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Karl Vogt (Politiker, 1883)

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Karl Vogt (* 30 January 1883 in Gochsen; † 21 January 1952 in Neckarsulm) was a German farmer and politician (CDU). From 1946 to 1952 he was a member of the Constituent Assembly of Württemberg-Baden as well as of the first and the second Landtag of Württemberg-Baden.

Karl Vogt was a son of the Bauernbund politician Wilhelm Vogt and, like him, a farmer in his hometown of Gochsen. He was district farmer of the Heilbronn district in 1946/1947,[1] he was also founder and, until his death, chairman of the Heilbronn District Association of the Württemberg-Baden Farmers’ Union.[2]

In the election to the constitutional state assembly of Württemberg-Baden on 30 June 1946, in the state parliament election in Württemberg-Baden on 24 November 1946 and in the state parliament election in Württemberg-Baden on 19 November 1950, Vogt was elected to the state parliament for the CDU in the Heilbronn constituency. After Vogt’s death on 21 January 1952, Josef Lang succeeded him.

Individual references

  1. Alexander Renz: Chronicle of the City of Heilbronn. Volume VI: 1945-1951. Heilbronn City Archive, Heilbronn 1995, ISBN 3-928990-55-1, pp. 118, 168 (= Publications of the Archive of the City of Heilbronn. Volume 34).
  2. Alexander Renz: Chronicle of the City of Heilbronn. Volume VII: 1952-1957. Heilbronn City Archive, Heilbronn 1996, ISBN 3-928990-60-8, pp. 5, 30 (= Publications of the Archive of the City of Heilbronn. Volume 35).

Literature

  • Frank-Roland Kühnel: Landtage, Abgeordneten und Wahlkreise in Baden-Württemberg 1946 bis 2009. Von der Vorläufigen Volksvertretung Württemberg-Badens bis zum 14. Landtag von Baden-Württemberg. Landtag of Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart 2009, ISBN 978-3-923476-01-5, p. 229
  • Josef Weik: Die Landtagsabgeordneten in Baden-Württemberg 1946 bis 2003. 7th edition. Landtag von Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart 2003, ISBN 3-923476-03-5, p. 153