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Josef Felder (24 August 1900 – 28 October 2000) was a German politician. He was one of the 94 Social Democratic members of the Reichstag who voted against the Nazi Enabling Act of 1933. He was also the last to die of the 94 who voted against this act.

He participated in the famous The Nazis: A Warning From History television series which was produced and broadcast by the BBC. Topics of discussion included the imprisonment of the Nazi's political opponents and Dachau, a Nazi concentration camp outside Munich, where he himself was sent.