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Walter Becher

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Walter Becher (1 October 1912 – 25 August 2005) was a German Bohemian politician, representative of the All-German Bloc/League of Expellees and Deprived of Rights (GB/BHE), All German Party (Gesamtdeutsche Partei) (GDP) and the Christian Social Union of Bavaria. He was an associate of the pro-Nazi politician Konrad Henlein. Later, he became a writer for the Nazi newspaper "Die Zeit" published in Sudetenland. Early life Becher was born on 1 October 1912 in Karlsbad, Bohemia, Austro-Hungarian Empire. He came from a Karlsbad manufacturing family, which was established there by 1530. The family's most popular product was the "Karlsbader Becherbitter" (Karlsbad Bitters), which today is sold under the name "Becherovka" produced by Jan Becher. After leaving school Becher studied political science and then worked as a journalist. While a student, he joined the "Deutsche Gildenschaft" student association. In 1938, he became the arts, science, and entertainment editor for the news
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