Aenne Brauksiepe

Aenne Brauksiepe (* 23. February 1912 in Duisburg; † 1. January 1997 in Oelde) was a German politician (CDU).

It was from 1968 to 1969 Federal Ministers for family and youth.

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training and occupation

after the Abitur 1931 was active it from 1932 to 1934 as Bildnerin in the obstruction welfare service. There it due to the political commitment of their parents' house in the central party in not to study it knew, went National Socialist Germany 1934 to Scotland, since it wanted to take up a study of the philology there. A study was it however neither there nor in the Netherlands, where it lived with its married man starting from 1937, possible. 1943 turned it afterGermany back. Brauksiepe was 1. Chairman of the German branch of the “pc. Joan's internationally Social and Political Alliance " and 2. Chairman of the German catholic woman federation.

a party

since 1945 was Brauksiepe member of the CDU. 1956 were selected it into the CDU Federal Administration. Of 1958 to 1971 were it then chairmen of the woman union. From 1966 to 1969 it was member in the presidency of the CDU and from 1967 to 1969 in addition deputy CDU Federal leaders.

delegate

from 1949 to 1972 was it member of the German federal daily. ItCologne I in the parliament represented the constituency. Brauksiepe was of 15. December 1964 up to the 3. October 1968 deputy chairmen of the CDU CSU - Bundestag faction.

public offices

to 16. October 1968 became Aenne Brauksiepe as Federal Ministries for families and youth inthe Federal Government led by Federal Chancellor briefly George Kiesinger appoint. After the election to the Bundestag 1969 it separated to 21. October 1969 from the Federal Government. In its short term of office it engaged itself particularly for more part-time job and the promotion of allday schools.

other

Aenne Brauksiepe became to 13. January 1997 with a mourning act of state in Oelde honoured.

see also

cabinet Kiesinger

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