Adolf WAGNER (Wagner)( Interior Minister of Bavaria)
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Biography Adolf WAGNER (Wagner)
Adolph Wagner (Wagner), the Bavarian Interior Minister. Born October 1, 1890 in Algringene (Algranzh) in Lorraine. During the 1-st World War was an officer. Sooner acceded to the Nazi movement, he was appointed Gauleiter of Upper Bavaria. In 1933 Wagner became interior minister and deputy head of Bavaria. Was a deputy of the Reichstag. In 1935 joined the personal staff of the Fuhrer in the "Brown House" in Munich. In 1936 Wagner was appointed as Minister of Education and Culture of Bavaria. Since September 1939 was the Reich Commissar of Defense in the 7 th and 13 th military districts.