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GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Minister in the Government of Germany.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Konrad Adenauer
Politician
5-Jan-1876 19-Apr-1967 Chancellor of West Germany, 1949-61
Rainer Barzel
Politician
20-Jun-1924 26-Aug-2006 CDU Chairman, 1971-73
Willy Brandt
Head of State
18-Dec-1913 8-Oct-1992 German Chancellor, 1969-74
Joschka Fischer
Politician
12-Apr-1948   German Foreign Minister, 1998-2005
Hans-Dietrich Genscher
Government
21-Mar-1927   German Foreign Minister, 1974-92
Gustav Heinemann
Head of State
23-Jul-1899 7-Jul-1976 President of Germany, 1969-74
Klaus Kinkel
Politician
17-Dec-1936   German Foreign Minister, 1992-98
Otto Lambsdorff
Politician
20-Dec-1926 5-Dec-2009 German Economic Minister, 1977-84
Heinrich Lübke
Head of State
14-Oct-1892 6-Apr-1972 President of Germany, 1959-69
Angela Merkel
Politician
17-Jul-1954   Chancellor of Germany
Franz Müntefering
Politician
16-Jan-1940   Locusts descend upon Germany
Johannes Rau
Head of State
16-Jan-1931 27-Jan-2006 President of Germany, 1999-2004
Wolfgang Schäuble
Politician
18-Sep-1942   CDU Chairman, 1998-2000
Walter Scheel
Politician
8-Jul-1919   President of Germany, 1974-79
Otto Schily
Politician
20-Jul-1932   German Interior Minister, 1998-2005
Konstantin von Neurath
Diplomat
2-Feb-1873 15-Aug-1956 Reich Minister of Foreign Affairs
Joachim von Ribbentrop
Diplomat
30-Apr-1893 16-Oct-1946 Reich Foreign Minister
Manfred Wörner
Diplomat
24-Sep-1934 13-Aug-1994 NATO Secretary General, 1988-94


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