisation from 1918 to 1934. Ideologically, he identified as a national conservative . Contents

  4. Franz Seldte – Wikipedia

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    Franz Seldte (1933) Tobias Wilhelm Franz Seldte (* 29. Juni 1882 in Magdeburg; † 1.

  5. Franz Seldte - Jewish Virtual Library

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    Franz Seldte (1882 - 1947) Category » Biography Franz Seldte was born in Magdeburg and, after studying in Braunschweig, he fought for Germany in World War I. He lost his arm in battle, and his injury inspired him to found the Stahlhelm, a veterans' organization. The Stahlhelm quickly transformed into an engaged military organization.

  6. Franz Seldte | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Franz Seldte (29 June 1882 – 1 April 1947) was cofounder of the German Stahlhelm paramilitary organization, a Nazi politician, and Minister for Labour of the German Reich from 1933 to 1945. Contents 1 Life 1.1 Stahlhelm 1.2 Hitler Cabinet 2 References Life

  7. politician public official Founder of the Stahlhelm and Reich Minister of Labour from 1933 to 1945. Background Franz Seldte was born on 29 June 1882 in Magdeburg, the son of a merchant. Education Studied chemistry in Braunschweig. Career After his studies he took over his father's chemical factory and became a prosperous manufacturer.

  8. Franz Seldte Biography - Leader of Stahlhelm from 1920 to ...

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    Franz Seldte (29 June 1882 – 1 April 1947) was a German politician who served as the Reich Minister for Labour from 1933 to 1945. Prior to his ministry, Seldte served as the Federal Leader of Der Stahlhelm World War I ex-servicemen's organisation from 1918 to 1934. Read more on Wikipedia

  9. Franz Seldte (right) with Alfred Hugenberg (left) and Franz von Stephani (middle) in 1929 Franz Seldte (29 June 1882 in Magdeburg – 1 April 1947 in Fürth) was the co-founder of the Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten. He was a member of the NSDAP. He was also a minister of the Third Reich . This short article about history can be made longer.

  10. Seldte, Franz. - WW2 Gravestone

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    germany SA Seldte, Franz, born 29-06-1982 in Magdeburg, was the son of an owner of a factory producing chemical products and soda water. He attended the Wilhelm-Raabe-Gymnasium in Magdeburg and, after an apprenticeship as a salesman, he studied chemistry at the universities of Braunschweig and Greifswald.

  11. Franz Seldte - IMDb

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    Franz Seldte is known for Deutschland erwacht - Ein Dokument von der Wiedergeburt Deutschlands(1933). More at IMDbPro»Contact Info:View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro Quick Links Biography Awards Photo Gallery Filmography (by Job) Trailers and Videos Filmography byYear byJob byRatings byVotes byGenre byKeyword Personal Details

  12. Franz Seldte (1882-1947) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Nazi Official. Fought in World War One where he lost his left arm and was awarded the Iron Cross. Joined the Nazi Party and became Reich Minister for Labour when the Nazis took over Germany in 1933. When the Nazi Government collapsed during the end of World War Two, Franz was arrested by American troops. Franz...