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Ernst Ziehm

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Preceded by  Heinrich Sahm
Succeeded by  Hermann Rauschning
Role  German Politician
Name  Ernst Ziehm
Profession  Jurist/politician

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Political party  German National People's Party
Died  July 7, 1962, Lubeck, Germany
Party  German National People's Party

Dr. Ernst Ziehm (1 May 1867 – 7 July 1962) was a Danzig based German politician from the conservative German National People's Party and President of the Senate of the Free City of Danzig from 1931 to 1933.

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Born in Damerau, West Prussia, Ziehm studied jurisprudence and judicial Intern in Strasbourg and Marienweder from 1905 to 1914. Then he became judicial official in Oppeln.

In 1914 he became administrator in Danzig. From 1931 to 1933 he served as President of the Senate of the Free City of Danzig (head of state). Then he was replaced by Hermann Rauschning, as Nazis seized control over city-state's government.

Ziehm died in Lübeck in 1962.

References

Ernst Ziehm Wikipedia


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