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Bonn, University of

(472 words)

Author(s): Faulenbach, Heiner
[German Version] After the dissolution of the Universities of Duisburg, Cologne, Mainz, Münster, Paderborn and Trier and the occupation of the Rhineland by Prussia in the spring of 1815, a common ¶ university, oriented toward confessional parity, was founded in Bonn on Oct 18, 1818 for the western Prussian provinces of the Rhineland and Westphalia. In the summer semester of 1996, the University had eight faculties with a total of 35,537 student…

Oberheid, Heinrich Josef

(281 words)

Author(s): Faulenbach, Heiner
[German Version] (Feb 7, 1895, Mülheim on the Ruhr – Nov 17, 1977, Düsseldorf), studied theology and national economics, and gained a doctorate. Between 1920 and 1925 he was successfully employed in the Stinnes company, and became director. From 1933 he served as a pastor. From 1920 he adopted national popular views, and in 1928 joined the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP, National Socialism). He failed from 1926 in his own economic enterprises, but as an assault leader in the Sturmabteilung (SA) soon became one of the most important agitators for Deutsche Christ…

Deutsche Christen

(2,477 words)

Author(s): Faulenbach, Heiner
[German Version] I. Lines of Origin – II. Basic Ideological and Theological Beliefs – III. Ecclesiastical Opponents – IV. Political Opponents The Deutsche Christen (“German Christians”) were a National Socialist and church-political movement in German Protestantism. It was shaped by nationalist ideas that originated in the 19th century and had emerged from various historical beginnings. Organizationally,…

Oberheid

(202 words)

Author(s): Faulenbach, Heiner
[English Version] Oberheid, Heinrich Josef (7.2.1895 Mülheim an der Ruhr – 17.11.1977 Düsseldorf), Studium der Theol. und Nationalökonomie, Dr. phil., 1920–1925 Aufstieg im Stinnes-Konzern bis zum Direktor. Ab 1933 im Pfarramt, stieg der seit 1920 völkisch-national denkende, 1928 der NSDAP beigetretene (Nationalsozialismus), mit eigenen wirtschaftlichen Unternehmungen seit 1926 gescheiterte SA-Sturmführer rasch zu einem der wichtigsten Agitatoren dt.-christl. Kirchenpolitik zunächst im Rheinland au…