Ludwig Czech

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Ludwig Czech (February 14, 1870, Lviv - August 20, 1942 Thereseienstadt) was a German-speaking Jewish Czech member of the German Social Democratic Workers Party in the Czechoslovak Republic who actively participated in the Czechoslovak politics of the so-called First Republic. He was a Minister of Social Care (1929–1934). Minister of Public Affairs (1934–1935), Minister of Public Health and Physical Training (1935–1938).[1][2]


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