Hans-jochen vogel: a life for politics

The new Lord Mayor of Munich, Hans-Jochen Vogel (r), strengthens himself with a sip of beer from a mug while driving in an open carriage during the traditional costume parade to the Oktoberfest.

In 1960, at the age of 34, Hans-Jochen Vogel became mayor of Munich – and a few months later he was taken to the Oktoberfest in an open carriage during the traditional costume parade.

The CSU boss Franz Josef Strauss and Federal Minister of Justice Hans-Jochen Vogel drink a Mab at the opening of the Munich Oktoberfest. beer.

For 18 years, Vogel attended the Oktoberfest as Federal Minister of Justice: back to back with CSU leader Franz Josef Strauss.

The Munich Police President Manfred Schreiber and Federal Justice Minister Hans-Jochen Vogel stand at the scene of the bomb attack at the Munich Oktoberfest on September 26, 1980.

Two years later, the attack on Oktoberfest rocked the country. The Munich Police President Manfred Schreiber and Federal Justice Minister Hans-Jochen Vogel visited the scene of the bombing.

The SPD’s candidate for chancellor, Hans-Jochen Vogel, speaks at an election campaign event in Fulda on February 23, 1983.

In 1983, Hans-Jochen Vogel challenged Helmut Kohl as an SPD candidate for Chancellor – here at an election campaign appearance in Fulda – and failed.

Hans-Jochen Vogel, ex-Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and the SPD chairman Willy Brandt sit on May 21, 1984 in the Grugahalle in Essen at the SPD party conference.

Under Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, Vogel headed the justice department from 1974 to 1981. In 1984 Vogel von Schmidt took over the deputy chairmanship of the SPD.

Hans-Jochen Vogel died

Hans-Jochen Vogel during the 1984 budget debate in the German Bundestag. Vogel had a passion for details, for the small print, which he knew better than anyone, it said in a portrait on the politician’s 90th birthday.

The party chairmen Hans-Jochen Vogel (SPD) and Helmut Kohl (CDU) during the Bonn round on March 18, 1990 for the elections in the GDR.

The party chairmen Vogel (SPD) and Kohl (CDU) during the Bonn round of 1990 elections in the GDR. The East CDU had surprisingly been able to win the elections for the People’s Chamber of the GDR.

Political brothers with ambition: Hans-Jochen Vogel with his brother Bernhard (CDU, right) in front of the Biebrich Castle in Wiesbaden in 2009. The brothers were honored with the highest award in the state of Hesse, the Leuschner Medal.

The former SPD party and parliamentary group leader Hans-Jochen Vogel and his wife Liselotte will take part in his birthday reception on February 7th, 2011 at the SPD headquarters in Berlin.

In 2011, Hans-Jochen Vogel and his wife Liselotte attended his birthday reception at the SPD headquarters in Berlin. Until his death, the Parkinson’s sick bird lived next to his wife Liselotte in a senior citizens’ residence.

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