Hermann Heberlein (Politiker)
Hermann Heberlein (* 8 April 1922 in Hamburg; † 22 September 1999) was a German politician and former member of the Hamburg Parliament for the SPD.
After graduating from high school, Hermann Heberlein completed a commercial apprenticeship in wholesale and foreign trade. In 1941 he was drafted as a soldier. After the end of the war, he worked as a commercial clerk. From 1950 to 1952 he studied at the Academy of Public Economics, graduating with a degree in economics. In 1958, after passing the relevant examinations, he was appointed as a civil servant in the higher civil service.
Hermann Heberlein joined the SPD in 1946. In addition to functions within the party, he worked on a voluntary basis primarily in associations and organizations concerned with the expansion and beautification of the Hamburg-Horn district, which had been badly damaged during the war.
From 1966 to 1974 and from 1978 to 1982 he was elected as a member of the Hamburg Parliament. He worked mainly in the committees School and Vocational Training and Social Affairs and Youth.
For his services to the district, the Hermann-Heberlein-Ring in Hamburg-Horn was named after him.
- Hinnerk Fock (editor): Handbuch der Hamburgischen Bürgerschaft 9. Wahlperiode, pages 143, 37, 45.
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||german politician (SPD), MdHB|
|DATE OF BIRTH||8. April 1922|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hamburg|
|STERBEDATUM||22. September 1999|