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Dr. Fritz Wittmann (21 March 1933 – 17 October 2018)[1] was a German politician (CSU) and lawyer.

Wittmann was born in Plan bei Marienbad (Czech: Planá u Mariánských Lázní) in Czechoslovakia's Egerland. He was a member of the German Parliament (first elected in 1971), where he represented Munich North, and president of the Federation of Expellees (Bund der Vertriebenen) from 1994–1998. He was succeeded as president of the federation by Erika Steinbach (CDU).

He was a colonel in the reserve and recipient of the Badge of Honour of the Bundeswehr in Gold.