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Egon Franke
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Franke in 1976.
Vice Chancellor of Germany
In office
17 September 1982 – 1 October 1982
PresidentKarl Carstens
ChancellorHelmut Schmidt
Preceded byHans-Dietrich Genscher
Succeeded byHans-Dietrich Genscher
Minister of Intra-German Relations
In office
22 October 1969 – 1 October 1982
ChancellorWilly Brandt
Helmut Schmidt
Preceded byHerbert Wehner
Succeeded byRainer Barzel
Personal details
Born(1913-04-11)11 April 1913
Hanover, Germany
Died26 April 1995(1995-04-26) (aged 82)
Hanover, Germany
Political partySocial Democratic Party

Egon Franke (11 April 1913 – 26 April 1995)[1] was a German politician and a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD). He served as Federal Minister for Intra-German Relations from 1969 to 1982 and, for the short period between the breakup of the SPD-FDP coalition on 17 September 1982 and the constructive vote of no confidence on 1 October of the same year, by which Helmut Kohl replaced Helmut Schmidt, as Vice Chancellor of Germany. With a tenure of 14 days he is, as yet, the vice chancellor with the shortest time in office.

Political offices Preceded byHans-Dietrich Genscher Vice Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany 17 September–1 October 1982 Succeeded byHans-Dietrich Genscher

References

  1. ^ Childs, David (20 June 1995). "Obituary: Egon Franke". www.independent.co.uk. The Independent. Retrieved 14 February 2022.