Adam Stegerwald

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Adam Stegerwald

Adam Stegerwald (14 December 1874, Greußenheim, Lower Franconia  – 3 December 1945) was a German Catholic politician and a leader of the left wing of the Centre Party. He served as Prime Minister of Prussia in 1921, and later as a minister in the national governments of Hermann Müller and Heinrich Brüning. He also was Oberpräsident (administrative president) of the province of Brandenburg until 1933. He returned to his native region Lower Franconia and in 1945 he briefly served as Regierungspräsident until his death. In Würzburg he was one of the founders of the new party Christian Social Union.

Preceded by
Otto Braun
Prime Minister of Prussia
1921
Succeeded by
Otto Braun