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Alex Möller

Alex Möller
Möller in 1973
Federal Minister of Finance
In office
October 22, 1969 – May 13, 1971
Preceded by Franz Josef Strauß
Succeeded by Karl Schiller
Personal details
Born (1903-04-26)April 26, 1903
Hamburg, Germany

October 2, 1985(1985-10-02) (aged 82#REDIRECT

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Nationality German
Political party Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD)

Alexander Johann Heinrich Friedrich Möller, known as Alex Möller (April 26, 1903 - October 2, 1985) was a German politician (SPD).

Möller was born in Dortmund. He was a member of the Landtag of Baden-Württemberg from 1946 to October 5, 1961, when he was elected to the Bundestag. His successor was Walther Wäldele. Möller stayed in the Bundestag up to 1976.

From 1969 to 1971, Möller served as Federal Minister of Finance in the Cabinet of Willy Brandt.

Besides being active in the SPD, Möller was director general of and Chief Executive Officer of the Karlsruher Lebensversicherung AG. Hence, his nickname was Genosse Generaldirektor (roughly, Comrade general director), which he also used as a title of his memoirs (1978).

Möller is an honorary citizen of Karlsruhe, where he died.

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