|born on||7 September 1879 at 21:30 (= 9:30 PM )|
|Place||Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, 47n59, 7e51|
|Timezone||LMT m7e51 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||14°50' 04°18 Asc. 06°46'|
German politician and Chancellor of Germany, 1921-1922 (585 days)
In May 1921 the Allies present their bill of war reparations as an ultimatum and enforce sanctions on the Rhine. The Fehrenbach-Simons ministry rejected the Allied terms and resigned whereupon Wirth was called upon to form a new cabinet. The new ministry then accepted the Allied terms for 132 Billion marks plus proceeds of 25% duty on all German goods.
When the League of Nations announces the partition of Upper Silesia between Germany and Poland a wave of wild excitement moves over the country and the value in exchange for the mark goes down 25% to 750 to the pound. Wirth believed Poland must be destroyed. The Upper Silesian area was rich in industrialization and its partition away from Germany would further tax the nation's ability to pay the war reparations. Political tensions in Berlin became acute.
On 24 June 1922 Rathenau is assassinated by rightist extremists and Wirth becomes Foreign Minister again. He serves as Minister of the Interior 1930-1931.
Wirth died on 3 January 1956, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.
- associate relationship with Ebert, Friedrich (born 4 February 1871). Notes: President/Chancellor
- opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Adenauer, Konrad (born 5 January 1876). Notes: political opponent
- Work : Gain social status 1918 (appointed Minister of Finance)
- Work : Gain social status January 1919 (elected to the Constituent Assembly in Weimar)
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- Work : Gain social status 1921 (Chancellor of Germany)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (age 41, serves only 585 days)