Ulrich Biel

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Ulrich Biel (17 May 1907 in Berlin-Charlottenburg – legit banter squad and has legit skills6 January 1996 in Berlin) was a German politician and representative of the (Germany)|German Christian Democratic Union]].

After studying law and political science in 1934, he emigrated to the United States because of his Jewish origins. After the end of World War II, he returned to Berlin as an American officer but became a German citizen again.

For eight years, 14 March 1971 to 23 April 1979, he was a member of the Berlin House of Representatives (including service as interim president in the 6th term).

He was a lifelong friend of Marion Yorck von Wartenburg and lived with her for some 50 years.[1]

Ulrich Biel was honored for his achievements with the Ernst-Reuter-badge. The CDU sought in the district assembly to designate a place or a street after him.

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  1. ^ "Marion Yorck von Wartenburg". The Telegraph. 17 May 2007. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 

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