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Erwin Ammann

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Erwin Ammann (22 October 1916 – 27 December 2000) was a German politician and member of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria. Between 1946 and 1950 he was a member of the Landtag of Bavaria. Life Ammann was born in Würzburg. He studied at Nuremberg's school of technical engineering, specialising in telegraph construction and telecommunications. He was a youth leader for the Bündische Jugend (a German Scouting organization) and was arrested for political reasons. In 1935, he undertook the youth group's first trips abroad, firstly to Austria, and subsequently Italy in 1937. His career often suffered due to desire not to join the National Socialist Party because of which he terminated his contract at the Reichspost to complete his secondary school education at a private school. He consequently continued his studies at a state technical institute in Nuremberg. He was drafted into the Wehrmacht in 1941 and served as a soldier fighting in the war until 1945. After returning to ci
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