First Adenauer cabinet

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The first cabinet led by Konrad Adenauer was sworn in on September 20, 1949 and laid down its function on October 20, 1953. The cabinet was formed after the 1949 elections. It laid down its function after the formation of the Cabinet Adenauer II, which was formed following the 1953 elections.

Office Incumbent Since Party
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer September 20, 1949 CDU
Vice-Chancellor Franz Blücher September 20, 1949 FDP
Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs Konrad Adenauer Since March 15, 1951 CDU
Federal Minister of the Interior Gustav Heinemann
until October 11, 1950
Robert Lehr
October 13, 1950 CDU
Federal Minister of Justice Thomas Dehler September 20, 1949 FDP
Federal Minister of Finance Fritz Schäffer September 20, 1949 CSU
Federal Minister of Economics Ludwig Erhard September 20, 1949 CDU
Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture, and Forestry Wilhelm Niklas September 20, 1949 CSU
Federal Minister of Labour Anton Storch September 20, 1949 CDU
Federal Minister for Transport Hans-Christoph Seebohm September 20, 1949 German Party
Federal Minister for Post and Communications Hans Schuberth Since April 1, 1950 CSU
Federal Minister of Public Housing Hermann-Eberhard Wildermuth
He died on March 9, 1952
Fritz Neumayer
July 19, 1952 FDP
Federal Minister of Displaced Persons Hans Lukaschek September 20, 1949 CDU
Federal Minister of All-German Affairs Jakob Kaiser September 20, 1949 CDU
Federal Minister for Affairs of the Bundesrat of Germany Heinrich Hellwege September 20, 1949 German Party
Federal Minister for Matters of the Marshall Plan Franz Blücher September 20, 1949 FDP

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