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    Ernst Torgler

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  1. Ernst Torgler (25 April 1893 – 19 January 1963) was the last chairman of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) faction in the German Reichstag before he worked for the Nazis. Early life [ edit ] Torgler was born the son of an urban resident in Berlin .

  2. U.S. Army Sergeant Ernest R Torgler was presented the Medal of Honor for military valor during the U.S. Civil War. It is with sadness that we share the passing of Medal of Honor Recipient Ralph Puckett, Jr. on April 8, 2024.

  3. Ernst Torgler. Ernst Torgler was born in Berlin on 25th April 1893. His father worked as a labourer in the local gasworks. His mother was active in politics and was a friend of August Bebel and he grew up as a socialist. He left school at 14 and held a variety of different jobs before becoming an accountant.

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  5. At great hazard of his life he saved his commanding officer, then badly wounded, from capture.

  6. Ernst Torgler. Ernst Torgler (vor 1933) Gedenktafel, Liepnitzstraße 46, in Berlin-Karlshorst. Ernst Torgler (* 25. April 1893 in Berlin-Kreuzberg; † 19. Januar 1963 in Hannover) war ein deutscher Politiker ( SPD, USPD, KPD ), Reichstagsabgeordneter und Mitangeklagter im Reichstagsbrandprozess .

  7. Other articles where Ernst Torgler is discussed: Reichstag fire: …connection with the fire were Ernst Torgler, the chairman of the German Communist Party in the Reichstag, and three Bulgarian communists—Simon Popov, Vassili Tanev, and Georgi Dimitrov. Dimitrov in particular won international fame for his fearless and skilled defense against Nazi prosecutors. All four of the accused ...

  8. Police saw men leaving the building and fired on them. Van der Lubbe was seen. These pictures, the first ever made within the German Supreme Court, show the Reichstag case in progress. Heavily guarded, Vasil Konstantinov Tanev, Bulgarian Communist. Ernst Torgler, center, a leader of the German Communist party, another defendant.