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Free State of Mecklenburg Schwerin

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1918–1933  
Capital  Schwerin
Historical era  Interwar period
Date dissolved  1933
Flag  Coat of arms
Government  Republic
Established  1918
Free State of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

The Free State of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (German: Freistaat Mecklenburg-Schwerin) was a state in the Weimar Republic that was established in 1918 following the abdication of the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin following the German Revolution. In 1933, after the onset of Nazi rule, it was united with the smaller neighbouring state of Mecklenburg-Strelitz to form the united state of Mecklenburg.

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President of the State Ministry

  • Hugo Wendorff (DDP) 1918-1919
  • Minister-Presidents

  • Hugo Wendorff (DDP) 1919-1920
  • Hermann Reincke-Bloch (DVP) 1920-1921
  • Johannes Stelling (SPD) 1921-1924
  • Joachim Freiherr von Brandenstein (DNVP) 1924-1926
  • Paul Schröder (SPD) 1926-1929
  • Karl Eschenburg (Consortium of National Mecklenburgers) 1929-1932
  • Walter Granzow (NSDAP) 1932-1933
  • Hans Egon Engell (NSDAP) 1933
  • Friedrich Hildebrandt (Reichsstatthalter) (NSDAP) 1933
  • References

    Free State of Mecklenburg-Schwerin Wikipedia


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