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Karl Aberle (September 17, 1901 in Göppingen [1]- ? ) was a German publisher and politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. He was associate editor of the Neuen Württembergischen Zeitung.

Aberle began initially working as an industrial worker, but later changed the job and worked until 1933 as an editor, but resumed as an industrial worker until 1945.[2]

After the Second World War, he got together with Fritz Harz to publish a newspaper. The first edition of Neuen Württembergischen Zeitung was published on 2 August 1946.

Aberle was a member of the municipal council of Göppingen[3] and the County Council of the district. From 1950 to 1952 he was a member of the Landtag of Baden-Wuerttemberg. [4]

References

  1. ^ Eintrag zu Harzendorf im Handbuch M.d.B. – Die Volksvertretung 1946–1972 der Kommission für Geschichte des Parlamentarismus und der politischen Parteien (online)
  2. ^ Wer ist wer?. 1. Auflage. Arani, Berlin 1948
  3. ^ Walter Habel (Hrsg.): Wer ist wer? Das Deutsche Who's Who. 12. Ausgabe von Degeners Wer ist's?. Arani, Berlin 1955.
  4. ^ Josef Weik: MdL und Landtagsgeschichte von Baden-Württemberg 1945–1980. Mit Verzeichnis der Abgeordneten von Baden und Württemberg 1919–1933. Biographisches Gesamtverzeichnis der Abgeordneten der Länder Baden, Württemberg-Baden, Württemberg-Hohenzollern 1946–1952, Baden-Württemberg 1952–1984. 3. ergänzte Auflage (Stand Dezember 1984). Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart 1984.

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