Heinrich Aloysius Maria Elisabeth Brüning (pronounced [ˈhaɪnʁɪç ˈbʁyːnɪŋ] ; 26 November 1885 – 30 March 1970) was a German Centre Party politician and academic, who served as the chancellor of Germany during the Weimar Republic from 1930 to 1932.
Heinrich Brüning, (born Nov. 26, 1885, Münster, Ger.—died March 30, 1970, Norwich, Vt., U.S.), conservative German statesman who was chancellor and foreign minister shortly before Adolf Hitler came to power (1930–32).
Heinrich Brüning (1885-1970) was a Centre Party politician and the longest-serving chancellor of the Weimar Republic – somewhat ironically, given that his time in office coincided with the worst of the Great Depression. Brüning was born in Munster in north-western Germany, the son of a Catholic wine merchant.
Chancellor Heinrich Brüning wanted to pass a budget, but after facing parliamentary deadlock, he resorted to the use of the president’s emergency powers under Article 48 to put his program into effect by decree (July 16, 1930).
Heinrich Brüning. Heinrich Brüning, um 1930. Heinrich Aloysius Maria Elisabeth Brüning (* 26. November 1885 in Münster; † 30. März 1970 in Norwich, Vermont, USA) war ein deutscher Politiker der Zentrumspartei und vom 30. März 1930 bis zum 30. Mai 1932 Reichskanzler .
HEINRICH BRUNING I 81 of his family-almost monastically dedicated: the brother a priest, the unmarried sister given to charity work-or of his student years. All his life had been studious and erlebnisarm, save for a few male friendships and the war years. Those years were the truly formative ones, of Bekraftigung in every sense of the term.
The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning from his chancellorship of Germany (1930-1932) during the Weimar Republic through his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne.
A detailed biography of Heinrich Brüning that includes images, quotations and the main facts of his life. GCSE Modern World History - Nazi Germany. A-level - Life in Nazi Germany, 1933–1945.
In April of 1932, Heinrich Bruening, Chancellor of Germany, invoked Article 48 of the constitution and issued a decree banning the SA and SS all across Germany. The Nazis were outraged and wanted Hitler to fight the ban. But Hitler, always a step ahead of them all, knew better.
Heinrich Brüning died in Norwich, Vermont, on 30-03-1970 at the old age of 84. He is buried on the Zentralfriedhof in Münster and close by are the graves of two WWII Generalleutnant der Flieger, Chef der Luftwaffe Adminstratie, Hans Sommer and Generalmajor der Artillerie, Chef der Psychologische Testbüro VI , Theobald von Hülst .