|born on||4 February 1871 at 12:00 (= 12:00 noon )|
|Place||Heidelberg, Germany, 49n25, 8e43|
|Timezone||LMT m8e43 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||15°15' 02°01 Asc. 14°31'|
German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and the first President of Germany from 1919 until his death in office in 1925. He was genial, and a fluent speaker and writer.
Ebert was elected leader of the SPD on the death in 1913 of August Bebel. In 1914, shortly after he assumed leadership, the party became deeply divided over Ebert's support of war loans to finance the German war effort in World War I. A moderate social democrat, Ebert was in favour of the Burgfrieden, a political policy that sought to suppress squabbles over domestic issues among political parties during wartime in order to concentrate all forces in society on the successful conclusion of the war effort. He tried to isolate those in the party opposed to the war, but could not prevent a split.
Ebert was a pivotal figure in the German Revolution of 1918–19. When Germany became a republic at the end of World War I, he became its first chancellor by an overwhelming majority vote. His policies at that time were primarily aimed at restoring peace and order in Germany and containing the more extreme elements of the revolutionary left. In order to accomplish these goals, he allied himself with conservative and nationalistic political forces, in particular the leadership of the military under General Wilhelm Groener and the right wing Freikorps. With their help, Ebert's government crushed a number of socialist and communist uprisings as well as such from the right, including the Kapp Putsch. This has made him a controversial historical figure.
In May 1894, he married Louise Rump (1873–1955), a manual labourer, who had been employed as a housemaid and in labelling boxes and who was active in union work. They had five children.
Ebert experienced the traumatic loss of having two of his four sons killed in the war: Heinrich died in February 1917 in Macedonia, whereas Georg was killed in action in May 1917 in France.
He had an appendix operation on 24 February 1925, and died of peritonitis three days later on 27 February 1925, at 3:03 AM, in Berlin, Germany.
- associate relationship with Luther, Hans (born 10 March 1879). Notes: President/Chancellor
- associate relationship with Scheidemann, Philipp (born 26 July 1865). Notes: President/Chancellor
- associate relationship with Stresemann, Gustav (born 10 May 1878). Notes: President/Chancellor
- associate relationship with Wirth, Joseph (born 7 September 1879). Notes: President/Chancellor
- Death by Disease 27 February 1925 at 03:03 AM in Berlin (Peritonitis three days after surgery)
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Sy Scholfield quotes from various biographies including Friedrich Ebert by Walter Mühlhausen, Stiftung Reichspräsident-Friedrich-Ebert-Gedenkstätte (Kehrer, 1999), p. 16: "Friedrich Ebert wurde am Sonnabend, dem 4. Februar 1871, mittags um 12.00 Uhr - wie sein Vater dem Standesamt anzeigte - als siebtes Kind des Schneiders Karl Ebert und seiner Ehefrau Katharina geboren und entsprechend der Konfession des Vaters am 8. März katholisch getauft."
Translation: Friedrich Ebert was born on Saturday, 4 February 1871, at 12 noon - as his father reported to the registry office - as the seventh child of the tailor Karl Ebert and his wife Katharina and baptized Catholic according to the confession of his father on 8 March.
Bailey gives 11:54 AM in BJA 8/l924, rectified from Noon given in Astrol Blatter; same data in MA 10/21.
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Surgery (Appendix)
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (Louise Rump, 1894-1925)
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Five)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (President of the Republic)
- Notable : Extraordinary Talents : For Verbal skills (Fluent speaker)