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Conrad Fink

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Conrad Warmund Christian Maria Fink (7 July 1900, Munich - 25 July 1981) was a German librarian and politician who represented the Bavaria Party and the Christian Social Union of Bavaria. He was district administrator for Pfarrkirchen and from 1949 to 1953 a Member of the Deutscher Bundestag. Life and work After attending elementary school and graduating from high school in Munich, Fink embarked on a degree in philosophy, religion, science, and the History of Art at the universities of Munich and Marburg and was subsequently awarded a Doctorate in Philosophy. Following his academic career Fink worked in a bookshop and a scientific library, rising to the position in the latter field of chief advisor. During the period of National Socialist rule Fink was placed under surveillance by the Gestapo between the years 1937 and 1945. Following the bombing of Germany by Allied forces, Fink relocated to Postmünster, a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn, Bavaria. Politi
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