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  2. Heinrich Brüning - Wikipedia

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    Heinrich Aloysius Maria Elisabeth Brüning ( listen (help·info)) (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. A political scientist and Christian social activist with a PhD on the implications of nationalizing the British railway system, he entered politics in the 1920s and was elected to the Reichstag in 1924.

  3. Heinrich Brüning | German statesman | Britannica

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    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). Unable to solve his country’s economic problems, he hastened the drift toward rightist dictatorship by ignoring the Reichstag and governing by presidential decree.

  4. Heinrich Brüning – Wikipedia

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    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 .

  5. Heinrich Brüning - Weimar Republic

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    Heinrich Bruning. 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.

  6. Heinrich Brüning – Wikipedie

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    Heinrich Brüning ( 26. listopadu 1885, Münster, Německo – 30. března 1970, Norwich, Vermont, USA) byl německý politik strany Centrum, v období od 30. března 1930 do 30. května 1932 říšský kancléř .

  7. Brüning, Heinrich | Encyclopedia.com

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    Heinrich Brüning (hīn´rĬkh brün´Ĭng), 1885–1970, German chancellor. Elected to the Reichstag in 1924, he was a leader of the Catholic Center party and a fiscal expert. In 1930 he was appointed chancellor of the Reich to put German finances in order.

  8. Collection: Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning ...

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    Heinrich Brüning (1885-1970) was Chancellor of Germany from March 1930 until May 1932. After losing political power in Germany, Nazi threats pushed him to leave the country and he became an academic.

  9. Hans Heinrich Brüning - Wikipedia

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    Brüning was educated as a mechanical engineer. At the age of 27, he decided to emigrate to Peru, where he immediately found employment as a mechanic on a sugar plantation in Pátapo. His interest in archaeology apparently began in 1883 when he met Adolph Bandelier, a specialist in pre-Hispanic buildings. Following that meeting, he spent many years travelling in Peru taking photographs of ancient buildings and the local inhabitants.

  10. Heinrich Brüning - IMDb

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    Heinrich Brüning was born on November 26, 1885 in Münster, Germany. He died on March 30, 1970 in Norwich, Vermont, USA. See full bio ».

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