Friedrich Ebert ( German: [ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈeːbɐt] ( listen); 4 February 1871 – 28 February 1925) was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and the first president of Germany from 1919 until his death in office in 1925. Ebert was elected leader of the SPD on the death in 1913 of August Bebel.
Friedrich Ebert, (born February 4, 1871, Heidelberg, Germany—died February 28, 1925, Berlin), leader of the Social Democratic movement in Germany and a moderate socialist, who was a leader in bringing about the constitution of the Weimar Republic, which attempted to unite Germany after its defeat in World War I.
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Friedrich Ebert, (born Feb. 4, 1871, Heidelberg, Ger.—died Feb. 28, 1925, Berlin), German politician. A journeyman saddler and trade unionist, he became chairman of the German Social Democratic Party in 1913. Under his leadership, the Social Democratic movement gained increasing influence in German national politics.
Friedrich Ebert (* 4. Februar 1871 in Heidelberg; † 28. Februar 1925 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Sozialdemokrat und Politiker. Er war von 1913 bis 1919 Vorsitzender der Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands und von 1919 bis zu seinem Tode 1925 erster Reichspräsident der Weimarer Republik .
The German Social Democratic leader Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925) served as the first president of Germany. Friedrich Ebert was born in Heidelberg on Feb. 4, 1871, the son of a master tailor. Trained as a saddler, he turned to socialism at the age of 18 under the influence of an uncle.
Friedrich Ebert was born in Heidelburg in February 1871 and died in February 1925. Ebert was Weimar Germany’s first president and was instrumental in introducing Weimar’s constitution which was to play an important part in the downfall of the Weimar Republic.