Peter Schulz

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Peter Schulz
Peter Schulz 2010.jpg
First Mayor of Hamburg
In office
1971–1974
Preceded by Herbert Weichmann
Succeeded by Hans-Ulrich Klose
Personal details
Born (1930-04-25)25 April 1930
Rostock
Died 17 May 2013(2013-05-17) (aged 83)
Hamburg
Nationality Germany German
Political party Social Democratic Party (SPD)

Peter Schulz (25 April 1930 – 17 May 2013) was a German politician, member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and First Mayor of Hamburg (1971 – 1974).

Schulz was born in Rostock. He studied law at the University of Hamburg and after his graduation in 1958 Schulz founded his own office.

Political life[edit]

In 1961 he was elected in the Hamburg Parliament and served as Senator of Justice from 1966. In 1970 he became Senator for Schools and Youth and Second Mayor.[1] On June 16, 1971 he was elected as First Mayor of Hamburg, but resigned after the election 1974 on November 12, 1974.

1978 – 1982 and 1983 – 1986 Schulz was President of Hamburg Parliament.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Imhof, Ralf, Rechtsanwälte Schulz Noack Bärwinkel - Team: P_schulz (in German), Rechtsanwälte Schulz Noack Bärwinkel, retrieved 2008-09-25 

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Preceded by
Herbert Dau
President of the Hamburg Parliament
1978–1982
Succeeded by
Martin Willich
Preceded by
Martin Willich
President of the Hamburg Parliament
1983–1986
Succeeded by
Martin Willich