Albert Stief

Albert Stief (* 19. March 1920 in sank Ingbert) was a chairman of the committee of the worker and farmer inspection and Minister for guidance and control of the district and circle advice of the GDR.

Stief completed training as the turner in Munich after the attendance of the elementary school, worked in the occupation, was 1939 - 1943 soldier of the armed forces and was active thereafter into Soviet war shank Germany free in the national committee.

After its return to Germany it was active in the administration of Saxonia, as directors/conductors of the resettlement camp Elsterhorst - Hoyerswerda, as a circle advice of Hoyerswerda and SED - functionary. After the attendance of the party university of the CPSU in Moscow it was 1953 - 1969 first secretary of the SED semidirect line Cottbus. Since 1960 he was candidate, 1963 - 1989 member of the central committee of the SED and 1963 of 1990 delegates of the people chamber, here 1971 - 1989 as a member of the committee for national defense.

1962 - 1965 completed Stief a study at the university for economics Berlin. 1969 -1971 he was a deputy Minister for the guidance and control of the district and circle advice, until 1977 undersecretary of state of the committee of the worker and farmer inspection and 1977 1982 Minister for the guidance and control of the district and circle advice and chairman of the committee of the worker and farmer inspection (ABI).

Stief was distinguished 1969 with the patriotic earnings/service medal and 1980 as a hero of the work.


 

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