Erich Akt

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Erich Akt (July 3, 1898 in Krotoschin – Unknown) was a German politician in the Nazi party during and before the years of World War II. From 1938 to 1945 he was a member of the Reichstag.

Life[edit]

After attending elementary school and secondary school, in 1914, Erich Akt participated in the First World War. Erich Akt served on the east and west front and was wounded twice. In addition, he was awarded the Iron Cross awarded both classes. After the war, Erich Akt earned his living as a laborer at the District Office Königsberg and as a banker in Berlin.

On November 1, 1929, Erich Akt became member of the NSDAP (membership number 160354). On January 1, 1930, he took over the duties of this section leader and in 1932 became a circular instructor. In 1933, the Town Council and voluntary act of the city council member in Berlin's Friedrichshain field. In 1934, he was appointed Gauausbildungsleiter, in 1935 and 1936 for salaried City Council Regional Inspector III of the district administration of Greater Berlin.

From April 1938 to the end of the Nazi regime in early 1945, Erich Akt was an MP for the constituency of 3 (Berlin East) in the Nazi Reichstag. In the SA, Akt was appointed on April 20, 1944 Oberführer. From 1941 to 1943 he rendered military service.

References[edit]

  • Joachim Lilla (Bearbeiter): Statisten in Uniform. Die Mitglieder des Reichstags 1933-1945. Düsseldorf 2004, ISBN 3-7700-5254-4.
  • Erich Stockhorst: 5000 Köpfe - Wer war was im Dritten Reich. Kiel 2000, ISBN 3-88741-116-1.

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