Elinor stroke ore

Elinor stroke ore, geb. Höhnen (* 11. May 1900 in Breslau, † 25. January 1973) was a German politician of the SPD.

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life and occupation

stroke ore visited first the Lyzeum in all stone and afterwards the institute for upper study for girls in Breslau, where it put 1919 down their Abitur. From 1921 to 1926 it studied medicine in grab forest and received to 1927 the license to practise medicine as a lady doctor. She worked as a practical lady doctor in Brandenburg.

1945 moved it to Goettingen , where her to the Dr. med. one attained a doctorate and again as a practical lady doctor active was. Beside it studied to 1948 jurisprudence, without locking the study with an examination.

a party

since 1945 was Elinor stroke ore member of the SPD.

delegate

Elinor stroke ore was 1947 /48 member of the zone adviser. It belonged to the German Bundestag since its first choice 1949 to 1969 and was a there health-political spokeswoman of the SPD faction and since 1965 chairmen of the committee for health service. In addition it belonged to the meeting of the WEU , where it managed 1959 to 1965 the committee for the relations with the national parliaments. It represented the constituency Alfeld - Holzminden in the parliament.

publications

  • the influence of the public opinion on the relations of the peoples, in: The new society, number 4/1958.
  • Public health policy in the Federal Republic, in: The new society, number 2/1959.

literature

  • Gisela Notz, women in the crew, Bonn 2003, ISBN 3-8012-4131-9 (with a section over Elinor stroke ore)



 

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