Albert Finck

Albert Finck (* 15. March 1895 in Herxheim; † 3. August 1956 in bath Wörishofen) was the first Secretary of cultural affairs of the country Rhineland-Palatinate.

Albert Finck put 1914 down into Speyer the Abitur . From 1915 to 1918 it participated in the First World War . 1920 it closed its study of philosophy in Munich with the graduation to the Dr. phil. off.

Its political career began 1921 as a party secretary of the central party at the Niederrhein, 1922 was it joint founder of the Pfälzi central party. Until it received 1933 by the national socialists professional disqualification and temporarily one arrested, he was an editor and editor-in-chief of the new Pfälzi national newspaper, which was forbidden 1936 finally.

1942 he regularly became a helping out teacher , 1946 secondary school teacher for latin and Greek at the Humanisti High School (since 1964 Kurfürst Ruprecht High School) in new city at the crying race.

1946 he was joint founder of the CDU Pfalz. 1948/49 he was appointed into the parliamentary advice in Bonn, that prepared the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany. From 1951 to 1956 it belonged as a delegate of the CDU to the federal state parliament of Rhineland-Palatinate and was in two legislative periods (up to its death) as a Minister for instruction and Kultus member of the federal state government under Prime Minister Peter Altmeier.

Finck died suddenly during a cure stay in bath Wörishofen. After its early death he was buried at the cemetery by Hambach.

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