Robert Mayr-Harting

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Robert Mayr-Harting

Robert von Mayr-Harting (September 13, 1874, in Aspern, now a part of Vienna - March 12, 1948, in Prague) was an Austrian-born Sudeten German politician.

The member of German Christian Social People's Party was one of few German-speaking politicians who participated in the Czechoslovak Government. He served as Minister of Justice from 12 October 1926 to 7 December 1929.[1] He was a member of the Senate of Czechoslovakia from 1920 to 1925 and of the Chamber of Deputies of Czechoslovakia from 1925 to 1938. On 29 March 1938 he joined the Sudeten German Party.