Beyer Wilhelm

Publié le par Roger Cousin

Beyer WilhelmWilhelm Beyer (born 22 March 1885 in Hohenmölsen died 11 April 1945 in Schermcke) was a German politician and functionary of the Nazi Party (NSDAP). Beyer grew up in Hohenmölsen, where he attended elementary school, and later worked in various industries as an apprentice. In 1902 he joined the 7 Thuringian Infantry Regiment No. 96 in Naumburg. As a military trainee, he went to the Royal Police in Kiel. In 1919 he was called as a Post assistant to the postal service. He was promoted to secretary and later chief post secretary. On 1 October 1931, he left the postal service because of illness.

Beyer joined the Nazi party in 1925. On 29 November 1930 he was given mandate as a city councilor in Essen. After the National Socialist seizure he received in November 1933 in the constituency 23 (Düsseldorf West) a mandate in the Reichstag where he served until 1945. Beyer died on a business trip to Hamburg in combat in the final phase of the Second World War.

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