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Ernst Achenbach

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Date of Birth: 09/04/1909

Age: 82

Place of birth: Siegen

Citizenship: Germany

Background

Ernst was born in the German town of Siegen (Siegen); He was brought up in the Protestant faith. While studying law, he had visited in Paris (Paris), Berlin (Berlin), Hamburg (Hamburg) and Bonn (Bonn). Going into the 1931 state examinations of the first level, Achenbach continued his studies; in 1936 he graduated and got a job as managing director of the Foundation of Adolf Hitler (Adolf Hitler Fund). While in charge of the Achenbach were coming into the coffers of the party donations; formally a member of the Nazi Party, Ernst began only in 1937. Shortly after joining the party Achenbach received a diplomatic post; he worked at the German Embassy in Paris. After France was occupied by the Nazi army, Ernst was appointed head of the political department of the embassy; Achenbach worked directly under the leadership of the German ambassador Otto Abetz (Otto Abetz). Apart from the purely diplomatic tasks, Ernst studied things that go beyond the ordinary duties of the Ambassador - so it was he who was responsible for the deportation of Jews from the country. In 1944, Achenbach had left the embassy and became an ordinary soldier. Being arrested by the Allied troops, he gave a lot of very, very interesting reading - so it is obtained from the information of Ernst made US analysts suspect that the German Embassy in France is mature very, very serious plot against Hitler.

Since 1946, Achenbach worked as a lawyer in Essen (Essen). Although membership in the Nazi party, he avoided the usual German war criminals trial; however, the friendship with the Nazis is still auknulos Ernst, although much later - in 1970, Achenbach was denied the post of Commissioner of the European Economic Society (European Economic Community) iz-za excessive pressure from the public. In 1974, it was officially divulged information about Achenbach participation in the Holocaust - but even this is only a temporary stop of his political career.

Of course, immediately after the war came from the party Nazi Ernst, joining the ranks of the Free Democratic Party. Achenbach worked in the territory of North Rhine-Westphalia (North Rhine-Westphalia); a long time it was considered the right hand Midlhova Friedrich (Friedrich Middelhauve). By a curious coincidence, one of the main responsibilities of the Ernst was, as in the days of his work in the Nazi Party, control of voluntary donations. Even more interesting is the fact that under the Achenbach worked many of his colleagues at the Foundation of Adolf Hitler and former Nazis, like Hugo Stinnes, Jr. (Hugo Stinnes, Jr.), Heinz Wilke (Heinz Wilke) and Wolfgang Diverzhe (Wolfgang Diewerge).

From 1953 to 1959-th Ernst was chairman of FDP in the Ruhr District (Ruhr District); for several years he led the party work in the Rhine-Westphalia, and was even a member of the Bundestag. Most of the `60s and` 70s Achenbach and engaged in diplomatic activity of defense - so from 1969 to 1974-th Ernst chaired the Committee on affairs of African countries and Madagascar (Committee on Relations with African Countries and Madagascar).

Actively worked in the international department of the Bundestag Ernst to 1976; During this time he managed to take part in a number of important political operations: in 1971, largely due to additional Achenbach signed the Franco-German agreement on the transitional arrangements - and thanks to Ernst in 1974, this agreement was not ratified.

Ernst Achenbach died on December 2, 1991.