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Wilhelm Buck

Wilhelm Buck (12 November 1869, Bautzen, Kingdom of Saxony – 2 December 1945, Radebeul) was a German politician and representative of the Social Democratic Party[1] and the splinter party, Old Social Democratic Party of Germany. From 5 May 1920 to 21 March 1923 he was minister-president of the Free State of Saxony.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Akten der Reichskanzlei. Weimarer Republik" Online "Buck, Wilhelm" (2.355:)""".  
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